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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

I am a creative who helps others bring their creative ideas to life through design, art, and education. |---A bit about me---| I am a 2D/3D graphic artist and animator specializing in graphics and animations for art and design projects and games. 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 creative 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.


  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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