digital sculpture » Scott Eaton Studios click for larger The White Horse is finally installed in London. This is the project of artist Mark Wallinger and was originally planned as a towering 50m tall horse (as tall as the Statue of Liberty) to be erected in the countryside of Kent and visible from the Eurostar. But around the big crash, arts budgets downsized and so did the scale of the horse. Now it is only a very average ‘life-sized’, but it is still striking in its crisp white finish and realism. About a year ago I worked with the team from Sample & Hold to refine the digital version of the horse, based on a scan of Mark’s actual horse.
Skin Tones Tutorial, skin, tone, skin tone Why do we use a Pallette? Our eyes can sometimes deveive us. Everyone's eyes see slightly different colors. bodies-in-motion » Scott Eaton Studios BODIES in MOTION PROJECT click for full resolution Welcome to the Bodies in Motion page. This is a small exhibition of photographs from Scott's Bodies in Motion Project. Power Posers - Miniature anatomical figurines for artists by Digital Double Latest pitch video here More photos here: www.facebook.com/armaturenine Power Posers is the first ever line of miniatures dedicated to artists, illustrators, comic book artists, storyboard artists, sculptors and anyone else that is enthusiastic about miniatures, gaming and the human figure. Backers get to pick from a total of 45 unique poses (90 counting male and female). Power Posers gives artists a personal life drawing model they can hold in their hands and view from any angle and under any lighting condition, readily available whenever inspiration hits.
Jeanloup Sieff (1933 – 2000) was a Master French photographer Born in Paris to Polish parents Jeanloup Sieff (1933 - 2000) began shooting fashion photography in 1956 and joined the Magnum Agency in 1958, which enabled him to travel extensively. Settling in New York for much of the sixties he worked for Esquire, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue and Elle, photographing celebrities such as Jane Birkin, Yves Saint-Laurent, Rudolf Nureyev and Alfred Hitchcock amongst others. Sieff won numerous prizes including the Prix Niepce, the Chevalier des Arts et Lettres in Paris in 1981 and the Grand Prix National de la Photographie in 1992, and his work is housed in many private and international collections. Artist in Action Introduction The human figure has been central to the creation of art for thousands of years. Starting with the ancient Greeks and Romans, artists sought perfection in representation of the figure. Until the 20th century, it was the central theme of artistic endeavor and the benchmark against which artist skill was measured. Recently interest has reemerged, and especially in the applied digital arts - games, film, and commercials – where there are production demands for figurative skills. This short series of lessons, three in all, attempts to cover some important aspects of creating figures digitally in ZBrush.
Female Anatomy for Artist - Ultra-high resolution female photo references – Female-Anatomy-for-Artist.com We have exciting news. With our new stereoscopic 3D references you can get one step closer to having a real nude anatomy model for your drawing in your living room anytime you need. Each pose is taken from 8 angles, which you can see either in 2D as 2 photos side by side (3840 x 1140 px) or in 3D on your 3D TV or 3D monitor as a standard 1920 x 1080 px resolution MPO file. Check out it here. First, before the suggestions, some feedback: Great site.
Enrico Nawrath Enrico Nawrath Website (Enrico Nawrath) © Enrico Nawrath - all rights reserved 3D Scanning on a Budget In this very short article I want to show you how to achieve some fairly decent 3D scans for under $200 using AgiSofts PhotoScan software.. The software its self is very simple and the photos can be taken from any positions, providing that an object to be reconstructed is visible on at least two of the images. Both image alignment and 3D model reconstruction is fully automated so there is no need for lengthy calibration processes. For this example I've used my good friend and co worker Andy Turner you can check out some of his animation work here Supermachine Here you can see Ive taken 9 photographs using my Nikon D80.
How to Paint Rain in Watercolor Paintings - The Artist's Life The initial idea of this watercolor painting came to my mind when I was caught at the bus station waiting until a heavy rain was over. I took several photos on my cell phone while I was there. You can see how different are all these pictures are! The rain itself continued not longer than 5-7 minutes, but sometimes it changed significantly in seconds. The light changed as well. When the rain got stronger, the light got dim and red/brown hues appeared, as you can see on the top right picture. PEOPLE Stock Photographs, Pictures Links Master Page by Wernher Krutein and PHOTOVAULT® This page contains links to our existing photo pages on PEOPLE. These photographs are available for licensing in any media. For Pricing, General Guidelines, and Delivery information click here. You may contact us thru email or by phone for more information on the use of these images, and any others in our files not shown here. See Also MASTER PAGES: AEROSPACE | AMPHIBIANS | ART | AVIATION | BIRDS | CARS | CITIES | DINOSAURS | DISASTERS | ENTERTAINMENT | FISH | FLORA | FOOD | GOVERNMENT | HEALTH | HERPITILES | INDUSTRY | INSECTS | MAMMALS | MILITARY | NATURE | PALEONTOLOGY | PEOPLE | PLANETS | PROTOPHYTA | RAIL | RECREATION | RELIGION | REPTILES | SPORTS | TECHNOLOGY | TRANSPORTATION | GROUND VEHICLES | UNIVERSE
Z4 Beta Testing By: Ryan Kingslien (Nudity) Thank you Pixologic for another amazing update to ZBrush! It was truly a pleasure to be on the other end of the beta team and to see ZBrush with fresh eyes.For those just getting their heads around ZBrush 4, here is a list of my favorite features:Shadowbox: The single biggest update for me. Quickly create sculptable geometry using nothing more than a mask.