Some tests with welding

Some tests with welding

Some tests with welding

Some tests with welding

Test render in Modo

Starting on the bump for the rubber.

Bit more work with the dirt mask, added some decals and playing with different colours.

Bit more work with the dirt mask, added some decals and playing with different colours.

Bit more work with the dirt mask, added some decals and playing with different colours.

Bit more work with the dirt mask, added some decals and playing with different colours.

Bit more work with the dirt mask, added some decals and playing with different colours.

Bit more work with the dirt mask, added some decals and playing with different colours.

Bit more work with the dirt mask, added some decals and playing with different colours.

Bit more work with the dirt mask, added some decals and playing with different colours.

Bit more work with the dirt mask, added some decals and playing with different colours.

Bit more work with the dirt mask, added some decal and playing with different colours. Need to fix the bullets.

Peter Aversten - Follow Along

I’m a hobbyist who loves modelling and texturing.

This is just where I am going to post my work as I follow along.

I picked up Mari a few years ago and for an age was overwhelmed – however watching and unpicking everything I could find on the net and in magazines I was eventually able to start with the basics. One of the resources I found was Peter’s original series, over at meshmen I think. He said he was going to run this node based series and I patiently waited, and probably occasionally pestered him a bit – and here it is. It’s a goldmine of information.

Follow along with Peter’s Mari node-graph tutorials here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl8q9Uiq_fRPW4mYK71C-oA

For my learning style I watch, listen and then draw up the graphs on paper, then I go copy exactly as much as I can on Peter’s model, then do the same on one of my own models, and when I don’t understand, I can always post a question or ask live.

There is very little information or tutorials out there, particularly with this amount of detail.

So grab a coffee and come along on a Sunday and Wednesday evening.