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3D Coat Bundle-7 Training Videos-by Adam Gibson
3D Coat Bundle-7 Training Videos-by Adam Gibson
This 3D Coat Video Bundle includes the following 7 Video Titles: 3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users- Painting Color, 3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users- Normal & Displacement Maps, 3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users-Voxel Sculpting: Project Dragon, 3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users-UV Mapping, 3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users-Retopology II-Project Suchomimus, 3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users-Retopology I, 3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users-Auto Retopology
Price: $80.00
3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users-Painting Color
3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users-Painting Color
In this final video on detailing the Suchomimus Dinosaur 3D Coat/Lightwave Instructor Adam Gibson shows how to paint color on the creature to add the final details that will all be merged into Lightwave's Layout for Rendering. Painting Colors on a 3D object is extremely fun and also an art form that can constantly be developed. Let Adam show you some beginning techniques to get you started on detailing your own 3D Models. Table of Contents for Painting Color Chapter 1- Intro Chapter 2- Setting up Object and Using Layers Chapter 3- Creating the Color Base Coat for the Mouth and Tongue Chapter 4- Creating the Color Base Coat for the Body Chapter 5- Creating the Color Base Coat for the Head Chapter 6- Creating the Color Base Coat for the Spine Stripe Chapter 7- Creating the Color Base Coat for the Finger Skin Rings Chapter 8- Creating the Color Base Coat for the Toe Skin Rings Chapter 9- Creating the Color Base Coat for the Feet Chapter 10- Creating the Color Base Coat for the Finger Nails Chapter 11- Creating the Color Base Coat for the Toe Nails Chapter 12- Creating the Color Base Coat for the Inner Toe Claws Chapter 13- Creating Tiger Style Stripes Chapter 14- Creating Large Spots on the Body Chapter 15- Creating Large Spots on the Head Chapter 16- Blending the Scales on the Body Chapter 17- Blending the Scales on the Tail Chapter 18- Blending the Scales on the Neck and Head Chapter 19- Hand and Arm Detailing Chapter 20- Feet Detailing Chapter 21- Inner Mouth Detailing Chapter 22- Top of Head Detailing Chapter 23- Side of Head and Jaw Detailing Chapter 24- Exporting Lightwave Object, Color, Specular, Normal, and Displacement from 3DC Chapter 25- Importing the Model into Lightwave's Layout with all the Detailed Image Maps Chapter 26- Re-adding the Teeth and Eyes and applying Final Test Rendering in Lightwave Level: Beginner Running Time: 7 hrs 2 mins. Screen Resolution: 1440 x 900 pixels Video Format: Quicktime Video
Price: $19.00
3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users- Normal & Displacement Maps
3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users- Normal & Displacement Maps
In this video tutorial 3D Instructor Adam Gibson demonstrates how to detail a Suchomimus dinosaur using 3D Coat's Normal and Displacement Mapping tools. Learn how to take plain and low-detailed models and spice them up by adding muscle, bone, tendon, skin folds, bumps and scales to their surface. Then the video finishes off by showing the secrets of taking the normal and displacement maps created in 3D Coat and exporting them out for use in Lightwave 3D. Although setting up Normal Maps in Lightwave is relatively easy, Displacement Maps can be slightly challenging. Displacement Map set-up using the Node Editor is shown in great detail. Table of Contents for Normal and Displacement Maps Chapter 1- Intro Chapter 2- Saving Out the Body Layer of the Mesh Chapter 3- Import Body Layer into 3D Coat Chapter 4- UV's and Displacements Chapter 5- Detailing Leg Muscles Chapter 6- Detailing the Feet Chapter 7- Arm Detailing Chapter 8- Detailing the Hands Chapter 9- Creating Skin Rings Chapter 10- Creating the Rib Cage Chapter 11- Creating Spine Bones Chapter 12- Detailing the Top and Side of the Head Chapter 13- Throat and Lower Jaw Detailing Chapter 14- Detailing the Tail Chapter 15- Increasing the Texture Mesh Resolution Chapter 16- Adding a New Displacement Layer Chapter 17- Adding Scales Part 1 Chapter 18- Adding Scales Part 2 Chapter 19- Adding Scales Part 3 Chapter 20- Adding Scales Part 4 Chapter 21- Adding Scales Part 5 Chapter 22- Adding Scales Part 6 Chapter 23- Adding Scales Part 7 Chapter 24- Exporting Normal and Displacement Maps Chapter 25- Normal and Displacement Maps Preview in Photoshop Chapter 26- Normal Map Set Up in Lightwave 3D Chapter 27- Displacement Map Set Up in Lightwave 3D Chapter 28- How to Import and Export Nodes in Lightwave 3D Chapter 29- Final Running Time: 5 hrs. 48 mins. Screen Resolution: 1440 x 900 pixels Format: Quicktime Video
Price: $19.00
3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users-Voxel Sculpting: Project Dragon
3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users-Voxel Sculpting: Project Dragon
In this videos series we show 3D students how to use 3D Coat and Lightwave 3D together as an easy and functional workflow and pipeline in your 3D projects. Although this video series uses Lightwave 3D as the final output for your 3D Coat work, the concepts and principles used here will work with all the most popular 3D programs like 3D Max, Maya, Softimage, Modo, Cinema 4D and many others. Table of Contents for Voxel Sculpting Chapter 1- Intro Chapter 2- Converting Polygonal Mesh into Voxels Part One Chapter 3- Converting Polygonal Mesh into Voxels Part Two Chapter 4- Renaming Voxel Layers and Shaders Chapter 5- Finger Detailing Chapter 6- Hand Detailing Chapter 7- Forearm and Bicep Detailing Chapter 8- Creating Leg Muscles Chapter 9- Knee and Shin Detailing Chapter 10- Feet Detailing Chapter 11- Creating Spine Bones and Rib Cage Chapter 12- Elongating the Neck with the Pose Tool Chapter 13- Transform Tool Chapter 14- Neck Detailing Chapter 15- Head Detailing Chapter 16- Creating Finned-Styled Ears Chapter 17- Creating the Head Crest and Horns Chapter 18- Creating the Wings Chapter 19- Wing Detailing Chapter 20- Extending the Wing to the Body Layer Chapter 21- Posing the Wing Chapter 22- Adding Veins and Bumps to the Wings Chapter 23- Mirroring the Wing Chapter 24- Adding Scales to the Body Part One Chapter 25- Adding Scales to the Body Part Chapter 26- Adding Scales to the Body Part Chapter 27- Adding Scales to the Body Part Chapter 28- Adding Scales to the Body Part Chapter 29- Adding Scales to the Body Part Chapter 30- Adding Scales to the Body Part Chapter 31- Adding Scales to the Body Part Chapter 32- Final Running Time: 7 hrs. 49 min. High Quality (Screen-Res 1440 x 900 pixels) Quicktime Video Level: Beginner
Price: $19.00
3D Coat 3.5 Auto-Retopology for Lightwave Users
In this volume on the new Autoretopology tool in 3D Coat 3.5 basic and advanced uses of the Auto-Retopology tool are demonstrated in great depth. Although this video series uses Lightwave 3D as the final output for your 3D Coat work, the concepts and principles used here will work with all the most popular 3D programs like 3D Max, Maya, Softimage, Modo, Cinema 4D and many others.
Author: Adam Gibson
Topic: 3D-Coat Auto Retopology For Organics
Running Time: 6 Hours 15 Minutes
Format: .mov
Resolution: 1440x900
Rating: Beginner through Intermediate
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Price: $19.00
3D Coat 3.5 Retopology Vol #1 for Lightwave Users
In this first volume on retopology for 3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users Adam Gibson demonstrates all of the retopology tools in great detail. Although this video series uses Lightwave 3D as the final output for your 3D Coat work, the concepts and principles used here will work with all the most popular 3D programs like 3D Max, Maya, Softimage, Modo, Cinema 4D and many others.
Author: Adam Gibson
Topic: 3D-Coat 3.5 Retopology Tools
Running Time: 3 Hours 24 Minutes
Format: .mov
Resolution: 1440x900
Rating: Beginner
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Price: $19.00
3D Coat 3.5 Retopology Vol #2 for Lightwave Users - Project Suchomimus
In this second part videos series we show 3D students how to use 3D Coat and Lightwave 3D together as an easy and functional workflow and pipeline in your 3D projects. Although this video series uses Lightwave 3D as the final output for your 3D Coat work, the concepts and principles used here will work with all the most popular 3D programs like 3D Max, Maya, Softimage, Modo, Cinema 4D and many others.
Author: Adam Gibson
Topic: 3D-Coat Retopology for External Applications
Running Time: 8 Hours 34 Minutes
Format: .mov
Resolution: 1440x900
Rating: Intermediate
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Price: $19.00
3D Coat 3.5 UV Mapping for Lightwave Users
Adam Gibson shows a full blown project based session on how to perfectly UV Map a Suchomimus Dinosaur. The techniques and tools are shown to create UV maps with no overlapping UV's. Good UV mapping skills are needed to create great texture maps for your characters and 3D object. This video holds the information you need to start making great UV maps for your own projects.
Author: Adam Gibson
Topic: 3D-Coat 3.5 & Lightwave 9.6 (Applicable to any external application outside of 3D-Coat)
Running Time: 1 Hour 56 Minutes
Format: .mov
Resolution: 1440x900
Rating: Beginner
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Price: $19.00
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