Real Tutorials Please
Being new to Sculptris I am desperately looking for tutorials. The problem is that I scour the internet for quality tutorials and have found only about 1 or 2 QUALITY tuts. By quality I mean:
The video is clear.
The sound is clear.
The "instructor" gets right to the point without wasting time.
The "instructor" does not dawdle i.e. "Ok, uhhh I will, uhhh show you something, uhhh maybe, after I talk about, uhhh I do not know what, and on and on like this for about 10 min. without really showing anything.
It is not yet another time lapse showing off someones work.
Please I beg the community to make REAL tuts that are easy and clear to follow and offer instructive and empowering information. It is mind numbing to look and look for tuts of any kind and find so little real information.
Sculptris is so simple. This software is more about knowledge of anatomy and design. Digital tutors has a collection that goes over pretty much everything.
Check out digital tutors. They have very professional tutorials for sculptris.
I hear what you are saying Knacki and I very much appreciate when people give freely with time and info. It is just when you need information and someone makes a 30 min video and there is maybe 2 min worth of info in there it is frustrating to say the least. I value my time and I consider other peoples' time as well. My standards are not so high, i just like quality things. I mean people spend tons of time making beautiful art, but they can not seem to put together a 5 min tutorial.
I would definitely make a tutorial if I felt I was qualified. That is why I am here asking for tuts!
There you go.
No talking just magic.
Just watch the original Vids .... they're long and boring, and were done in Alpha 5 not 6, But all the basic control are (can be) the same, and all the info you need is there .... Sculpting, Masking, Materials, Painting, Bumpmap painting and even Photoshop painting is covered. Also, Take a screen-cap of the Cheat-sheet, save it as a Jpeg and use it for a Background for a it while until you get used to the keyboard shortcuts. You can find it in the PDF in your install folder.