Just send the e-mail.
Just a tip: most people donīt like to spend much money at once or just canīt.
It would be probably better if you would have "little" chapters as well as a whole walkthrough for sale. That way people who want to spend the money can buy everything at once (probably with a little discount) and other people can buy chapters (that they need first for less money) for little money.
I was very excited to see your tutorial (the only
reason I joined the forum in the first place) so I would love to get more details about a DVD!!! I would have to save up for it because I live in Canada
and that means it is about double the price for me here. Thank-you for sharing you skill and taking the time to be so thorough.
Originally Posted by Niggle
Hehe being a fellow Canadian, I can tell you that the price wouldn't be double... We're not talking about the GBP (which is just over double the Canadian Dollar).
At the moment 1 US Dollar is the equivalent to 1.17 Canadian dollars... not that much of a difference
Here's a good link to help you convert money
I can't wait to see the dvd! I'm looking forward to seeing some of your work Niggle!
"Two things are infinite- The universe and Human stupidity... I'm not so sure about the universe" -Albert Einstein.
I think this is a great idea. I would be interested if it was a decent price.
One thing you may do to get a better guage of who would be interested is post it on a seperate topic in the 3d forum. The only way I knew you put this here was because another forum pointed me this way. I have saved your tut to my harddrive so I do not check this link much. I think alot more people would be interested if they knew about it.
You may just put a post to point them this way.
Just my 2 pennies. Thanks again for the great tut.
Really greaty tutorial. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and skill. Awesome sculpt too.
My God you make this look easy. I'm following along your tut w/ my own character, and I just spent all day just on the armature! I hope it gets a bit less frustrating from here.
However I'd be doing it completely backwards if it wasn't for this thread. So gracias!
I'll link to my piece soon so you can see that your time and energy that went into this tut is in fact being utilized by yet another one of your pupils.
Is sculpey III the only compound that can mix well w/ the super-sculpey? I have some of the super-flex, will that mix as well or at all? Recommended or no?
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wow wowow owowowow
I have some questions, I hope you (that is Smellybug) or someone else could answer them.
I'm not really into plumbing stuff and I can't seem to find some stuff but I found some things that kinda sound like they could be used:
http://www.dickblick.com/zz238/17/ <-- InstaCrete Shapes like modeling clay, then cures to a cement-like color, texture, and hardness. (Quik Epoxy)
Still need to get the propoxy and the Devcon 5 minute stuff (although I think I can get the last one pretty soon). Anyway, the only thing I'm not too sure about is the propoxy, is propoxy just the name of the epoxy used by Hercules Chemicals or is propoxy actually different from other epoxies like the link I gave.
How about these:
Holy CRAP!!! I mean how sic is dat, I applaud you man, das friggin' wicked, seriously, man.
Just want to thank smelly and all of you guys for what has been posted. Shows the real merit of the internet, and how you can learn things from others.
I will soon be trying my best to put it all to practice, and maybe in 20 years smell i may aspire to your sheer awsomeness!
Great that its like 2 years down the line and its still being used!
Thanks again to everyone!
i am truly inspired. and really happy, i just bought some super sculpey... So i was really happy to read that its not just crap! thank you for being so cool!
that is sick!
kool bug thing
where did you get the wir mesh for th webbings under the arms from?
Very nice work. I think I'll try it too
O_o cool "i will try tat at home" good luck, give us some more pics.*
*i mean some more pics about other works if u will make other smelly.
also im new i cant look at all forums and other works of u but u make cool things ..
Nice tutorial!!! i LOVE it, i will sketch a creature and try to make something!!
Of course that will not look so cool at all , but i hope get some fun!!
Thanks a lot for that tuts man!!
See before drawing, feel before understanding.
sickness tutorial bad dude, wow i really apreciate the time you took to do this. the entire proces is just kick ass.
and about the dvd yes it would be really cool to buy something made by you k´i guess 20 bucks is the right price.
I know nothing about sculpting and just happend to stumble across this section, very interesting tutorial, I think you have inspired me to give sculpting a try sometime
Thanks for the tutorial.
Although I just repeat the general sentiment in this thread, I couldn't help but post, besides, I just registered, there should be something associated with my name.
I am in awe. Truly, this is greatness. Both the artwork and the teaching of it.
Thank you very much.
Te pasaste loco, una obra genial, digna de dioses.
Espero poder realizar detalles tan elaborados como
los tuyos. Buen trabajo, felicitaciones!!!
Thank you for sharing!!
This is absolutely one of the GREATEST tutorials that I have ever read!!!!!
So many people have said how great this tutorial is that it seemed redundant to add my meager two cents, but I just had to.
Not just because of the information but I'm just so inspired when I see what you can do.
I love the dinosaur guy you did. I think a dino may be my next project. I know my son would love it.
I have never sculpted on real clay...just digital, but I really enjoyed looking at your workflow!