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Aaron's Art Tips Archives - The Art of Aaron Blaise As a chance to experiment with my new Hair Brushes Volume 2 Set and in honor of “May the 4th” I thought it might be fun to do a quick speed painting of one of my favorite characters. Enjoy! Continue reading pullin shapes - Roadkill UV Tool Quality of Life Enhancement Device for Computer Artists Roadkill If a good proportion of your life is spent texture mapping polygon meshes, then you should probably install Roadkill. Sayaka Ouhito Japanese artist Sayaka Ouhito is an illustrator, and perhaps a concept artist. I’m unsure about the latter as I can’t read Japanese and, save for this relatively uninformative interview, there seems to be very little information available about her in English. Other than that, I know little about her, just my own impressions of the delightful drawing and Miyazaki-like charm that make her work so appealing.

80+ Excellent Cinema 4D Tutorials and Best Practices CINEMA 4D is a 3-D application that is popular amongst matte painters in film production, largely due to the BodyPaint 3D functionality. It is equally popular amongst motion graphics artists, thanks to its excellent integration with compositing application pipelines, and a very artist-friendly, customizable workflow and interface. It has been used for films such as Chronicles of Narnia, Beowulf, Polar Express, Spiderman 3 and Monster House. CINEMA 4D’s intuitive interface and logical workflow make it possible for those new to 3D artistry to dive in and be productive quickly. Feedback is smooth and interactive so you can let your creativity run free. It’s been weeks, since we have been Rounding-Up Excellent Cinema 4D Tutorials and Best Practices which can help you to create amazing 3D graphics.

Raphael Lacoste Raphael Lacoste is an illustrator, visual development artist and art director for the gaming and film industries. He is currently working with Ubisoft as Brand Art Director for the Assasin’s Creed franchise, which is noted for its beautiful environments. Lacoste’s other gaming credits include: Prince of Persia: The sands of Time and Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones. He has also worked as a matte painter and designer for feature films like Terminator: Salvation, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Jupiter Ascending and Repo Men. Lacoste’s website features galleries of his work in several areas. He works digitally, primarily in Photoshop, and his images make beautiful use of atmospheric perspective and severely limited palettes.

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Hibbli3D - Sexy Bits! Heyhey… I. Saints or Sinners released Finally Rinil got her first solo mission! katsuyoshi koya Today is not exactly a translation, but it does have to do with the Fire Emblem 25th Anniversary book. The book features five special illustrations that have Marth, Sigurd, Eliwood, Ike, and Lucina, each drawn by the same character artists in charge of their respective games. You may view them on the book’s compilation post here, but I wanted to make individual pages for each one, too. So, today, I provide Katsuyoshi Koya (character designer in Mystery of the Emblem and Genealogy of the Holy War)’s artwork of Sigurd. I went out of my way to clean it up for people who wanted the artwork.

Mirex's homepage So here are some programs. Some useful, some useless; you decide. Few of them are old-style command line exes, so if you are running them from windows, it's better to run command line window (Menu/Run... command ) and to run them from there. Leviathan Leviathan - is Final Fantasy 7 monsters database. Paperpokés - Pokémon Papercraft: BLASTOISE 009 / BLASTOISE - Pokémon PapercraftName: Blastoise Type: Water Species: Shellfish Pokémon Height: 1.6 m (5'03") Weight: 85.5 kg (188.5 lbs.) Interesting Facts: Blastoise is a large, bipedal, blue tortoise-like Pokémon with a tough brown shell and two powerful water cannons, which are like steel in appearance, that jut out of the top sides of its shell. The cannons can be withdrawn inside the shell, or rotated to point backwards; this enables Blastoise to commence jet assisted rams. THE PAPER MODEL Height: 15.9 cm/ 6.3 in Width: 22.2 cm/ 8.7 in Depth: 23.5 cm/ 9.3 in Pages: 7 Pieces: 55 Level: Medium Designer: Brandon Photo: LuIS NOTES: This one is moderately easy, just follow the numbers and included instructions. Download: A4 / Letter

Find Free Poser Models, Props, 3D Characters & Content – Smith Micro Over 5 GB of FREE 3D Content Included with Poser Loads of Content Ready for Action You'll want to get started building 3D scenes with characters as soon as you've installed Poser. We make that easy with professionally built characters, lots of clothing and props and even full scenes. Danny Santos II - Professional Photographer in Singapore When I’m out on the streets, I often encounter faces that make me look twice; faces that stand out in the crowd without trying; faces that are out of the ordinary. They range from the exquisitely beautiful to the strangely wonderful. I started to approach these strangers for permission to take a photo of them. Some said no, but most said yes. After taking their portrait, I’d say ‘thank you’ and walk on along. I didn’t ask for their names, or where they came from, or what they do, because I wanted the viewers to see them how I saw them: as beautiful strangers.

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