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In this demo we will cover an Introduction to 3d Coat, a voxel/Poly based sculpting program. We will create several art assets including rocks, full 3d tiling textures, full 3d Mechanical tiling assets, as well as a full overview of a creating a classic archway. We will explore 3d coats voxel based workflow, retopology tools, poly sculpting tools and uv tools. A full walk through of creating several high rez assets will allow you to quickly get up to speed with this amazing tool. The class is for beginners to advanced users. Its is focused on people who have little or no knowledge of 3d coat or users looking to learn new sculpting techniques and pick up a few new workflows. It also includes a several reference sculpts, cliffs, trees and and additional rock for reference or use for your work
Hello all, Just a few lines to introduce myself. I'm Dougie. My background is graphic design - mainly print and video branding work. I've worked in the design industry for 20+ years but have recently (within the last year) taken some time out to look after our young kids - my wife wanted to go back to work. I've always been interested in 3d stuff but never really did anything about it until about 3 years ago. I started with Sketch-up, then moved onto Cheetah 3D (I use a Mac) and then finally took the plunge and moved to Cinema 4D. I didn't get much chance to develop my skills when working as I was running a small design agency and most of my time was taken up with running the business, however, as I now have child-care help for a couple of days a week I'm taking the opportunity to delve a lot deeper into the 3D world. I know my way around Cinema 4D reasonably well, but, when it comes to modelling, I think my brain is more geared towards Voxel modelling rather than box/spline/polygon modelling. I've been playing with 3D Coat and absolutely love it. I currently run the Educational version on a Mac but my goal is to become proficient enough to use it for paid work and therefore justify the cost of the professional version. I fully expect to ask some dumb questions but you all seem like a friendly and knowledgeable bunch. Going forward hope to be able to make a positive contribution to this community. Cheers Dougie
Hello, all. I posted a link in the forums a couple of weeks ago about training that I put together for new and advanced artists going into 3D Coat for the first time. I'm currently providing a %50 off sale on this training (normally $29) until the end of Wednesday, Nov 13, 2013 for the first 8 people to sign up! That's only $15 for 4 hours of instruction, introducing 3D Coat's main functions, internal workflow, some external actions, and customization! Don't miss out! https://www.udemy.com/introduction-to-3d-coat/?couponCode=U3D002
Greetings everyone! I've been active on this forum since I learned about 3D Coat and have learned tons from various sources, mostly being the kind folks here. Since then, I've also created a few free tutorials and tried to answer many questions for new users. One of the things I ran into both from my own perspective and from some users here is that organized and inexpensive training is very welcome. Therefore, I just published an Introduction to 3D Coat on Udemy.com or https://www.udemy.com/introduction-to-3d-coat. I know there is lots of free training out there, and I'm very appreciative of that. Yet, I feel that an organized flow of instruction really helps me learn better. This course contains 22 lectures and approximately 4 hours of instruction. As a bonus, you'll receive custom themes created by me for use in 3D Coat. What are the requirements? Just an internet connection. No materials or software are required, but following along with at least a trial version of 3D Coat will help. What am I going to get from this course? 22 lectures and 4 hours of content! By the end of this course, you will have learned the user interface, understand 3D Coat's terminology, including what voxels are, and be able to move between the major functions of the program. What is the target audience? This course is intended for new to advanced users wishing to get familiar with 3D Coat for the first time. Normally, this course will go for the already low price of $29, but I'm giving away coupons for the first 6 people who want to purchase the course. Use coupon code U3D001, or simply click this link for a coupon worth 15% off until midnight 1 November 2013! That's just 3 days away. Be sure to visit UDEMY.COM or https://www.udemy.com/introduction-to-3d-coat and take a look!