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Beginner Tutorial: How to Model a Low-Poly Character


jsabbott writes:

Welcome to the tenth tutorial of the 3D Low-Poly Game Modeling for Beginners series. In this tutorial we will be modeling a low-poly character.

The written tutorial can be found here.

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Jennifer Abbott

_____A bit about me_____ I am a CG artist and animator specializing in interactive media, game dev, and animation. I have had both formal university studies in art and design as well as informal self-paced studies through various self-learning programs. I became a designer, artist, and animator in order to not only pursue my passions but also to assist others in expressing themselves or their business/organization in a creative manner. I believe in creating great design that fits the context and needs of the client. I am also committed to providing educational instruction and resources to educators, parents, and students of all ages. I am currently working toward my certification from the Blender Foundation. **FOR HIRE**


  1. Not bad at all, easier though to use the "C" command when selecting faces, edges, ect., Left click+ minus or plus to expand or collapse the C circle :)

    • I tend to you the circle select a lot more now than when I made this video. I picked up bad/slow habits when I started using Blender and sometimes those habits are hard to break. :)

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