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Owl Girl - Sculpting Texturing and Blender EEVEE Timelapse


YanSculpts writes:

A time-lapse of Owl Girl, a character I made in Blender from sculpting to final render. Also did some EEVEE fun testing, enjoy :)


  1. I think timelapse include a slowlapse in some critical section to show the view the essential techniques and the rest of the timelapse should not be necessary. What that means is that if the tutorial is really good, it should be no more shorter or longer than necessary. Instead of watching timelapse, the tutorial should include the technique that really teach me to do stuff in slow motion.

    • I don't disagree with you, a video is best when it shows what is important. The thing is, you might be looking at the time lapse in a wrong way. I did cut of many unimportant parts but the idea of a time-lapse is to see an artist's process as there is a lot to learn from it, in a sped up format. If you are slowing down the time-lapse then maybe you need a different type of video at your current level, something close to either a time-lapse with commentary or a step by step video. My channel has all of these kinds of videos, you just need to find the one that corresponds to your level and what you want to learn :)

  2. I think that with some critical thinking on your own capabilities you might be able to pinpoint the parts you might want to slowdown and learn from ( using youtube player velocity parameter, or downloading the video to slow it even more with VLC ). :/
    For instance, i skimmed throught it a first time to grasp the process, then decided to focus on specific parts.
    For the rest i agree with Yanak Sosak, a timelapse is not to be taken as a tutorial at first, but more as an overall look on the artist's work methods. :)

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