Not that satisfied, but still my first. I'm trying to learn different digital techniques on painting characters with a nice rendering. For this, I like the hairs and the costume. I think the background look good too! I really don't like her face that much. I think I will have to practice painting portraits. I have this tendency to sculpt the face too much, which give this too realistic feel.
Still working hard on it! It look way better with the background... Might be a bit hard when I will be printing it. It’s going quite well, so I might finish it today! I've been exploring to try to find the right brushes for my fanart illustration series.
Next one will be a Chun-Li pinup. I’m going to try a different technique by starting will a lineart and see if I like it better. I need to find the perfect lineart brush.
First Dr. Sketchy session with a man as model? He posed as a lumberjack.
I tried watercolor during this life drawing session. It was great to try and explore. I used the sakura koi watercolors kit. I like it, but it doesn't blend that much, giving more of a markers effect. The clothes and accessories were colorful and fun to draw.
The mesh of a character I am making for practice. I actually really want to learn how to do a custom rig, so I made a character. It is also to have a nice simple character to animate. I just don't fell like animating the free 3dsMax provided on the internet. There isn't any I want to animate. I would be glad to share the finish product when it will be done.
Last bit of drawing before starting school. My old ID picture doesn't please me anymore, so I voted for a change. I tried to found an idea for a new profile picture without being me drawing on a drawing table. So, I am going to war with my paint brush.
I recently had the urge to draw. It's a shame that I don't draw much in 3D. I miss it, a lot. But I need to practice my 3D much more now...
This is my first time trying that kind of doodles. I wanted something to get my creativity flowing. It is also some inspirations I can sometime look at to get new ideas, as it doesn't represent anything.
Ok, I wanted to draw for fun, so what is better than doodling. You don't thing too much and it's relaxing.
The result: hum, shapes, more shapes, what about petals, leaves, a monster?, root, pattern, leaves, seaweeds, water? and a bit more details...well, nothing is matching, but I had a lot of fun. Very inspiring too.
The 3D work of Chihiro from Spirited Away is done . All modeled and textured. I am not totally happy with the face, but it will do for this one. I had to adjust the modelling after applying the face diffuse. I just learned how to do a better face modelling for 2D looking characters. I am now going to the next step of transferring the model to Paperkura software.
The face in Illustrator:
Diffuse in Photoshop (Using flat colors like in the original movie):
Model in 3DS Max:
Low poly mesh adapted for building a papercraft out of it.