Coding & Tech
3D Modeling Part 2 - Character Modeling
In this eight week course students continue on from part 1 to now working on creating characters.
37 total reviews for this teacher
learners per class
$28 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 8 weeks
90 minutes per class
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Do you want to know how to create your own characters? Do you want to make your own figures for 3d printing? Well during this eight week class we will explore 3d character modeling while focusing on creating creating a full character from scratch and ready for 3d printing. This class is not for complete beginners who have never worked in a 3d software before. If your student has worked in blender before or a similar software such as Roblox or Maya or 3ds Max than they should be okay to take...
In this fun class students will learn: - Concept Art -Working with character dimensions -Cleaning up topology -Planning out poses -Preparing a model for printing
I worked in software testing for four years and teaching at Central Piedmont Community College for 5 years as a 3d Modeling instructor. I would love to bring the classes I created for my college level students in 3d Modeling and Game Development to a younger generation so that they can see what really goes on behind the scenes to make their favorite games.
For homework each week the student will create a second character following along with what they have learned in class. At the end of the class they should have two complete low poly and high poly models.
In this class we will use the free software Blender to create 3d Models that can be used for video games, 3d printing, animations. Students will need to have blender 2.8 or higher installed on a computer, Mac or Windows. They will also need a mouse with a button scroll wheel, these are commonly called a 3 button mouse.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
We will be using the software Blender as our platform to create 3d models as it is an 3d modeling tool. This is a free software and available at the website https://www.blender.org/. This software is open source so it does not require the student to have an account with Blender but it is constantly being updated so it may contain a few bugs.
3d Artist by Trade Teacher by Choice
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
37 total reviews
52 completed classes
Hello! My name is Liz McCorkill and I am a 3d Artist, Online Teacher, Game Developer, Bookworm, and a Nerd. I am also the proud owner of two fur babies cats, Pebbles and Midnight. Warning Pebbles loves to go to school and may show up in class from...