The second part of my steampunk style android project.
This entry was posted on July 10, 2009 by Ben Simonds. It was filed under Tutorials and was tagged with Android, Blender, Clockwork, Modelling, Stuampunk, Timelapse.
How did you “project” the hair pattern onto the curved head surface (at 2:08 in the video)? I have been trying to find this feature, but no success. Thanks
P.S. Impressive modeling!
December 2, 2009 at 1:45 am
I used two techniques for the different parts. The first was the retopo tool, which you can find in the Mesh panel of the edit buttons. The second was a lattice method. for which you add a lattice object to the scene and then apply a lattice modifier to the object you want to distort and set the lattice as the target object. Hope that helps!
December 3, 2009 at 6:49 pm
Thanks! The retopo tool was what I was looking for. Too bad retopo is not available for 3D bezier curves.
December 3, 2009 at 10:08 pm
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My name is Ben Simonds. I'm a 3D artist and one half of Gecko Animation Limited. This blog is a sort of hybrid portfolio site/place where I post tutorials and other stuff.
If you like my work, I’m always interested in hearing about new opportunities. See the contact page for more info.
I also post sculpts at Mountain of Minutes and occasionally do tutorials for BlenderCookie.com.
Very well written, great design, good color print quality, compliments for Blender Master Class @bensimonds :) blender3d.org/e-shop/product… #b3d— Ton Roosendaal (@tonroosendaal) March 5, 2013
Very well written, great design, good color print quality, compliments for Blender Master Class @bensimonds :) blender3d.org/e-shop/product… #b3d
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