Just practicing in adding volume to objects.
From this: http://c.kam88.com/3CD6
Oh, yeah. If someone can suggest some videos or articles about it, I'll appreciate it ;)
over 2 years ago
Is this being done in Illustrator? If so, how are you doing this? (looks awesome btw)
Shaun, vector shape was created in Ai, then volume was added in Ps :)
Ah, ok. Sorry I can't help by providing any videos, etc. But it looks like you should be making the video for me =)
Sweet, indeed looks volumetric
Thanks guys :)
looks really nice man!!
You're very good at lighting stuff :D
really good work on lighting man :)
Great work on light, looks really 3D..
So, you just edited blending on those 2 layers, or you added more layers to achieve this effect?
Milos Mirkovic, here's how layers tab looks like: http://c.kam88.com/3CbQ
Generally I used soft brush :)
Juan, Miro, Asher, thank you guys!
This looks amazing, Kamil!
If you released the .psd file, people could make cool designs onto the doll :D
great shadows and lights, Kamil. i like this a lot:)
Troy, I don't think that .psd will be useful here. Screencast would be more helpful. Maybe I'll record one…
Claudiu, thank you :)
This totally blows me...
Great job! :) Guess you can check this one:
Oleg, yeah, I saw that course (it's really great btw), thanks :)
Also one of my favorites there:
Oleg, this one I saw too. Agree with you, really great video courses :)
by Michel Bozgounov
No Illustrator or Photoshop files were harmed during the process of making an alien head -- 100% pure Adobe Fireworks! ;-)
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over 2 years ago
I don't think there's a better source for learning how to ad proper volume to an object than a classic "drawing for dummies" in your bookstore :)
about 2 years ago
over 1 year ago
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