OC Character 3D Modelling With Edge LoopsWARNING IMAGE HEAVY BLENDER TUTORIALMore Like This
I decided to screen cap my way of going about it. I couldn't find stuff all tutorials about it and the ones I did find were for really old blender which only lead me to being confused. Instead I just went and learned Maya and 3ds Max edge loop tutorials, finally found a few decent speed modelling on anime heads and got a grasp of various ways to model 3D Anime heads and my odd semi-realism anime head. This has been hell and a half trying to apply 3D to my art style >_> Personally I like the box modelling method the best but my heads keep coming out with horse face syndrome at the moment XD Practise though should fix that in time. Anyway... Feel free to pinch/ use the reference images in this journal. If it helps you out then awesome.
When I first started out I would start by drawing in the edge loops on a sketch and it use to really help me but now that I can visualize where they will be I don't need those guides any more or at least not as mu
7 Blender Features All Beginners Need to KnowOver the last year using Blender I've found some really useful shortcuts and features. so I though I would compile a short list of some of the most useful ones that I use almost everyday. This article is geared towards beginners but more experienced users could find they missed a few of these. Enjoy!More Like This
1. Hover Copy/Paste
This one is the best of them all, if you read any of this read this! If you hover over a value or color and press CTRL C it will copy the value! No need to click on it and select it, just hover!
2. Random Node
The random node is an output from the "Object Info' node found under the "Input" folder. The random node has unlimited possibilities. In the example I linked the random output to a color ramp node with 3 colors, then plugged that into an emission shader. And as you can see it randomly selects one of the colors for each object.