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A:M Beginner-Tutorial Modelling (with v17)

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Hi!

 

so here it is: Another beginner Tutorial for A:M... ;)

PatchWork3d: Beginner Tutorial

 

It is quite large (mp4, about 50 min. 1024px * 604px resolution).

Filesize is about 160 MB, but I think it is worth it for a beginner!

Let me know what you think.

 

I am covering different things like:

- user interface

- basic spline / patch principles

- some comon questions like: how to connect a shape to an arm > explaining when to use which patches, etc.

- what are and when to use hooks

- the advantages and disadvantages of peaked vs smooth splines

- hooks, lathe, extrusion, copy/flip/attach, a little bit about normals

- many many helpful little tipps concering keyboard shortcuts, good practice, etc.

 

And finally we are modelling a spoon in A:M.

Hope it will help you to get started with A:M's way of modelling in a better way.

 

See you

*Fuchur*

 

PS: It is not my mother tongue so: Please be patient with me ;)

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Fuchur----( I wrote this in other spot )--but its awesome !!!

 

Its really one of the best introductions to AM modeling I have seen . And its must watching for everyone new or everyone struggling with modeling. I have been one to struggle with modeling and have to say there were a couple of things you explained that has me re-excited to practice ---so thanks so much for your efforts.

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Fuchur----( I wrote this in other spot )--but its awesome !!!

 

Its really one of the best introductions to AM modeling I have seen . And its must watching for everyone new or everyone struggling with modeling. I have been one to struggle with modeling and have to say there were a couple of things you explained that has me re-excited to practice ---so thanks so much for your efforts.

 

Thanks for the response :).

Hope that it will help people to understand A:M's modelling better.

 

See you

*Fuchur*

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Hi!

 

so here it is: Another beginner Tutorial for A:M... ;)

PatchWork3d: Beginner Tutorial

 

It is quite large (mp4, about 50 min. 1024px * 604px resolution).

Filesize is about 160 MB, but I think it is worth it for a beginner!

Let me know what you think.

 

...

See you

*Fuchur*

 

Gerald

I tried to download the file but the full version would not arrive. I got a small zip instead at about 30K rather than the 150Mb you mention. Is it still available and, if so, where can I find it?

regards

simon

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Hi Simon,

 

I just recently (actually today) got my new webdesign up and running.

 

You can watch this video-tutorial now online at:

PW3d: Basics of patch modelling

(the link in the first post has been updated too)

 

See you

*Fuchur*

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Hi Simon,

 

I just recently (actually today) got my new webdesign up and running.

 

You can watch this video-tutorial now online at:

PW3d: Basics of patch modelling

(the link in the first post has been updated too)

 

See you

*Fuchur*

 

Gerald

Thank you very much for that.

Is it still possible to download the file? I anticipate that I may have to watch it several times.

regards

simon

 

Ps

Thank you.

I learnt a lot I didn't know, especially about the use of bias handles.

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thank you so much fuchur

 

i'am actually downloading it !

one digital gfx to do and after i go learn it

 

thanx so much !!

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