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November 21st, 2006 #1
EOW #42 - Inside ShoeMaker Shop - Add Dimension - plan it for 3D & Sculpt
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Inside Shoemaker's Shop
What is it all about? I think it's time your drawinds get ... usefull
Let's see if your concepts are inspiring for the 3D people.
See the other challenges these guys were invovled in.
see page 2 also.. and keep going.
In about 2 weeks we should give them some concepts and all the other drawings they need to model in 3D or simply SCULPT our enviroenments.
I remember taking a walk with Sharpshooter to the miniature museum in Lyon - maybe we can design such things here.
Sharpshooter - can you fill in some of you pictures man?
Picture it as a sculpture too. Make all the drawings a 3D guy will need (more like the plan and add extra details)
December is comming - the shoemaker's place.. can be a nice start for your Christmass card.. and it it gets built in 3D and you get a nice render.. it shouldnt be too bad , rigth? Or.. a sculpture of the place.. hmmm
SUNDAY, Dec. 3rd 2006
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Here you go. I'll search for more and post them tomorow
November 21st, 2006 #3
November 21st, 2006 #4
So you want a detailed environment shot + a overhead plan perhaps?
Can anyone explain what the shoemakers shop really is?
Is it like a shop where they sell shoes or more like the shoemakers home?
Because i see a bath and diningroom in the snapshots, maybe stupid questions but i am not familiar with it.
November 21st, 2006 #5
the shoemaker's shop - it's whatever you want it to be. His place where he makes and repairs the shoes, or the store, or the secret room where he is trying his crazy shoes on dead bodies.
The photos sharpshooter took are from MINIATURES. Those rooms are as big as .. your sketchbook. They have character and nice light and everything.
No matter the angle you were looking at them ... you could see something interesting and they had DEPTH in the meaning that you could always see something that will give more meanings to the place.
Sharpshooter posted these pictures so we can imagine it BUILT by the 3D guys... in miniature just like these ones.
Also... we should think about the digital guys who need more details as they are facing every vertex of the enviroenments we will design.
November 21st, 2006 #6
this topic doesnt seem like it would be easy for a 3d artist to recreate. probably the worst idea for 3d art in the environment section. dont mean to be rude or anything.
with that said i wouldnt mind modeling a factory type setting with an assembly line.
November 22nd, 2006 #7
November 23rd, 2006 #8
Here is my attempt so far, please give me crit's on this.
My first work of this kind ever but it was very fun to do, i will join the weekly activities more, it gets me out of my usual ideas.
"This is where the mysterious shoemaker work who in the eyes of the locals seems to be a nice old man but in disguise works on shoes day and night in he's shoe-shaped house, but he can always make up a good excuse for the smoke coming up from the "shoe".
So basicly it's pretty free how the modeller/sculptor want to approach this, if somebody is interested.
The thing with the tower is that he sit's in the work chair that can go around the tower at all heights and there he works in different stages on different levels of the tower, all tools and supplies are stored in the tower.
The curtain covers his workspace in case of unexpected visitors.
Go easy on me, first time i'm in the EOW, especially when it has to be ready for a modeller/sculptor.
Last edited by Lazy; November 23rd, 2006 at 06:35 PM.
November 23rd, 2006 #9
wow thats alot more creative than anything i could have thought up... very nice man
November 24th, 2006 #10
Oblio...I want to do this. However, there is no way by Monday...can this be extended? Since there is only one entry now, and only one other expressing interest...I beg you.
November 24th, 2006 #11
Lazy that is very cool! The chair would be more stabile if it was attached to the walls for the shoe. A spiral track along the wall would be better than a long pole you have right now.
I think the idea of your shoe house is so cool, that you really should do a hero piece. A wonderful render of the interior!my homepage: http://www.trickstertoys.com
November 26th, 2006 #12
November 26th, 2006 #13Originally Posted by Oblio
November 28th, 2006 #14
lazy - that think looks real good - but you know the 3D guys will scream for details! Maybe we can delilver them something - i'm planning to give them a whole month to built this enviroenment.
November 28th, 2006 #15
InFlux : Hey thanks man, glad you liked it.
dragon4lunch : Thanks!, That's a good idea, and more convinient, but i want it more comical and wonky so i think im sticking with the first.
Oblio : Thanks, yeah i understand what you mean, but if anyone would like to try on mine, they would have free hands when it comes to the detail's
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