Toby Pitman

Toby Pitman is a music producer and insanely talented guitarist in his day job and at night a keen and equally talented 3D artist. In this Unplugged interview I discuss with Toby his career as a musician, how he got into 3D and how he came to be the host of the popular 3D modelling training Making It Look Great 11: Hard Surface Modelling Tactics for Cinema 4D.

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  1. Scott
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    Always great to see how others work, what else they are into and how they came to be good at the various things, appreciate the interview. Although still working through MLG11, looking forward to the things hinted at coming down the road from you two.

  2. Stephen
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    MILG 11 is fantastic – I’d go so far as to say the best money I’ve ever spent on a series of tutorials. Thanks – hope to see more from Toby!

  3. Grischa
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    Hi there,

    MILG is the best tutorial on hard surface modeling I’ve seen so far. Congrats!

    Just one question which forum are you guys talking about in the interview exactly?

    Thanks!

    • David Uebergang
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      @Grischa the slack chat is this link I believe: https://3dmodellers.slack.com

      Also big ups John and Toby…. MILG’s been so useful for me, really enjoying modelling now and all the content you two are putting out together.

  4. Mirza
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    If all the tutorials I’ve watched so far about modeling a Yugo, MILG11 is not a Mercedes, it’s a boing jet. Amazing course. Anyone wanting to learn 3D Modeling should get this course ASAP.

  5. Chris Jones
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    After three years of meandering around YouTube etc trying to gain a foothold in Cinema 4D I happened upon MILG10. That confirmed I was doing some things ok. So that prompted me to get MILG11 and my mind has been blown. Toby Pitman is fantastic and thorough and reassuringly straightforward, he makes you feel like you can do it. Great set of tutorials. It was towards the end of the tactics videos, his approach to modelling a helical thread, that made me realise how good this is. Go on YouTube and try to find a decent, straightforward tutorial to model a thread that is adaptable, editable etc…

    Look forward to more in the future, keep up the great work guys!

  6. Michiel
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    Damn, don’t you just hate those people who just seem to be good at EVERYTHING! 😛

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