|TUTORIAL| Realistic Face Creation in Blender

5.0based on 3 ratings,1 review
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Files (27)
00_Introductionandreferences.m4v
m4v / 53 MB
01_1_SkullAnatomyAndProportions.m4v
m4v / 42 MB
01_2_FaceAnatomyAndFatLandmarks3.mp4
mp4 / 84 MB
02_Basesculpting.m4v
m4v / 210 MB
03_Retopology.m4v
m4v / 710 MB
04_Facefixing.m4v
m4v / 170 MB
05_Uving.m4v
m4v / 140 MB
06_Sculpting.mp4
mp4 / 340 MB
07_Detailing.m4v
m4v / 300 MB
08_Baking.m4v
m4v / 20 MB
09_Texturing.m4v
m4v / 230 MB
10_Hairparticlesystem- Introduction.m4v
m4v / 150 MB
11_MainGroom.m4v
m4v / 2 GB
12_FacialHairGroom.m4v
m4v / 1000 MB
13_Materialsetup.m4v
m4v / 110 MB
Character_LowPoly.mtl
mtl / 273 Bytes
Character_LowPoly.obj
obj / 2.7 MB
FaceHigh.mtl
mtl / 248 Bytes
FaceHigh.obj
obj / 830 MB
FaceWithHQDetails.blend
blend / 90 MB
FaceWithMultires.blend
blend / 28 MB
FinalComp.blend
blend / 31 MB
FixedBase.mtl
mtl / 319 Bytes
FixedBase.obj
obj / 870 KB
Links.txt
txt / 391 Bytes
Textures.zip
zip / 140 MB
Transcripts.zip
zip / 640 KB
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20| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | about 1 year ago
A brilliant combination of theory and practice working in tandem. Hetko (instructor) manages to squeeze every bit of potential from Blender, getting Z-Brush level results from a piece of free software. If you are tired of scouring for a definitive course on face creation, look no further. As someone who has spent countless hours on CG-Cookie, Udemy, Youtube, and a dozen paid tutorials on various sites; this is by *far* the best. The course starts off with basic anatomy, which while having the potential to be tedius and obtuse, proves one of the most useful parts of the course. Many CG artists -- myself included -- struggle to move away from stylized art styles that conflict with realistic workflows. Without spoiling anything, you get a handful of principles that guide you away from blocky extremities and (to quote Robin Williams) big anime eyes. Another big plus is the editing. The accompanying commentary is clear and concise, as opposed to a stream of unfunny jokes and stammers.
about 1 year ago
Thank you very much! I'm glad you liked the tutorial!

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