• mech robot creation

    Mech Robot Tutorial in Blender, Autodesk Maya, Photoshop

    Mechanical robot tutorial is given here using the different 3D modeling Software. Mech Robot Tutorial in Photoshop In this tutorial, you will learn how to texture a mechanical robot. This will give your robot a more realistic appearance. Mech Robot Tutorial in 3D Mech robot creation in Blender I started by creating a basic robot mesh in Blender. I then added a subsurf modifier to give it a bit more detail. I then added a UV map to the mesh. I then created a new texture in GIMP. I then added the texture to the mesh. I then added a displacement modifier to the mesh, and adjusted the settings to…

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    Unwrapping The Power of 3D in Maya, Blender, 3Ds Max

    An unwrapping tool is a piece of software or a manual process used to flatten a 3D object into a 2D image. This is usually done so that textures can be applied to the object’s surface. There are a number of different software tools that can be used for unwrapping, including Autodesk’s Maya and 3DS Max, as well as Pixologic’s ZBrush. In addition, there are a number of free or open source tools that can be used, such as UVLayout and GIMP. Uunwrapping in Maya There are a few ways to unwrap a mesh in Maya. One is to use the Unwrap UVW tool, which is found in the Polygons…

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    3D Texturing

    Textures are images that are wrapped around 3D models to create a more realistic look. There are many different types of textures, including diffuse, normal, specular, and displacement. Diffuse textures are used to create the overall color and appearance of a object. They are usually maps that contain a variety of colors, and are applied to the object’s surface. Normal textures are used to create the bumps and creases on a object’s surface. They are usually maps that contain a variety of normals, and are applied to the object’s surface. Specular textures are used to create the shine and reflections on a object’s surface. They are usually maps that contain…

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    3D Textured Metal Cube in Cubebrush

    Cubebrush is a brush for painting textures on 3D models. To use, create a new 3D model and select the Cubebrush from the brush selector. Then, select a texture from the texture selector and start painting! The Cubebrush is a brush that lets you paint textures onto 3D models. Get Cubebrush free Cubebrush Tutorial This is a tutorial on how to create a realistic metal texture in Substance Designer. You should now have a white cube. FAQ What is Cubebrush? Cubebrush is a marketplace for digital artists, with a focus on 3D assets and textures. What is this tutorial about? In this tutorial, we will be creating a 3D textured…

  • AK47 Gun Texturing Tutorial

    Texturing is the process of creating texture on a computer generated virtual object. It is a discrete process which is typically achieved by adding surface detail to the 3D model. The goal of texturing is to create a realistic surface that is visually appealing and readable. The goal of texturing is to create a realistic surface that is visually appealing and readable. AK47 Gun Texturing Using Photoshop In this tutorial, we will be texturing an AK47. We will be using Photoshop to texture the gun. Open up Photoshop and create a new document. Select the “Rectangle Tool” and create a rectangle that is the size of your gun. Fill the…

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    3D Export Review – Buy Sell 3D Models

    3DExport is a marketplace where you can buy and sell 3D models, 3d print models and textures for using in CG projects. Their 3D Models marketplace was launched in February 2004, and now they are one of the world’s largest providers of high quality 3D content. Which Items you can buy or sell on 3D Export? 3D Models Three-dimensional (3D) models represent a physical body using a collection of points in 3D space, connected by various geometric entities such as triangles, lines, curved surfaces, etc. Some of the 3D Models are as following which you can buy easily from 3D export. Tesla Car 3D Model Chair 3D Model How to…

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    Game Character Texturing Tutorial

    The process of creating 2D images for use with 3D models is referred to as texturing. Textures, sometimes known as “maps,” operate with Shaders and Materials in a 3D engine or 3D software to create the coloured output of a 3D object. Textures can be created using a variety of methods and tools, including hand painting in a 2d programme like Photoshop, photo manipulation, 3d scanning with a photogrammetry tool, painting in 3D directly on models, procedural creation in a node-based material editor, baking image data from one model to another, etc. Various texture types, such as a Normal map or a Specular colour map, are frequently made and utilised…

  • girl and dog creation in zbrush

    Girl and Dog Creation in Zbrush

    In this tutorial, the creation of girl and dog starting with the concept, sculpting in ZBrush, modeling with Blender, retopology and UVs in Maya, and using Substance Painter to apply the textures. The lighting and the render was made in Blender, and finally post-production with Photoshop. First of all select the concept. Select the image as reference. Blockout & Camera First in Blender, move the camera and set up the concept as a background image, adjust the resolution if necessary and then with basic shapes (using mainly primitives) start the block out. This part is very important because you need to organize volumes and place the objects in order to…

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    Fundamental Anatomy for Sculptors

    A successful figurative sculptor is the one who have a fundamental knowledge of anatomy for sculptors. Anatomy refers to the skeleton, muscles, and skin and fat. These are collectively known as surface anatomy. There are entire topics written on this subject, so a comprehensive discourse is beyond the scope of this topic.

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    All 3d Software Comparison

    Today I compare some most popular software. In this article, You will find 3ds Max vs Maya, Maya vs Cinema 4d, Maya vs Blender, Blender vs Cinema 4d, and ZBrush vs Blender comparison. Let’s dive right in. 3DS Max vs Maya Difference3ds max vs mayaIn this chapter, I share 3DS Max vs Maya differences. Both software is industry standard, very popular and higher job opportunities. Let’s compare. 1. User Interface UI means user interfaces play a major role in faster works. 3DS Max UI is really simple whereas Maya UI is a little confusing for beginners. After using Maya, you will realize that Maya UI is better. You can also…

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    Low Poly vs High Poly modeling: Which one you should Use

    The main difference between low and high polygon modeling depends on the detail and poly level of model. However there are other things to take into consideration when deciding the low poly or high poly to use before you start modeling. Texture Textures you use in your materials while making a model also decides the use of low poly or high poly. While making a low poly model is the texture you use, such as normal maps, but just as importantly the diffuse maps you use to add colour to your finished mesh. The size and number of images you’re using in your texture maps just add more resources that…

  • Motorcycle Modeling in Maya

    Motorcycle modeling in Maya is a challenge. It becomes easy if we use more  programs along with Maya. If we use Maya and NURBS and quads, in ZBrush with Fusion 360. 1. References The step towards motorcycle modeling in Maya is to have and collect the parts, components of motorcycle and all the  possible references. After that, the next part is to divide motorcycle modeling into sections and start the bike modeling. 2. Hard Surface Modeling Before starting modeling with topology, we must understand this simple concept, of maintaining quads in an orderly way so that when we apply a subdivision to the model it maintains a beautiful curve. The…

  • Introduction to Substance Painter

    If you want to work faster in Substance Painter then you need to remember some shortcuts.The substance has already shared a detailed shortcut key on his website. It’s hard to remember all the shortcut keys, so you can remember the essential shortcut that you mostly used. You can also edit some shortcut keys. If you accidentally edit a shortcut or wanna reset the shortcut just right-click on it. Check out Shortcut Keys

  • Introduction to Blender

    Blender is a free and open-source 3d modeling software for beginners. It’s great software for hobbyists. Blender is now an industry-standard 3d software because many startups, small studios use Blender as the main 3d software. Blender has great 3d modeling and sculpting tools but It’s mostly used for 3d modeling purposes. It also has great motion graphic features but they are limited compared to Cinema4d. If you are looking for free 3d modeling software for commercial and personal use then Blender is for you. Here is a complee comparision of Blender and Cinema 4D. Features:- Huge list of modifiers Seamless sculpting Story art and drawing

  • Flipped Normals – Introduction to Substance Painter [Review]

    Today I review one of the most popular Flipped Normals Introduction to Substance Painter courses. Should you buy Flipped Normals – Introduction to Substance Painter course or not? It is worth it or not. Who is Your Insturctor Your Instructor is a senior texture artist and he is worked on many popular Hollywood movies such as Batman vs Superman, Pacific Rim, Uprising, Venom name of a few. Course Introduction This is a great course to learn Substance Painter for beginners. For this course, you need Autodesk Maya and Substance Painter. In this course, you will learn various things such as PBR workflow, hard surface texturing, etc. This course is divided into two sections: Introduction and Painting the fan.…