Learn the "Hand-Painted" texturing style for video games
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Learn the "Hand-Painted" texturing style for video games

How to texture weapons and assets for your game props in the classic hand-painted texturing style!
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Created by 3dmotive LLC
Last updated 9/2016
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Includes:
  • 5.5 hours on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn the basics of modeling and unwrapping a low poly sword
  • Learn the fundamentals of creating beautiful "hand-painted" textures in Photoshop
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Requirements
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Maya is helpful, but not mandatory to follow along when painting
Description

Join over 23,000+ students in Udemy's #1 Game Art and Hand Painted Texturing course.

In this tutorial, we'll show you the creation process for modeling and texturing low poly weapons, with a strong emphasis on hand-painted texture maps. We'll start by modeling a sword in Maya, show the unwrapping process, and take you step-by-step through creating the hand-painted stylized textures for both a sword and a shield asset.

(Students - please look under Section 1 / Lecture 1 downloads for the source files associated with the lesson.)


About the Instructor:

Tyson Murphy attended the animation program at Brigham Young University. He's since worked for Disney Interactive (Avalanche), Chair Entertainment, and currently works as a Senior Character Artist on World of Warcraft for Blizzard Entertainment.

Who is the target audience?
  • Absolute beginners who have an interest in texturing game props with the hand-painted style
  • Beginners to Maya
  • Beginners to Photoshop
  • Anyone interested in learning the basics of prop modeling and texturing
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Curriculum For This Course
27 Lectures
05:29:03
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Modeling and Unwrapping the Sword
11 Lectures 01:30:26
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00:04

Source files for the course

Preview 01:20


Adding Depth to the Blade
10:12

Finishing up the Blade Model
07:00

Modeling the Hilt
06:31

Modeling the Handle
11:50

Final Adjustments to the Model
05:26

Unwrapping the Sword 1
18:52

Unwrapping the Sword 2
16:03

Adding the Shield to the UVs
06:52
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Texturing the Sword
8 Lectures 02:20:26

Hand Painting the Blade
23:14

Painting the Blade's Detail
16:23

Backside of the Blade
23:03

Painting the Hilt
19:53

Painting the Handle
16:52


Sword's Final Details
18:13
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Texturing the Shield
8 Lectures 01:38:13
Hand Painting the Shield 1
22:04

Hand Painting the Shield 2
17:42

Hand Painting the Shield 3
14:53

Hand Painting the Shield 4
13:32

Hand Painting the Shield 5
19:19


Adjusting the Resolution / Conclusion
04:23

Bonus Lecture: Further Learning with 3dmotive
00:21
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