3D Modeling: Character Design
Using free 3D modeling software, participants create unique characters that can be used for 3D printing, animation, and video games. This three day workshop starts with sculpting a head using analog techniques similar to clay. Next, participants learn how to combine multiple 3D models by attaching a body to the head that is ready to be animated. This workshop ends by taking this animated character and inserting it into Unity, allowing for it to be playable in a game environment.
Software: Sculptris, Meshmixer, Mixamo, Unity
There will be three workshops in this series. You are not required to come to everyone, but consistent attendance is encouraged.
Related LibGuide: 3D Printing at Temple by Alex Wermer-Colan
- Tuesday, February 5, 2019 Show more dates
- 10:00am - 11:00am
- Paley Library Digital Scholarship Center (DSC)
- Main Campus