Pilgway is proud to announce the ‘Official Guide’ to Voxel Sculpting in 3D-Coat. This video is a mind blowing 20+ hours of training packed on two DVD’s.
Javis Jones is a self-taught freelance 3D Generalist hailing from the city of Portland, Oregon. You may have seen some of his work on SpinQuad, CG Society, NewTek or on 3D-Coat’s forums where he provides tireless support and is working on the 3D-Coat video manual. Javis has worked closely with Pilgway on features and future revisions on 3D-Coat and is currently working on a DVD training series for the 3D-Coat application.
Gideon Klindt designed the character used in this project based DVD, the futuristic Alas Armor Suit. You can find more outstanding character designs and artwork from Gideon at (www.gideonklindt.com).
Okay, now lets discuss this mega sized, 2 disk, 20+ hour, mind blowing DVD that is designed to get you not just up to speed on Voxel sculpting, but will have you sculpting with Voxel’s confidently on your next project.
What is Voxel sculpting? Glad you asked?
Voxel sculpting is only the coolest thing implemented to 3D since NURBS. Voxel sculpting allows you to sculpt any details, unlimited topological flow with out any constraints. That’s right, unlimited artistic control of your objects, creatures, characters or what ever you’re sculpting. No other package gives you this kind of limitless control and freedom. 3D Coat truly unleashes your artistic ability and this DVD will help you understand 3D Coats powerful Voxel’s.
What your still here, okay well the DVD specifications are below, but since it is QuickTime video files, it will play on any computer.
So, when is the DVD coming out you ask? How about next week! That soon enough for you?
1GHz or faster processor, 512 MB RAM, 64 MB Video RAM, DVD-ROM Drive, 5GB of hard disk space, 1280 x 1024 display
DVD-ROM and Digital Download Requirements:
This DVD is not offered as a download due to it’s massive size, come-on, you don’t want to download 7 Gigs do you? Did you see the cover of this DVD, imagine that bad boy sitting on your shelf, now that would look sick.
QuickTime Movie Player (Version 7.0 or higher), Acrobat Reader (Version 5.0 or higher), Microsoft® Windows® Vista®, Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional, Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, Apple® Mac® OS X 10.2