Realistic Face Creation in Blender

Realistic Face Creation in Blender


In this course, I will walk you through my approach for creating a realistic face in Blender! Everything is made using a free software package- Blender, XNormal, Photoshop/Krita.

I will explain to you some basics of facial anatomy and give tips and tricks on how to find all the most important landmarks in your sculpture.

After this, I gonna walk you through all the stages necessary to create a believable face.

When we will be done with the face, I gonna introduce you to a Hair Particle System implemented in Blender. I’ll show you how to groom your character, and create all the facial hair.

In the end, I will present to you my material setup and explain how to render your work in Cycles.

What’s inside:

Video Tutorials:

  1. Introduction and reference talk- Short intro and talk about gathering proper references
  2. Skull anatomy and proportions- I will show you bone landmarks to look for in your sculpting process, as well as proportions of the face. In the end, we gonna look at some real-life photos and figure out what lies beneath the skin.
  3. Face anatomy and fat landmarks- Here we will focus on specific parts of the face, like mouth or eyes and fat tissues that sit under skin. In the end, like in the previous one, we gonna take a look at the reference photos.
  4. Base sculpting- We will sculpt our base mesh on top of which we gonna build proper topology.
  5. Face fixing- In this video, we’re gonna take our retopoed model in order to refine proportions and fix basic shapes.
  6. UVing- We will do a UV mapping for our character.
  7. Sculpting- Here we will finally do sculpting of the face.
  8. Detailing- I will show you how to utilize alphas in order to create believable pores and wrinkles.
  9. Baking- We will bake all the essential textures in XNormal.
  10. Texturing- In 2D software we will paint necessary textures for our character.
  11. Introduction to hair particle system- Here I will introduce you to Blender particle system and walk you through methods of generating and controlling the hair guides.
  12. Main Groom- I’ll show you how to groom your hairstyle.
  13. Facial hair groom- Here we will do eyebrows, eyelashes, beard and peach fuzz for our character.
  14. Material Setup- And last but not least. I will show you how to plug all the textures and shade your character properly.


  1. Low poly Mesh.
  2. High Poly Mesh.
  3. Base Mesh.

Blend files:

  • Final Composition
  • Face with multi-res modifier
  • Face with multi-res modifier and hq details.


  1. Txt file with helpful links
  2. Transcripts.


Basic knowledge of Blender. (I don’t explain every tool and shortcut I use)


Average rating: 5.00 out of 5 stars
2 reviews
5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star
  • Definitely worth it!!!

    The course is amazing and has so many helpful tips and tricks, everything is covered in a great amount of detail, a great explanation of all the key aspects needed for the model.

    The concepts are well explained, Konrad outlines an easy to follow workflow.
    This course has drastically improved my Blender workflow and I will suggest this to anyone who is interested in 3D.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews

    Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • Surpassed my expectation!

    This course really delivers. I was able to achieve results that were beyond my expectation as a beginner:
    The concepts are well explained and Konrad outlines an easy to follow workflow.

    As a note for people considering it, I would say this is a course for advanced beginners. If you don’t know your way around Blender and didn’t sculpt basic shapes before, you may struggle. For example, it will clearly guide you on how to sculpt the main landmarks of a face but it won’t explain to you when to use Clay or Crease brushes. So I highly recommend you go over the basics of sculpting, modeling and texturing before jumping into this.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews

    Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • You must log in and be a buyer of this product to submit a review.

    Comments are closed.