Coding & Tech
Faces Oh My! - 3D Character Modeling 202
In this one week camp your student will learn how to create a realistic or not Character Face.
37 total reviews for this teacher
learners per class
$25 per class
Meets 5x per week
Over 1 week
60 minutes per class
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Calling all character creators! Your heroes and heroines have been made it is time for them to have a face. For characters are made and acknowledged for their faces. In this one week camp we will spend an hour each day creating face for your character models. We will discuss the basics behind facial anatomy and which areas apply to the 3d world. We will talk about the difference between modeling a character and sculpting a character. What is considered low polygons and how to make the best...
During this class we will be doing: Day 1 - Setup and Mouth - Boxes again when do we start with something else? Day 2 - Mouth and Nose - What no eyes? Day 3 - Eyes - Yay my character can see? Day 4 - Cheeks and Tweaks - Finally a full face but why doesn't it look right? Day 5 - Back and Neck - A full bust is made Extra - Eyebrows and Eyelashes - If the class runs quick and we have extra time I will cover how to create Eyebrows and Eyelashes.
Students will be asked to create their own face as homework.
Campers are required to have a three button mouse and not a track pad for working in Blender. Also you will need to download and install Blender, a free 3d modeling software, that can be found at https://www.blender.org/. Please check with the software and hardware requirements of your computer before downloading Blender. I have found most computers made in the last 5 years have no problems running the software.
5 hours per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Students will follow along with me in the software Blender while learning how to create a 3d character face. Blender is a free 3d software that can be downloaded from www.blender.org and does not require an account. Blender is an open source 3d modeling software that is great to allow beginning modelers to learn the tools of the trade without paying for an expensive suite of software.
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...