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Today we're extremely excited to welcome veteran 3D artist, character modeler and author, Antony Ward to the site as we launch an amazing new software independent tutorial series, for all you...

Today we& extremely excited to welcome veteran artist, character modeler and author, Antony Ward to the site as we launch an amazing new software independent tutorial series, for all you.

FAQ: How u model dem shapes? Hands-on mini-tuts for mechanical sub-d AKA ADD MORE GEO - Page 171 - Polycount Forum

I am going to make this kind of edge flow for my hard surface bridge before I take model to ZBrush for more detailing.

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''Thinking in 3D'' practicing by Nsio on DeviantArt

The third tutorial in the series. Seeing basic shapes Human body has always been one of the most fascinating subjects of study for artists. It's also very complex thing, so drawing human body may s.

Here is my low poly way:  On the lower leg, loop cut ankle line.  Extrude foot shape from front polygon, 2 steps.  Add subsurface modifier and you get the base shape.  Extrude sole geometry from bottom and add some loop cut to refine the shape. - See this image on Photobucket.

Here is my low poly way: On the lower leg, loop cut ankle line. Extrude foot shape from front polygon, 2 steps. Add subsurface modifier and you get the base shape. Extrude sole geometry from bottom and add some loop cut to refine the shape. - See this image on Photobucket.

How I draw wolves/canines by TheShadowedGrim.deviantart.com on @deviantART I would have called this a tutorial, only it really isn't all that accurate to real wolf anatomy-- and isn't a complete tutorial. It's just how I tend to draw them. This is kinda old xD But not terribly outdated. I'll make more of these, that explains it better xD I just got bored so, maybe some of you can find this useful? -- Art (c) *TheShadowedGrim

I would have called this a tutorial, only it really isn't all that accurate to real wolf anatomy-- and isn't a complete tutorial. It's just how I tend t. How I draw wolves/canines