IT'S ART - Your CG source of inspiration and learning Making of Little Fishes Hey there, I m so happy to be here and thanks to CGArena to give me the opportunity to share my workflow with you. A little bit about me, I am a freelance character artist working from France and I made this character during some spare time. Let’s get down to business. First of all I always start by sketching the idea of how the final image will look. Also I like to have my character standing in a natural pose, as you can see on this frame she is just standing up looking at us. I always start with some basic shape for the body, nothing complex just to get the idea of the volume and the I refining the shape step by step, adding details. I also used different Grey tone to have a better contrast like here the eyebrow appear in a darker grey then the skin, same thing for the eyes. The textures are pretty easy just simple diffuses for everything except the skin who also have a SSS, no use of bump map or normal map.
Double Exposure Effect Photoshop Tutorial | You And Saturation Welcome to a new easy-and-quick tutorial for Adobe Photoshop, it’s nice to you read us once again. We know you are very interested in learning how to get great and trendy effects on your designs in a easy way. So this time let’s learn how to create a double exposure effect. What is it about this effect? Step 01. The first thing that we’ll to do is open the main image we use as a base (I used a bear photo from Pexels.com) and in which will project the another one. Next, press the Q key for access to the Quick Mask Mode and then select the Brush tool (B) for starting to trace the contours of the main figure, in this case, the bear’s head from one extreme to another. Note: I want to trim the image in an easier and faster way, but you can do it in a conventional way using the Pen tool for creating a vector mask. Step 02. Once traced the contours, select the Paint Bucket Tool (G) always in the quick mask mode. Step 03. Step 04. Step 05. Step 06. Step 07. Step 08. Step 09. Step 10. Step 11. Step 12.
Social Network for Art ists - Art, Digital Art, Computer Graphics Art 3D Total Interviews Click the image to go to the tutorial on painting this image. 3D Total: During your career, you've worked as a web designer, storyboard artist, director, photographer and artist/illustrator, amongst other things. Which has been your favourite industry and role to work in and why? Robert Chang: It's funny, I've made my living mostly as a visual artist, but that actually ranks the lowest on my list of passions.
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