Course: Modeling a Sci-fi Vehicle

Vehicle Modeling Course in Blender

The Vehicle Modeling DVD was released in the first quarter of 2011, after the Intro to Blender and Character modeling series. It was our first physical DVD ever shipped and has shipped more than any other training DVD we’ve ever produced. However, now that the series has reached the ripe age of 2 years, it is being inducted into the CG Cookie Citizen library, making it accessible to all Citizen members.

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What you’ll learn

In this intensive, mesh modeling training series, you will be taken through the complete process of modeling a very detailed, sci-fi vehicle in Blender. The series makes use of modeling sheets and concept art by David Revoy. This series is presented in such a way to be ideal for all levels of users. Each tool used is explained along the way for new users but the topics presented will intrigue even the most advanced modelers. Throughout this series you will learn extensive modeling techniques, mesh topology, and workflows for creating a manageable model in relatively little time.

Beauty renders of the final model


Included in the download

The source files for this series contain the original concept art and modeling sheets by David Revoy, a video breakdown form David himself showing how the concept came together, and all the .blend files for the final model.

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5 Responses to “Modeling a Sci-fi Vehicle”
  1. Posts: 1
    davidsc117 says:

    I bought this tutorial, a while ago and I cant see it in my downloads

  2. Posts: 5
    1falcon says:

    This is really random, but I think someone on blender cookie should create a falcon tutorial. That would be great.


  3. Posts: 5
    1falcon says:

    This is really random , but I think someone on blender cookie should do a falcon or hawk, That would be great.


  4. Posts: 4
    evilmp says:

    Jonathan, in the 1-03 video at 05:14 where you separate the verts I am getting an error on the second separation. “Error – Selected Vertex has no edge/face pairs attached”

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