Futuristic Set Design with James Clyne Conceptual Environments for Feature Film Production English | AVC1 1024 x 768 | MP3 128 Kbps | 320 MB Genre: eLearning
In this first of three DVDs in a series, James will cover a wide range of Adobe Photoshop techniques that he uses as a concept designer in the feature film industry. Focusing on the subject of futuristic architectural landscapes, James starts with a blank page and quickly delves right into such topics as sketch ideation directly in Photoshop and blocking in a dynamic composition. Setting itself apart from other concept art techniques, this DVD concentrates heavily on the smooth integration of photo reference and high-end conceptualization ideas, or what James terms Photoshop kit bashing , blurring the line between photo and ideation rendering. Subjects such as Photoshop layer properties, creating custom brushes, and developing architectural concepts are also covered.
Digital Sketching in Photoshop Kit Bashing Masking and Layer Properties How to Render with Indication Rendering with Photorealism, but Keeping it Impressionistic Conceptual Architectural Understandings
01: Loose Digital Sketching 02: Manipulating Reference Photography 03: Composition / Hot Keys 04: Kit Bashing 05: Masking / Choosing Colors 06: 2D Texture Mapping 07: Adding More Objects to the Composition 08: More Photo Scrap / Render with Indication 09: Keeping it Fresh 10: Custom Brushes / Progression of Detail 11: Dodge Layer / Adjusting for Perspective 12: Adding a Figure for Scale 13: The Home Stretch: Final Details
Video codec: QuickTime Video: 1024 x 768 Audio: AAC, Mono, 22.050 kHz