Check out this cool timelapse of modeling Juggernaut in 3D. It takes you from basic modeling to sculpting all the way to retopology. MmAaXx the person who created this doesn’t take any shortcuts. Everything is modeled and careful to make most of the topology really good.
The model design itself is very good. Very realistic yet has that almost photoshopped look. It’s a really good take on Marvel’s Juggernaut. If you’re just a beginning modeler or just like to see what goes in the making of a character, watch the video below. Make to grab something eat a play some music as the video is over 1 hour long.
Here’s a really cool plugin that you can use with Cinema 4D. Created by Robert Leger, this plugin lets you take any object, then turn them into cubes or for a better term, “the pixel effect”. Robert got the idea from that video called “PIXELS“. Check out his tutorial on his website at www.robertleger.net.
Johnathan Williamson has another Blender tutorial for those who want to learn to model a car. His process is poly modeling not nurbs (Blender sucks with). Take a look and use it for your own projects. There are a couple of parts and it’s still going. So don’t forget to keep check www.blendercookie.com for more tutorials and updates to the tutorial.
Check out Johnathan Williamson‘s tutorial on using alpha maps to create textures during sculpt mode in Blender 2.5. Though Blender is no Z-Brush, it is still capable of doing some really awesome stuff. Follow Johnathan’s easy to follow tutorial. Even if you’re new to Blender, you won’t get lost in this one. Don’t forget to check out the other videos that show more about the Blender 2.5 at www.blendercookie.com .
If you’re just starting of with 3D or just want to tackle a different software than you are use to, then hop on over to Blendercookie.com. They have some of most thorough tutorials for both beginners and pros. The artists that does the tutorials are professional with a great handle of Blender. Check it out HERE.