3D Anaglyphic Panoramas in Bryce 5

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 324

Create fairly realistic 3D panoramas in Bryce 5 and Adobe Photoshop that, when viewed through 3D anaglyphic glasses, appear to have a real sense of depth.

Newms34 on 9:33AM Sat, 14 June 2003

Distribution mapping a pathway

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 786

A short tutorial that shows how to use distribution maps to place textures in certain areas. Usefull for endless projects! This one shows how to create a path.

Kutter on 9:10AM Sun, 15 June 2003

Playing with stones...

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 1128

How to create a brick-wall

rollmops on 4:18PM Sun, 15 June 2003

Making comic speech balloons in Adobe Illustrator

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 725

Most professional comics letterers use Adobe Illustrator to make and letter their speech balloons. If you have Illustrator, but are not really comfortable with it yet, this tutorial will lead you through the steps necessary to make excellent speech balloons for your comics.

lgrant on 11:36PM Wed, 18 June 2003

Dress another figure with dynamic clothe

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 878 / System Requirements: Windows PC; Poser5

Cetutoriel est destin utiliser au mieux la fonctionnalitdes vtements dynamiques offerte par Poser 5. La mthodepropose ici, mme si elle n'est pas universelle, permet d'habillerune figure driv de celles standard tel que Posette, Victoriaetc.. Mais aussi d'habiller une figure partir de vtementconu pour une autre.Afin de montrer ces deux fonctions en mmetemps le tutoriel utilise Elsja, driv de Posette et Victoria3 avec les MT de femme enceinte. Toutes deux porteront des vtementslabor pour Judy.This tutorial will explain how to better usethe dynamic clothing of Poser5. The method, even if not universal, allowto dress a derogated figure from Posette or Victoria and so on. But dressa figure with cloth created for another one. To show both features is thesame time, this tutorial will use Elsja, character derived from Posette,and a pregnant Victoria 3. Both will be dress with clothe created for Judy.

imarend on 12:00AM Thu, 19 June 2003

There is No Spoon Part One

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 1038

The first part of a three part tutorial on "spoon bending" using LightWave 3D. This part walks you through a detail out modeling technique for a basic spoon.Have fun!

Moebius87 on 9:48AM Sun, 22 June 2003

Asteroid Impact

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 693

Creating an Asteroid impact using Hypervoxels and Lens Flare

Oshio on 4:14PM Sun, 22 June 2003

How to create & save a Mat file for easy to use textures!

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 1835

A step by step tutorial explaining how to create & save mat files for ease of use in Poser. I also explain how to easily zip these files so they will automatically extract to the proper folders in the Poser directory.

Mercytoo on 6:57PM Sat, 28 June 2003

double lake scene

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 967

this tutorial will show you how to create a realistic image.. with two lakes and great reflections..

CursedBeauty on 2:53AM Sat, 05 July 2003

Fractal Explorer for Beginners

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 901

This little tutorial will give you a quick walk through on how to create a fractal using Fractal Explorer. This tutorial is particulary good for those of you who are like me and don't like or want to work with their own formulas. We will be selecting one of the generously included formulas for our fractal creation.

firefly on 11:15PM Mon, 07 July 2003

Point of View

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 117

A quick article on what is the "Point of View" along with examples and tips on how to keep it consistant.

Crescent on 4:36PM Thu, 10 July 2003

How to install an addon in XSI.

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 229

Before you start messing around in xsi you will notice that part of the interface is missing near your status bar at the bottom of the screen unless you minimize that status bar (tiny bug in xsi).I will show you how to fix this and show you how easy you can ad a script or addon into xsi.

hypronost on 11:31AM Mon, 14 July 2003

Basic Shading in XSI.

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 273

Texturing and shading in xsi is very cool. Take that from a guy that comes from LW.In this tutorial Ill show you all the basics about shading an object.

hypronost on 2:13PM Mon, 14 July 2003

How to set up an 'instance mirror' in XSI.

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 295

This is gonna be a real fast and easy to follow tut on how to set up an instance mirror to model with simmetry.hope you enjoy:)

loganarts on 2:26PM Mon, 14 July 2003

How to model a Head in XSI.

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 807

I hope this tutorial will help some of you.Im not saying this is the best way of doing it, its just my way.

hypronost on 2:37PM Mon, 14 July 2003

Realistic Texture Blending

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 683

Offers an alternative for the "basic altitude" used to blend a material from lighter to darker.

madmax_br5 on 3:21AM Wed, 23 July 2003

How to make a Stereoscopic image with Poser

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 756

Overview: This tutorial teaches the fundamentals of creating a naked eye Stereoscopic image that will appear to have a three dimensional depth of field.

lowtech on 9:35PM Thu, 24 July 2003

Runing blood or liquid

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 1668

You will need photoshop and eye candy for this. Or you could just be good with photoshop by itself. This will teach you how to make a stream of blood with the bead of blood that is moving along. It can also be used to make any form of liquid.

looksgood on 11:09PM Fri, 25 July 2003

Introduction to Expression 3

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 209 / System Requirements: Windows or Macintosh PC; Expression 3

An introduction to the unique vector graphics program Expression 3 by creaturehouse. This looks at some of the basic tools of the program for a beginner while giving a simple example illustration to work on (over a cup of coffee):-)>

PunkClown on 12:00AM Sun, 27 July 2003

Effects Lines in Expression 3

Skill Level: Regular / Views: 142 / System Requirements: Windows or Macintosh PC; Expression 3

Delving further into the capabilities of Expression 3 by creaturehouse, this tute shows how to use this vector program's effects lines tools to produce some "effective" & interesting graphic results.:-)>

PunkClown on 12:00AM Sun, 27 July 2003

PSP: Creating Cracks, Seams and Fissures

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 608

A lot of textures created solely with filters have a uniformity or blandness that is usually not the case in the real world. Look around at old doors, hinges, stones and mortar and you'll an incredibly rich network of fine cracks, debris, damage and dirt. This tutorial explores a few ways to add some of these features to our images.

bupaje on 5:30PM Mon, 28 July 2003

PSP: Creating Realistic Wood 1

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 361

This tutorial explores one way to create realistic weathered wood textures.

bupaje on 8:32PM Mon, 28 July 2003

Painting with Painter 8

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 966

A tutorial that will explain how to get started painting characters and clothing using Painter 8 and doing final touch-ups in Photoshop 7. Please note that I have not explained every single process for this tutorial or it would be too long. Every artist has their own techniques and this is just mine, I hope it helps.

DrmzRmyne on 4:57PM Tue, 29 July 2003

The Secrets Of Video Post - Glows

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 466

A basic tutorial to help people get to grips with the dreded Video Post in 3DS Max :)

3dlands on 6:28PM Wed, 30 July 2003

Bad Guys You Love to Hate

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 158

Write your bad guys good enough to read with these handy tips.

dvitola on 10:15PM Wed, 30 July 2003

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