Video Game Art: Create A Low-Poly Game Character in Cinema 4D | Aaron Bartlett | Skillshare

Video Game Art: Create A Low-Poly Game Character in Cinema 4D

Aaron Bartlett, Motion/Graphic Designer

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7 Videos (25m)
    • Intro

      0:32
    • Painting Textures

      2:49
    • Modeling

      3:21
    • Texturing & Rigging

      10:24
    • Pose & Export

      2:23
    • Create the Scene

      5:15
    • Fun, fun!

      0:24

About This Class

When you’ve got cool graphics software at your fingertips you can make make really fun video game art! In this lesson we’ll learn how to replicate low-poly characters that can easily be custom tailored to suit your creative ideas!

You’ll be able to do this class in Photoshop and C4D or C4D Lite (included with After Effects CC).

If you’d like to learn how to do this in After Effects, you can find the companion lesson right here. The photoshop sections of both lessons are identical so you’ll just need to redo the middle sections that cover After Effects.

Music Credit:

"Chipper" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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Aaron Bartlett

Motion/Graphic Designer

I'm designer who works in LA and I've spent much of my career in entertainment marketing creating promos and ads for TV, movies and video games. I've got a fairly broad background in a variety of media. I love cartoons and comics books.

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