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A Quick Concept
Detailing Hands and Feet
Order into Chaos
Mouth and Teeth
Arms, Feet, and Back
Fixing Errors and Wrapping Up
Baking and Displacing
Fixing Eyes and Sockets
Deformation and Weight Painting
Eyeblink Shape Keys
Custom Bone Shapes
Fixing the Jaw
Preparation and Skin Direction
Creating a Stencil Texture for Scales
Working with Stencil Textures
Detailing the Head
Mouth and Tongue
Fixing Seams Artifacts
Hands and Feet
Fine Details and Finalizing
Blocking Out the Body
First Detail Pass
Veins and Blood Vessels
Baking the Final Color Map
Turntable Light Setup
Sept. 24th, 2015
Rigged creature model, rigged creature from the first CF (converted to Cycles), and the turntable scene.
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@jose.antonio.molinero.reina: the issue has been fixed.
Hi Andy! There is a gap in the textures along the whole creature. See it here http://i.imgur.com/AUfyFHx.jpg
It looks that is easy to fix with the UV's. I've experienced the same once with a model of mine. I think it's because the Blender version.
@Forgotten Fantasies: thanks for reporting the error, I totally missed it. Today I even reported it as a bug, but it seems like it's a drawback of some other fixes that were made after 2.73: https://developer.blender.org/T48110
Anyways, I have fixed the file and replaced it, it should be better now!
@Andy Goralczyk: Thanks Andy! How did you fix it? I have the same issue with an old model.
@Forgotten Fantasies: nothing fancy, I just moved all the vertices along the seam inwards, that's all!
Thanks Andy..you know your stuff...When I watched the first toot,I was beginning to fall asleep,but by the 3rd one, i was hooked..Awesome!!
Thank you very much, very nice workflow.
This tutorial is just mandatory to follow!. I set myself to do it with no more delay! thanks a lot for showing every step like this ! I can do it and have my dragon too! :)