Realistic Head Modeling
Hi all,and welcome to my tutorial
first i wonna to say that this is a very detailed tutorial about modeling a head using phoreferences.
i produced 6 videos for this tutorial,the first one is about how to use Zspheres to model a very simple mesh,the second and third videos are about how to model a base head mesh
and in the rest videos i will show u how to use photoreferences to model a realistic head in Zbrush..
here is the link to the tutorial:
(if the link will not open ,just copy the link and past it to your browser)
and if somebody wonna to save the videos he can use these links
Modeling a Black Guy part 1
Modeling a Black Guy part 2
Modeling a Black Guy part 3
Modeling a Black Guy part 4
Modeling a Black Guy part 5
Modeling a Black Guy part 6
Last edited by sxnero; 03-20-07 at 05:07 PM.
Tutorial gives this error
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i have solved the problem,
Last edited by sxnero; 03-20-07 at 05:08 PM.
I Cant See Part 001, Please Repost..
This was a GREAT head tutorial in my opinion. It shows very good use of edge loops and polygroups and if you, like me, tend to get stuck after a while, working on heads, this tutorial is for you.
It's complete and shows great ways to work with "problem areas" like the eyes, nose, mouth and ears. Allthough the tutorial might be a bit "jumpy" sometimes it doesn't really matter. I liked it alot!
I thought all the positive feedback was "thanx enough" but here we go:
Originally Posted by sxnero
Thanks alot sxnero
Thank you very much for your head tutorial. I like it much
Best I've seen
Not sure what happened to the text in my earlier post, but there was some, I promise! At that point I had only watched #1 and was in the process of downloading the others. Since then, I have watched 1-4 and am very impressed. Not only do you work at a speed where I can keep up with what you are doing, but you also seem to take the simplest approach to each step. This is probably the most I have learned about modeling a head from watching a tutorial.
I appreciate your contribution. I wish your files could be hosted somewhere in which they can be more easily downloaded, since one must wait a specific amount of time between downloads on your current host. But the wait is definitely worth it, so anyone reading this should go ahead and download the movies and watch them.
Is it still possible to get these files?
This looks like it would be a cool tute series to check out, but I am unable to download those files - I'm assuming that they are gone now because it has been so long. Are these files available elsewhere? I would love to get my hands on them. Thank you very much in advance - I really appreciate it!
ChillWill....the files are still available. I downloaded them just today, and they are worth watching. When you get to the site in the links, look at the table shown with the various choices. Choose the one that says "free". You will get a sort of countdown timer that starts at .8 and eventually gets to zero and will then link you to the download mirror sites. I had the best luck with one that had "global" in the name (can't remember exactly what the name was). You are then required to type in a code that shows up to prevent automatic downloaders from accessing the site. Anyway, you will have to wait about 15 minutes before you can try another file. As I said though, it's worth the effort.
Ok - cool - got it. I'm a knucklehead. I have never used Rapidshare before I was too dense to realize that there was a link at the bottom of the page - DOH. Thank you for setting me straight. Downloading and checking them out...
Later - Mike
Rapidshare is giving me trouble, iam not a novice. So if someone has already downloaded can you make this great tutorial as a direct download.