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I'm ok with taking long payed courses. but I don't know where to look, I cant find any good ones on udemy All very basic beginner courses I did take one from Darrin Lile but that just taught me texturing and Importing with good scaling.
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>>580768
Image slightly related but not made by me
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Courses for what?
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digital tutors for 3ds/maya
cgcookie for blender
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>>580770
Blender, Modeling for game assets
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The good, up-to-date stuff is on Gumroad. Which is a shame, because Gumroad doesn't "want to be a marketplace" which means they made their search function terrible *on purpose*. ...Yeah.

I myself see some cool stuff on Gumroad from time to time. But I've got no fucking idea how you're supposed to *find* it, other than through basically word of mouth.

If you're looking for some funky but interesting stuff, look up David Lesperance. He makes heavy use of 3Dcoat and his texturing feels very rushed, but he has lengthy tutorials that cover environment for games (as well as some other stuff).
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>>580772
CG Cookie is what you need. Fantastic site.
https://cgcookie.com/course/modeling-video-game-assets-in-blender
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>>580780
Seconding cgcookie. It got me to learn what I needed and helped me make the push into taking modeling more seriously.
Great community too. Check out their forums, say hello and see if it's for you.
Decided I wanted to do character sculpting only and switched over to zbrush with encouragement from all the great people there.
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>>580780
>>580821
>>580771
alright seems great. thanks
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>>580768
If even thats your picture:
1.Floating geometry is a thing for video games you know.
2.Also a lot of the stupid details you have can be done with displacement maps.
3.you still have to learn basics
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>>580857
i guess reading really is hard when you're this autistic >>580769
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>>580857
>Stupid details
tell me how not using small details in models works out for you.
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>>580933
>spoonfeed me
Thts not how it works buddy
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Any good tutorials for Zbrush? I just bought it and have no idea how to do anything.
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>>580998
Get a 3 month free sub on Pluralsight (dot.com), they have tutorials for basically anything 3D related, a lof of them, for Zbrush and Mudbox too.
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>>580768
If Maya, Gnomon DVDs (pirate them at first) is as good as it gets.
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>>580771
Tbh, digital tutors (now pluralsight eh) is quite shit. They don't have anything good for anything that's slightly above beginners level in: rigging, sim in maya, vray, comp, even animation. Haven't looked up modeling and sculpting there

All the shit there you can learn more efficiently by yourself. If you're looking for "long & paid" consider gnomon or something like that.

Or, get yourself uo to an intermediate level, then buy a DT subscription for 1-2 months. Try Lynda, too - they're also cheaper.

Or pirate, but it might be hard figuring out what exactly to torrent, but most DT and Lynda stuff is piratable if you look
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>>580998
Also check out Ask zBrush (in Pixologic's official channel) on jewtube, great resource. Their online documentation is good too.
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>>580768
>Completely flat walls
>Polygonal roof tiling
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>OP make a post about software
>20 niggers come up and critique the fucking thumbnail image

really makes your noggin joggin
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was all f* experts
fresh mood
saw entered hallway had to wait an hour
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>>580780
>>580821
Sounds like this cgcookie is a smaller udemy, or am I wrong?
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>>581051
Lynda is mostly trash, too.
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>>581194
its centered around art. if you subscribe you get 3d,painting,sculpture, and game dev. its like a cool thing to have if you want to expand your skills in different directions
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>>580773
Interesting, can you link to some of your findings?
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>>580773
Yeah didn't Gumroad not even have a search feature to begin with? The shit cunts. I didn't like David's stuff that much when I started, it felt very light on detail and he just listened to music most of the time. Maybe it'd be different now that I know what I'm doing, but I think once you know how to make what you want to make (ie you can model and texure well enough), there's no real purpose for tutorials for it and they end up working against you.




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