3D World [UK] (October 2015)

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3D global is released for these operating within the 3D undefined, together with CG artists in animation, games, representation, structure, and extra. incorporated within the journal are positive factors on whatever from career-related issues to new applied sciences within the box, useful tutorials on 3D-related abilities, and information tales relating to the industry.

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3 SeTTINg THe lAYOUT 4 PlAN YOUr lIgHTINg 5 CreATe YOUr UVS 6 CreATe reNDer PASSeS (1) ExpErt tip Reference library Taking your own reference photos is great. So do so whenever you can – building your own texture and a matte painting library is a good idea! look through your render camera. It might take a few tries to find the preferred angle but once you have found the best composition you can lock the position of the camera to ensure it doesn’t move. At this stage you can still tweak the position of your assets and when you think it’s done, it’s good to lock the layout as well.

I start by sculpting the character in a regular T-pose. The anatomy is a really important part of the model overall, so I start sculpting using Symmetry until I am happy with the proportions. I use the ‘mask and transpose’ method in ZBrush to get her in the perfect position. You just mask the area you need to move and then shift it into position with the Transpose tools. This means you don’t need to rig the character to pose it. I use the Boolean function in ZBrush a lot which helps me speed things up further.

As soon as you get a bit of stretching [Ctrl]+drag anywhere on the document and your model will re-mesh with even topology. Once I’ve got the major forms, I use the ClayBuildup brush to build up volume and the Smooth brush to get rid of any irregularities in the mesh. I use ZRemesher to automatically retopologise my model and I’m ready to get into details. Subdivide the model and use the Dam Standard brush to cut in areas like the nasal labial fold and Avoid a flat look Eyes are always tricky to create in any sculpt so it helps to insert a couple of spheres into the mesh early on.

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