Sunday, November 30, 2008
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for those of you looking for inspiration or wondering what kind of artwork you want to produce, check out these places. there's a blog called sketchwich. lots of really inspiring stuff. once you get to the blog, check out the links, too. also check out design studio press. its a publishing company founded by concept artist scott robertson, an instructor at the art center college of design in pasadena, california. there's also a website called cfsl.net, which is a collection of visual artists from france. the artwork is amazing! the internet is a valuable resource for inspiration and instruction. you might even find out exactly what kind of work you want to do. it also means that all of these artists are our competition, so lets do what we can to help each other out!
i meant to show you guys some of my old photoshop work at the demo last thursday but sorta forgot. I think most of these were done in 05'. more importantly than lacking the technical photoshop abilities, i jus didnt have much experience with fundamental art aesthetics. It wasnt til i met professor D that my artwork really began to improve and it was guys like ant, damani and tim that showed me how to apply those skills digitally using photoshop around 2006.
Friday, November 21, 2008
Anyone who's tried to find any books on this guy knows it's impossible, so I bought it on impulse when we went to the Brooklyn Museum and there it was!! But at the same time I was pretty sure there were putting it back into production and they were =( I lucked out and bought it full price, here's the link:
Posted by Unknown at 3:30 PM
Ciro and I really appreciated the turnout last night. We would both be more than happy to teach you guys more if anyone is interested. We have plenty of ideas in the works as far as getting everyone more knowledgeable about digital rendering. We are both still learning, but we'd be more than happy to share all we know. For those of you interested in seeing work by artists that work digitally, here are a few sites you can visit; goodbrush.com (these are works by artist craig mullins) He was trained by one of photoshop's creators. There is also steambot, james paick, feng zhu, scott robertson, and goro fujita(area56), to name a few. many of these artists have careers in the game and film industry as well as publishing their own books.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
A lil something I made during Damani's tutorial. You and Ciro were awesome by the way, all that stuff was really useful, and I really wish my digital illustration class was like that every week haha. I very much hope that you fellas do some more.
Anybody else who made a polar bear during the tutorial put it up! I'm curious to see how different they are from one another.
Edit: I tried making it a little darker, and I think I like it better.
Part of a light ,temperature, and colour study project I'm doing.I put the tiny touches on it when i got off from work today figured I'd put it up now. Still needss some adjustments but I like where its going.
Again The timelapse is also viewable here if you're interested in seeing how I work.
Posted by Anonymous at 8:48 PM
Exhale 1 timelapse from Ironfox on Vimeo.
Video of a image I'm currently working on, This isn't edited beyond speeding it up and it displays how I got to the image. The image will be posted soon, but I'm still tweaking it a bit. Was also TestingVimeos quality.
Posted by Anonymous at 12:15 PM