Imperial Knight Tutorial Set
The Templar Assault Mech tutorial is a training piece from our lead tutor Blue. Learn how to build a massive walking war robot based on the Knight Mechs from Warhammer 40,000!
- Hard Surface Professional Skills
- Polygon Modelling skills
- Spline Modelling skills
- Boolean Modelling skills
- Rigging skills
- Procedural animation and controller skills
- Project Management skills
This set will work with just about any 3d package although you will benefit from a hinge from edge tool. (you can script that in Modo and there is a new one for Maya) This set will work on any version of 3ds Max from version 8. Although newer versions DO have better booleaning tools.
The Imperial Knight Mech tutorial is a training piece from our lead tutor Blue. Learn how to build a massive walking war robot based on the Knight Mechanical Walkers from Warhammer 40k (although this one has a lot of modifications and changes to ensure that it can walk, move its arms and move about without any geometry ‘clipping’ through it) With fully rigged complex piston driven legs working from an IK chain with handles and controllers to a beautiful smooth high poly driven workflow, this set is exactly what you need to get your hard surface skills up to a high level.
The Knight Mech (Mechanical Walker) is a fantastic high polygon complex piloted robot that will teach you how to make beautiful detailed pieces in no time. Avoid common mistakes while learning the important parts of building any mechanical walker; Creating realistically moving and rigged systems that act like machines should while at the same time being attractive and fit for purpose! This is why Blue is considered one of the world’s foremost hard surface tutors!
You get thirty five hours of full audio and video tutorial. That is less than $1 an hour, as you are shown the entire process end to end in high quality full screen video with full commentary and tips by Blue for every step of the learning journey.
- Access to the Max files!
- All the WIPs
- Bonus features
Check out a smooth time lapse to get an idea of what you are missing while listening to some smooth music. The YouCanBlue YouTube channel has plenty more time lapses of this set so feel free to get a good idea of how it all looks before you decide that you want to commit.