Join Ryan Kittleson for an in-depth discussion in this video What's next, part of Modeling a Character in 3ds Max.
You've reached the end of the character- modeling process in 3ds Max, but there…are so many great places to go from here.…lynda.com offers lots of great courses to help you get to the next level.…You can learn about shading the character with the textures and materials course…by Steve Nelle, or you could brush up on the basics of animation within his…Essential Training course.…There are also lots of great communities online where people are helping each…other with the finer points of modeling, such as cgsociety.org.…Cgsociety is a great place where artists get together and create artwork and…share it with each other.…
They also share tips on how to make their work better.…Here you will also find news and events within the computer animation industry.…Thanks for watching this course.…I hope you gained some insights into character modeling that will benefit…you for years to come.…
- Extruding edges and faces
- Working symmetrically
- Setting up the image planes
- Creating the basic facial structure and features
- Modeling and fleshing out the body
- Creating the hair with extruded NURBS curves
- Modeling clothes
- Putting on finishing touches
- Understanding UVW maps and seams
- Dealing with UVW maps across multiple objects
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Overview of Character Modeling Tools and Skills
2. Modeling the Head
3. Modeling the Body
4. Modeling the Hair
5. Modeling the Clothes
6. Finishing the Model
7. UV Mapping
Refining the UVW layout7m 1s
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