I am currently starting my own tutorial channel, working on making very comprehensive tutorials with project files that will go slow and cover every step.
I'd like some feed back and ideas for future tutorials. I am also doing 3ds max ones, so please know that I am willing to cover than and most other softwares.
I plan to, over the course of the next year or so make tutorials for creating quality projects in After Effects, focus on Photoshop, nDo2 tutorials, texturing workflow tutorials, high poly modeling tutorials, UDK, some programming taught by someone else, as well as a lot of Cryengine 3.
The primary reason I started this channel is that I find that there are SO many questions people have when it come to Cryengine and a lack of quality tutorials. My goal is to clearly explain, and go slow, show the step by step, and provide project files to allow people to really be able to make the things with an understanding of what they are doing.
The same goes for 3ds Max, when I started learning, I had a LOT of questions, I want to help other people with that, and help answer a lot of the questions I had.
I would love some feed back about the pace I teach at, what could use more clarity, what you think I should do next.
I must let you know, I do not do anything character related, I am an inorganic modeler, maybe someday later this year or next year I will get into a rigging weapons, attachments, and adding character tutorials, but not anytime soon.
There is a lot on the horizon and I plan to release a lot of content and stick to this, so please don't worry about, ohhh he isn't committed, there won't be much more.
There will be. Not only that but your feedback and comments will increase the quality of the tutorials. I'm working to make a more standardized system for releasing, narrating, and uploading content that makes it predictable.
For example, my description hold the links to the Dropbox project files for any lesson, if a lesson has no project files it say so. There is a quick overview of what is covered, as well as providing links for software used in the lesson you might not have and letting you know what you need before the lesson starts.
There is a lot more to come so stay tuned and PLEASE, give me feedback and let me know what you would like!
Thanks for reading my wall of text,
Link to the channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/DCCTutorials?feature=mhee
I am uploading a 1 hour tutorial that should get you fully acquainted with Cryengine 3 if you are just starting out and I hope this will be of some use to people.
Please request more tutorials!