Concept Art from Lecture

Posted by Sam Hayes On Friday, October 30, 2009
Today we had the first class of our next set of Maya tutorials. Alan's scene, which we will eventually create, looks very impressive. It has a lot of detail and I'm looking forward to building it (But slightly nervous)

This afternoon we had our first concept art classes with Phil, which I thought was fantastic. He let us all loose with a tablet, which allowed us to get a feel for using it as well as trying out some styles and brushes in photoshop. Phil's work looks brilliant, and he showed us the process for creating our own high quality work.

I tried out some of the techniques on the tablet, below is what I came out with. I'm looking forward to cracking on with my project now.

I planon using my tablet this weekend to try and create some scenes.

3 Responses to 'Concept Art from Lecture'

  1. anewman said...'> 30 October 2009 at 18:17

    I like mushrooms :)


  2. matt hyland said...'> 31 October 2009 at 00:08

    I like this to dude :)


  3. tutorphil said...'> 31 October 2009 at 13:52

    I'm sure Phill Hosking covered this, but try not to draw too literally in the first instance; while Alex might light your mushrooms, I see them as a bit restrictive both in terms of their literalism and their scale... okay, I know it's early days, but embrace impressionism and try not to 'draw', try instead to 'evoke'! (But also have fun with it!).


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