scooby doo 2d to 3d wip (updated head added)

(TazyTiggy) #1

I made this drawing for my son, and he asked me to make it in blender for him, so here it is

2d drawing

3d wip

(valarking) #2

Well… it’s definatly a WIP.
The 2D image looks really good, but the 3d image is well… WIP. :wink:

(blengine) #3

the drawing is great! good luck peicing it together in 3d =D i hope it turns out awesome… u started with the easy parts i see :wink: u should try starting with the hard parts, that when when your done the hard stuff, u have something to look forawrd to, finishing the easy fun stuff =)

(Alltaken) #4

it looks as though you are making a 2d scooby picture than a proper 3d picture.

it looks like you are building up the outlines of the image rather than making a model in the same or similar pose.

can you take a shot from behind and still get the same pose from another angle or is the camera fixed.

other than that its a great idea

(Bapsis) #5

Very nice drawing, you deserve a Scooby-Snack for that!!! :wink:

As for the 3D, well, what can I say? I definatly agree with you that its very WIP. :wink:

I look forward to a more complete version, as i persume, so does your son. I wish my dad had worked in blender, but home computers wernt really even around then…God i feel old and im only 25!!! LOL :wink:

I hope you plan on teaching your son Blender when he’z able to have the patience to learn something complex (dont know how old he is). Start 'em young, and then hopefully retire early when they are Blending the next big screen hit!!! :wink:


Blend on, and blend well!!!

(TazyTiggy) #6

I made the outline so that I had a reference in blender to look at. When I put a background picture in blender it runs really really slow, my computer needs more power :frowning: . It is alittle hard because in the 2d picture he is sitting at an angle. From the front view it looks like everything is in line, however it is not.

I am only 23 and I know what you mean about home computers not really being around. My parents never had a computer, they still don’t have one. My son is 6, and he really enjoys working on the computer. He has learning games that he plays on here. He loves watching me make stuff in blender, and he always wants to see the newest things that I have made.

(Ecks) #7

try to uv map the pic on a place behind your model…this way it will not laggg! nice start…well…nice WIP! :smiley:

(TazyTiggy) #8

scooby has a head now.