Art of Sculpting

Art of Sculpting

Every now and then it’s good to take a step back from the grind of technical production work and simply focus on the artistic skill that is digital sculpting. No thought of retopology for deformation, no consideration of map baking for efficient rendering – just pure sculpture.

The only thing standing in our way is the time required to hone our sculpting skill set. So let’s start practicing!

Introduction

Watch this brief video to see what the course is all about!

Authentic 2D-to-3D Translation

For the times you want to precisely capture a 2D illustration in 3D form.

Caricature

Achieving recognizable likeness through exaggeration.

Clothing

Learn the ins and outs of sculpting fabric behavior in the context of clothing.

Female Head & Hair

Focusing on the feminine qualities of facial structure and long hair.

Human Hand

Practice a complex, specific-yet-nuanced form that we all have!

Rocky Formations

Sculpting flat-surfaced, jagged-edged structures requires a unique approach to digital sculpting - explained in this chapter.

Get back to the basics of sculpting.

The popularity of digital sculpting in recent years has produced a plethora of incredible artworks. Artists like Kolby Jukes, Rafael Grasseti, and Furio Tedeschi have showcased the creative potential and opportunity offered by digital sculpting that you and I can tap into. The only thing standing in our way is the time required to hone our sculpting skill set. So let’s start practicing!

Every now and then I try to take a step back from the grind of technical production work and simply focus on the artistic skill set that is digital sculpting. No thought of retopology for deformation in mind, no consideration of map baking for efficient rendering, just pure sculpture.

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