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Gigantic

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"Gigantic" is a detailed modelling and sculpting tutorial series showing the whole process from start to finish of a sketched and sculpted character in realtime (3 hours) with commentary and tutorial tips. Also includes some powerful but little known features of Curvy 3D 4.

Here is a roadmap for the series - subscribe on youtube to get the new videos when they are released over the coming weeks, and I'll be adding the links here too.

A) DRAWING
1. Drawing a Man's Basemesh
2. Reshaping Man into Giant
3. Setup Camera and Pose
4. Model and Pose the Hand

B) SCULPTING
1. The Torso
2. The Basic Head
3. The Teeth
4. Horns, Hair, Ears
5. Arm & Costume
6. Posing the Sculpted Torso

C) PROPS
1. The Sword
2. Ornate Wristguard

D) BLENDER
1. Blender Import OBJ and Camera + Lighting
2. Blender Demon Skin Material
3. Blender Hair Styling

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Re: Gigantic

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Great tutorial for me to get back into Curvy with,
Is it possible to share your character sketches with us here :D

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Re: Gigantic

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Here are a couple of sketches:

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Re: Gigantic

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Thanks for that , been googling front and side sketches to :D

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Re: Gigantic

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I do use anatomy reference sketches of front and side views of similar characters, google is very helpful.

These are the character outlines I used in the tutorial:
https://www.curvy3d.com/images/c4/Tutorial.zip
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