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Tutorials: Modeling a humanoid and more!

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foot.jpgspaghettimoon.co.uk has a collection of tutorials available for your learning pleasure. What lead us to the website were some tutorials we discovered that involved the creation of a character in Blender.

spaghettimoon.co.uk says this of the series:

This series of tutorials are aimed at anyone wanting to create efficient and versatile humanoid models. It is a step by step guide to the modelling of surprisingly: a character! All the tutorials are aimed to by as short as possible while being as informative as they can be.

We were also pleasantly surprised to find that there are quite a few other tutorials available on the website. Including some for wings3d. The videos seem to load from the web archive. Something I wasn't sure of at first. But they all loaded. Be patient as it can take awhile for them to download. A few of the videos are quite large and weigh in at 30+ megabytes. And make sure to right click and save as.

Find all the tutorials here.

9 Comments

  1. omg.. these tut's are quite many! Don't have time to look through them, now, lol,
    I guess, they're great

  2. I've watched all 15 modelling zombie bob videos. Johnny, thank you very much for all the effort you've put in to these extremely helpful tutorials. My criticism would be that your technique is a bit hap-hazard with lots of mistakes left in the final edit, and you seem to go the long way round with a lot of things. Although, I've never made a video tutorial, so what would I know ;)

  3. Is it possible to make a human model without a reference picture? Because i really wanted to learn how to do that. If anybody knew any tutorials or something that would help a lot. Thanks.

  4. Hey there,

    Never realized my videos have become so widespread!
    Thankyou for your kind words!

    Haha I guess alot were a little hap-hazard indeed! But the callousness of youth and all that!

    Jonny
    (spaghettimoon.co.uk)

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