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Gumroad – Build A Dynamic Robot Arm by Andrew

Gumroad - Build A Dynamic Robot Arm by Andrew Nash

Build A Dynamic Robot Arm

 

Build A Dynamic Robot Arm : Here I’ll be taking you through an in depth tutorial on how to create a well designed and artistic robotics arm. The tutorial covers conceptual design to poly modelling, texturing and rendering in Octane.

What topics are covered?

  • How to create a fully realised final design piece with textures and shaders..
  • I go over in detail and explain how I work in Z-Brush to achieve the concept design that will be made ready for poly modelling.
  • Go into heavy detail about sub-d poly modelling.
  • How to go about lighting and creating shaders for your design in Octane.
  • Colour correction and detailing in Photoshop.

What do I get?

  • 9 hrs of video with narration.
  • 3Dsmax/Octane scene file.
  • Sub-d Poly Model

Applications Used?

  • Z-brush for concepting.
  • XSI for Poly modelling. – Any other poly modelling application will do.
  • Mud-box for texturing. – Any other texturing application will do.
  • 3Dsmax – Octane has a standalone app or is supported by numerous other applications.
  • Rizmo – Any automatic unwrap UV tools will do.
  • Photoshop for colour correction.

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