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3D-Coat From Scratch: A Few Quick Ones

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It takes me forever to make these things.  I'm sorry for those of you who have requested more videos.

 

But now . . . All new, All short, All encompassing - All Version 4 ! ! !

 

 

These videos cover things that I am interested in.  I don't, necessarily, use all the new tools and functions.  I use the tools and methods that help me to do things the fastest and most efficient ways I can.  So, let's get started with this:

 

1)  The Foundations of The Face

2)  Plain As The Nose On Your Face

 

 

 

 

 

Greg Smith

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Really clear and useful Greg.  Overall process was good to see, especially how effective the move tool is for this type of work.  Other things I learned were caps lock to hide the brush alpha and using the color picker to show a reference photo. 

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Well done, Greg! Pix was right about info new to me as well. Thanks and I am anxious to see what's next.

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First real go at 3DC as a sculpting app, a bit too much smoothing but I am ok with the result thus far.  Thanks for the tutorial, looking forward to the next one.

 

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Be sure to check out the 2nd installment of "The Foundations of the Face" - with the link in the first post of this thread.

 

 

Greg Smith

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