Here I bring you another model that as always, gave me some headaches 😁 hehehe, I'm still learning Blender so each model helps me to continue learning using art models from the splinterlands game, it's useful to always work with a 2D view since normally At least 3 orthogonal views are used to work models, working in this way helps a lot.
In this model, some details were missing to work on, but after spending a month looking at the same model due to weight problems in the vertex groups, I preferred to go for another model, which was the Gremlin Blaster.
Even though, as always, I like to work in 3D, even though sometimes it gives me headaches because I am a novice because I don't know about the whole program 😅
Maybe next month I'll start working on simple things that will only be for small sales and work certain hours so I don't get so overwhelmed.
- Work Tools:
Tablet Wacom Intuos 5
- Model of card:
- Carved Model Block:
This was the base block of the body that I later shaped and then worked on the clothes.
maybe I'll save the block but usually I like to do everything from 0 to not lose practice since I don't like to download anything done.
- Finished model without textures:
When I was working on this pose, after applying the skeleton, the vertex group gave me a problem, so I spent a few days seeing what the problem was.
- Adding textures:
I worked the textures by exporting directly from the ArmorPaint program since the excess of polygons did not allow me to open the model properly in the program, after this I saw how the retopologies work correctly.
- Textures and render tests:
- Renders ready:
And after so much time I finally have the model ready xD, the good side is that I learned some things with this experience that I had doing it.
Thank you very much and I hope you liked my post Greetings 😄
You got it very well my friend, working with the 3d programs is very easy, keep it up.
Full detalles! 😀
Full dolor de cabeza me dio este modelo xd
Excelente trabajo, se nota que hay que dedicarle tiempo, son muchos detalles
Que buen modelo hombre.
As someone who doesn't know how to 3d model. I can definitely say that your render is pretty detailed for a newbie! This isn't newbie level, man!
Thank you very much 😊 I am still learning, but what has caused me the most problems so far is my computer, that is why I have mainly had problems, I have to update my equipment but in the meantime I will learn to work in the most optimized way possible to save money team resources.
Thanks for sharing! - castleberry#6859
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