Course: Modeling a High Poly Car

Note: This course has been discontinued and will soon be replaced by a new course with better workflows and up to date tools.

Hello and welcome to this Citizen Exclusive series! This series will be covering the entire process of modeling a very detailed, high-poly car in Blender 2.6x. Throughout this series you’ll learn everything you need to know about modeling cars with an edge-by-edge method that focus very heavily on creating clean topology that not only results in a good mesh, it also results in a car model that renders far more realistically. Part 01 of this series starts out be laying down the basic topology of the major forms and landmarks for the front end of our car. Doing this paves the way for easily filling in all the surfaces.

You can find the blueprints used in this tutorial here: Here you are! 

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4 Responses to “Modeling a High Poly Car”
  1. Posts: 5

    My ref. image are bleu, anybody know to make thme look like in the tutorial??

  2. Posts: 1
    Sam Nada says:

    It’s an impressive tutorial and quite enlightening – thanks. I knew it was not done in cycles , but perhaps it was the best game in town so I dove in and I’m not a bit disappointed.

    Only comment was that I felt left hanging after #09. I know your planning a new version, but when, if I may ask.

  3. Posts: 72

    Thank you for this course!
    my problem is that I can’t get my brain to think in planes/edges, as it tends to think in volumes. Maybe it’s that I’m mostly concerned with creating original designs. I’m wondering if you’d use this same workflow if you were to design a new model of car in 3d or if it’s more of a workflow oriented towards modelling a certain preexisting design with references. Would be fantastic if you made a tutorial where you designed something new in 3d and explained your thinking process there.

  4. Posts: 3 says:

    Hello, any update as to when the new updated course will be out?

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