Did this exercise from the CGcookie site. Pretty clear what it is!
I attempted to try to do things a bit differently. For the Vampire I made it a younger man where the jaw is able to split and open up larger. The Frankenstein monster is a stitched together woman. Nothing special about the money. The witch disguises her old, frail form behind a young womans form. And the zombie is.. a zombie.
Not a dime needs to be spent unless you want the “citizen” tutorials, in which case I advise getting a month long membership, downloading all the source files for the citizen tutorials, then wait a while for more citizen tutorials to be made before renewing your membership. It’s totally worth the $20.))
Over the next few months I’m going to be working to push out a lot of new Citizen content on Blender Cookie. One of goals for Citizen, is to make it a service that really helps you increase your Blender skills to work professionally with Blender. This means there’s a lot of content coming that is geared specifically to improving skills, workflows, and other aspects of how you use Blender.
A couple of the specific series and topics that I’m going to be covering include:
Mastering Cycles - A look at how to use all the advanced features in Cycles to gain full control over your renders.
Learning the Modeling Tools - A complete series dedicated to learning all of the different modeling tools in Blender so that you can become a more efficient and productive modeler.
Introduction to Hard Surface Modeling - A look at how to approach hard-surface modeling.
Introduction to Organic Character Modeling - A look at the key aspects of creating organic characters
Introduction to Sculpting - Learn how to use the sculpting tools in Blender to open up a lot of options for creating great models.
Curioseando en DA, encuentro unos tutos muy chidos para distintas plataformas de arte (Aplicaciones de diseño) entre ellas Paint Tool SAI, PSD, Gimp, Blender… etc.Hechen un vistazo, esta muy chido y pro.
(Info en ingles)
The site manager and concept artist for a digital art tutorial site called Concept Cookie. If you are interested in learning digital art, this site is meant to provide digital artists with tutorials, resources, references, feedback, and insight to help them grow as an artist.
We’ve been doing a lot of focused studies during the livestreams so today we’re gonna have fun with a character spitpaint and learn about the Mixer Brush! Come join, have fun, ask questions, and hopefully learn something in the process!