Blender Unleashed: Mastering Subdivision Surface Modeling

Brandon Hix, 3d Artist | Owner of blenderunleashed.com

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34 Videos (2h 42m)
    • Introduction

      2:33
    • Welcome and setup

      2:48
    • Subdivision surface modeling overview

      6:44
    • Lesson 1.1 - Creating the base mesh for the journal pages

      7:29
    • Lesson 1.2 - Bending the page with deform modifiers

      5:56
    • Lesson 1.3 - Smoothing out the pages

      7:35
    • Lesson 1.4 - Duplicating the pages

      9:46
    • Lesson 1.5 - Positioning the spine

      7:40
    • Lesson 1.6 - Curving the spine and cleanup

      12:12
    • Lesson 1.7 - Creating the cover base mesh

      10:54
    • Lesson 1.8 - Refining the cover details

      12:10
    • Lesson 1.9 - Adding final details to the cover

      6:40
    • Lesson 1.10 - Adding cover pages

      7:03
    • Lesson 1.11 - Adding a bookmark and cleanup

      6:45
    • Lesson 2.1 - Creating the base mesh for the maps

      3:03
    • Lesson 2.2 - Using empty objects and vertex groups

      3:54
    • Lesson 2.3 - A basic overview of weight painting

      5:03
    • Lesson 2.4 - Adding a basic curl to the map

      5:24
    • Lesson 2.5 - Adding a second curled corner

      2:30
    • Lesson 2.6 - Duplicating and positioning multiple maps

      2:06
    • Lesson 2.7 - Creating the base mesh for the fossil

      4:09
    • Lesson 2.8 - Using the cell fracture add-on to split the fossil into multiple pieces

      8:13
    • 2.9 - Adding some cracks to the fossil

      14:24
    • 3.1 - Setting Up the Model Sheet

      5:56
    • 3.2 - Modeling the Pen Body

      13:43
    • 3.3 - Modeling the Nib Base

      14:36
    • 3.4 - Modeling the Nib - Part 1

      9:42
    • 3.5 - Modeling the Nib - Part 2

      7:41
    • 3.6 - Modeling the Feed

      34:26
    • 3.7 - Modeling the Cap - Part 1

      11:16
    • 3.8 - Modeling the Cap - Part 2

      15:16
    • 3.9 - Modeling the Cap - Part 3

      23:34
    • 3.10 - Modeling the Cap - Part 4

      22:33
    • Conclusion

      1:28