Mcguire103 wrote:RamonGS #182 wrote:Can anyone help me do bike modeling? I want to enter the world if I can make my own pieces if someone is interested in helping me I will be pleased, can send the video tutorial or something, thanks for the attention >D
RamonGS #182 wrote:Yes, there are quite a few videos, but I wanted to be specific teaching how to do bikes
Thanks in advance
Andy_Hack wrote:RamonGS #182 wrote:Yes, there are quite a few videos, but I wanted to be specific teaching how to do bikes
Thanks in advance
Have you ever heard of teaching things yourself?
What do you expect? A tutorial for every bike model around? Damn, that question triggered me...
Andy_Hack wrote:Like I said, this question triggered me ...maybe it's because I read the same question for the third time within a week...
But for the 100th time:
Start modelling easy stuff, grips, forks, triple clamps, silencers, bar pads, track objects, houses, chairs... just things that help to teach you the basics and here's the thing you'll love about this, there are lots of tutorials about chairs, houses, etc.
You'll also have to study some existing mx bike models, to get an idea of how others do things, there should be enough models available on these forums, but I'd recommend DJ's 2010 Yamaha and Wilson's 2010 Honda.
If you got the basics down and you know what most of the tools are for, then you can think about starting a whole bike model.
Jeremy150 wrote:You're not going to really find any tutorials about specifically modeling bikes. Tutorials are more about learning how to do something and then be able to take the skills you learned, and apply it in future projects.
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