And since sketchbooks section is far more lively than "tutorials and tips" one, i will move my minituts to my sketchbook.
This time its a few, about construction and modelling,
i made two similar in case you dont understand something in first, you can find
answer in second. Or you can ask me here, i will try to give best answer i can.
Please let me know what you would like future tuts be-
maybe about color or anything else?
Cheers guys, hope you enjoy)
Last edited by conte; September 11th, 2011 at 12:29 PM.
Hey, conte, some of your tutorials are really helpful for learning to see the planes! I like your studies, simplifications and planes are really nicely done. http://i.imgur.com/klqrL.jpg really like this one for the cut-out shapes, nice use of cast shadow!
@Takashmen, thanks man. I hope it will
@Ellion, thank you, Ilya glad you like.
@PkMike, thanks Mike!
@Kingkostas, thanks King! I love your stuff, mate. You have a such a powerful design sense.
also great rendering skills. Much respect.
I was thinking today on how to save expression of drawing in render and
then some principe born in my head. I am not pretending to be original, and
propably i am wrong with it. But i thought i should share!
@Reika, thanks a lot for these words, gives me energy to go forward really. hugs!
since i dont have much to show now i'll share my brushset, that i use to paint most of the time now. Simple, small and basic.
*click on image to get tools file
Thanks so much for all these tutorials conte! I did a study this morning using the vector thechnique! Simple excerises like that are like yoga for painting. Things always get over complicated in my head. Ive been thinking more and more that my painting process needs to start more like those exercises, just focusing on form lighting and colors. Then sub divide!! Hehe, 3d term...
I... think I want to eat your brain. Or something else, that'll magically give me your superpowers.
Thank you sooo much for those tutorials! Especially the ones from this post. Damn! Thanks again for the inspiration
@Malakuko, thanks Marc! Glad you've found it useful And yes, i totally agree- sometimes we do things overcomplicated. Sub-d, then chamfer and extrude )
@Reika, thank you
@Windmaker, believe me, my brains are full of shit, better find something tastier Cheers man)
I made a new video for my dusty youtube channel
and some quick sketch
Last edited by conte; October 1st, 2011 at 05:14 PM.