Sculpting Human Head In Blender For Beginners | Zerina 3D | Skillshare

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Sculpting Human Head In Blender For Beginners

teacher avatar Zerina 3D, 3D Artist And Animator

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Lessons in This Class

8 Lessons (1h 42m)
    • 1. Introduction Class

    • 2. Blocking The Head

    • 3. Rough Sculpting The Face Details

    • 4. Adding The Eyeballs And Sculpting The Eyelids

    • 5. Sculpting The Smaller Details

    • 6. Blocking And Sculpting The Ears

    • 7. Adding Final Touches On The Face

    • 8. Sculpting And Connecting The Neck With The Head

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About This Class

Hi guys, welcome to the new Blender course! My name is Zerina and in this course, we will sculpt a human head in Blender!
Here you can find the blender file that I provided for you: Blender Sculpting File
The first thing I will explain to you is how to start sculpting a human head. First of all, we will see all the guidelines from which it will be much easier to shape our model.

For this course, we will use Remesh instead of Dintopo, but you can use any method you want.
When using Remesh for a perfect sculpt, you should always go slowly according to the size of the details and in this course, I will show you how to do it. We will slowly build a human head from scratch using Blender sculpting brushes as well as modifiers.
We will make it anatomically correct, but always keep in mind that no head in this world is the same, so human skulls are not the same.
This course is for beginners with little knowledge when it comes to sculpting in Blender, but it can also be a really interesting experience if you are a beginner and will give you an additional desire to learn sculpting. Also, this course can serve as an inspiration for advanced 3d art.
We are set out to have fun and learn something new.
What are we waiting for? Let's hop on to the videos guys! ^_^

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Zerina 3D

3D Artist And Animator


Hello, my name is Zerina, I am a co-founder of Render Craft Academy, graphic designer, and 3D artist. Creativity has been an integral part of my life for as long as I can remember even as a child, I've been interested in art and computers so I just followed my passion, and today I do what I love. Also, I have a lot of teachers in my family even my mother, so all my life I was trying to pick up their skills of teaching. 

I joined Awesome Tuts where I started my journey as a teacher and graphic designer. I have a lot of experience when it comes to teaching computer software for design and Computer Graphics. I preferably work in Blender and the type of work that I do is, sculpting and modeling low and high poly models.

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