Vehicle Series: Production Complete / End of Pre-orders

The final days of taking advantage of the preorder price on our Vehicle Modeling Series is coming to a close. As of April 1st we will no longer be accepting preorders. Until then you can still grab a pre-order.

This is good news as it means we are done with production!

We just have a few things to tidy up over the next week or so before we are able to do a full public release on April 7th, 2011

Already Pre-ordered?

Thank you for the early support of this training series!. Once we are able to get the files uploaded to our servers you will receive an e-mail with instructions to obtain your digital download. This could happen before April 7th and all depending how fast we are able to get them prepped and uploaded. ­čśë

If you ordered the DVD-R (Data Disc) version in addition to the Digital Download, these will ship shorter there-after April 7th.

What is the final Price, Hours, and Goodies?

This series ended up  surpassing our initial time estimates and the amount of modeling we had planned to cover. As we progressed through each section the total series length grew to just over 15 hours of video training! This will take you through the in-depth process of modeling this vehicle with no time-lapsing.

Included in this series you will receive the following:

  • 15+ hours of video training at 1280 x 720
  • Blend files relative to each chapter covered
  • Original concept sketches by David Revoy, along with the final model sheets.

Renders from Production



Still haven’t pre-ordered?

Well head over to the vehicle page before April 1st, to make sure you save 50% off the regular price of 48.00. No this isn’t an April Fools joke, yes actually 50% off a pre-order. :)

Pre-Order Vehicle Modeling Series.

Thank you for the continued support of us and this series. Anxious for you to get your hands on it!

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22 Responses to “Vehicle Series: Production Complete / End of Pre-orders”
  1. Posts: 1
    graphomet says:

    Is this a beginners tutorial, or intermediate to advanced?I’m currently
    learning blender 2.65

    Thank you

    • Posts: 4194

      This is an intermediate tutorial with advanced techniques that presented clearly to help even beginners follow along :) All tools, hot keys, and techniques are described through the whole process in real time.

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