2 - Full Body & Outfit Sculpting
3rd October 2019
In this lesson we will use similar techniques as shown in Chapter 1 to build a primitive base mesh to sculpt the entire body on.
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5th October 2019 - 05:49
Wow, finally it's coming! This series is really nice and easy to follow even I have zero experience with 3Dsclupt. I did go through the last part a couple of times to get a decent result but yeah, really happy for things I've achieved and ready to try this part of the tutorial. Thank you, Julien!
5th October 2019 - 11:18
Thanks for what you've done! I'm ready for it.
4th October 2019 - 22:29
I've been sticking it out with you this far. I had my doubts at first but this is very helpful and a good way to learn. Thanks and good luck with the rest of the tutorial.
8th October 2019 - 20:37
Interesting blocking with a good shape of the muscles included to start from. I won't forget it like this! Really cool!.
14th October 2019 - 01:00
Question, if a human should be 7.5 to 8 heads tall, how tall should a head be? Since I scaled my head I am not sure what the actual size should be Thanks!
14th October 2019 - 10:51
*@mrjessecunningham* That's an interesting question!
I believe a human head is on average ~22cm tall but head sizes, just like the body proportions, are very relative even in real life. So i t's more of a rule of thumb.
I usually think about it in reverse: I have a certain body height in mind and after sculpting the body I correct the scale.
The example character Rain is about 1.65m tall. So after I finished the sculpt I scaled her to the correct height and checked if it fit her.
Sometimes the proportions might be too stylised (like a big head) to really follow the 7,5 heads rule so it depends on how tall you imagine the character to be and how their size relates to other character and the world around them.
20th February 2020 - 14:40
Thank you so much, such a genius way of creating body mesh!!
9th March 2020 - 23:29
Hello! As I am following this part of the tutorial I have two questions.
I am using the latest blender and your sculpting environment.
My issue is that I do not see the annotations while in the sculpting pannel. they do appear in general though.
Same issue with an empty I am using as my drawing reference.
do you know how to fix this?
Thank you so much for this great class!
10th March 2020 - 10:59
*@calmels.gaelle* Sorry I don't know which one you mean with "Sculpting Panel". My guess is that the overlays for "annotations" and "extras" are disabled.
At this point I can to be honest no longer recommend my template in the asset folder for Blender versions higher than 2.81. So if you are using the latest Blender versions, revert your brushes and workspaces to the default since they are now way more optimised for sculpting.
10th March 2020 - 12:40
Oh and here is my result :D I have a personal project so I changed the proportions for them to fit the bulky character.
10th March 2020 - 12:57
*@calmels.gaelle* That looks like a really great base!
10th February 2020 - 15:50
How to scale an object along its own axes? You do it while scaling cube for the forearm, but when I am trying to do it, it is scaled strangely from corners, like along global axes, I guess...
10th February 2020 - 17:59
*@lina-black* You can change the default axes in the header but when pressing either X,Y or Z twice while transforming it will also toggle to local/global.
Be mindful of your object orientation. If you rotated the object in edit mode, the local axes will still be aligned the same way as before.
Check out the Blender Fundamentals series or Blender Documentation for more info:
2nd June 2020 - 23:30
What's the hotkey for the Pivot Point pie menu at 18:50?
3rd June 2020 - 11:34
*@mike.cairns86* The boxed captions are always highlighting the shortcut.
This one is "period". I should've spelled it out in the video too.
19th August 2020 - 15:32
In which Version can i find the Surface Smooth brush? I downloaded the 2.90 Beta and even the 2.83.5 release but cannot find the brush. Such an excellent brush i need it..!
19th August 2020 - 15:43
*@Abhirama Gopala Dasa* It's in the brush options of the Smooth brush. Change teh deformation mode from Laplacian to Surface.
11th November 2020 - 16:43