Tutorial 3D - 3D Contest [9 entries]

Wood Picture

Winning entry, with a score of:
71.3%
Contest goal:

We all use tutorials to improve our skill. So, In this contest you have the opportunity to learn something new that you may have been putting off. Or, you just feel like some modelling practice with you favorite tutorial.

Pick a tutorial from our tutorial section and follow it step by step to create your own interpretation of it. Have fun and good luck..


Status: finished. Check out the winners below!
Suggested by: Warlock

Warlock: I was happy that this was chosen as the next contest, right up to the point when I read that it had been changed to only Pxleyes tutorials WAY? I’m not using any of the 3d applications in the tutorial section at the moment, as I want to become more competent in my most recent 3D software, and had a tutorial in mind when I suggested this that I had been putting of because of its complexity .All this has done is restrict those of us that are not using 3d max, Maya, C4D, Zbrush and so on. Is there know way that the people that use a different application in contest on a regular basic can use an offsite tutorial? ( 5 years and 2035 days ago )
downoffthedragon: Yeah, it sucks when you make a suggestion and you can't take part in it. I made a suggestion and it ended up requiring a higher level than I had. But you can do something about it, Warlock. If you really wanted to take part in this contest, you could download Blender and use a Blender tutorial. I know that it's not what you wanted, but unfortunately that how this site is sometimes. Good luck. : ) ( 5 years and 2032 days ago )
Contest Moderator: Tutorials outside of pxl are allowed as well. ( 5 years and 2027 days ago )
downoffthedragon: No disrespect, moderator, but 3D takes some time to complete, and that information would have been nice to have a while ago!
( 5 years and 2025 days ago )
mircea: Hmm.. i also have troubles finding a tut to follow ( 5 years and 2025 days ago )
mircea: they are either to easy or to time consuming and complex ( 5 years and 2025 days ago )
mircea: they are either to easy or to time consuming and complex ( 5 years and 2025 days ago )
downoffthedragon: mircea: use a simple tutorial but use your advanced skills to make it fantastic! For instance, if you find a tutorial for a simple wine glass, adding a glass shader is a little more advanced to add to it and maybe a liquid and a nice background. ( 5 years and 2025 days ago )

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Wood - created by farsite


Wood
Favs: 2SBS: 5Hi-resRank: 1/9Score: 71.3% (42)13327 views

http://www.pxleyes.com/ext-tutorial/3ds-max/15554/Create-a-Wooden-Toy-Car.html

My version of this tute (5 years and 2027 days ago)


Spitfire - created by mircea


Spitfire
Favs: 7SBS: 14Hi-resRank: 2/9Score: 69.7% (35)9994 views

used the same low res textures used in the tutorials. With better textures would have been much better (5 years and 2024 days ago)

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Digital 430 - created by Warlock


Digital 430
Favs: 3SBS: 14Hi-resRank: 3/9Score: 68.5% (29)7466 views

Couldn’t decide what render I liked so you have both……

(5 years and 2021 days ago)

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Papa Uniform Five Five Yankee - created by lchappell


Papa Uniform Five Five Yankee
Favs: 0SBS: 6Hi-resRank: 4/9Score: 65.3% (21)10617 views

Cruising at 32,000 feet MSL , .85 Mach indicated, the twin General Electric 90-94B
93,700 lb thrust Turbo Fans on this Boeing 777-200ER sipping a miserly 2200 gallons of JP4 an hour.


3D Max 2010 with VRay render. Vray Materials used in the texture process.


Thanks I.D.A @ flickr for the clouds source.

Tutorial used is here: http://my3dtextures.com/tutorials/3dsmax/How-To-Model-A-Boeing-777-200-Airline.html (5 years and 2022 days ago)

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kitchen - created by maozbd


kitchen
Favs: 1SBS: 1Hi-resRank: 5/9Score: 63.2% (15)12279 views

(5 years and 2022 days ago)

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