October 29, 2011
This is a sketch I did for Luca Z. (the author of ABAKAN 2288) while working in the DSP booth today during the Lucca Comics and Games show. It's a paint over of the prototype for his next resin kit. You can see the primer grey model in the FG of the picture I posted to my FB page of him signing his new book. I snapped a shot with my camera and colorized and weathered it up a bit. Still more to do if it's going to be used as a final rendering for anything beyond the blog. Today is also his birthday, so be sure to wish him well on his FB page!
October 21, 2011
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October 17, 2011
As I finish up my renderings for BLAST I'll some detail shots here as there will not be enough room in the book to include them. Now that the workshop weekend is over I'm hustling to get all of the renderings done so the book will release on time in March. A little delay in that progress will be my attendance again at the Design Studio Press booth in Lucca, Italy October 28th through November 1st. If you are in that area the end of next week be sure to stop by an say hello!
Posted by scoro at 11:13 AM
October 14, 2011
Here is an example of another way I find inspiration for some of my environments. I call them "wallscapes" because I generate the the first image by pacing my camera on a wall and taking a picture. The wall then becomes the ground plane for my rendering and anything sticking out from the wall becomes the start for my architecture. In this case the raw image is a wallscape of the building on the corner of Younge and Dundas in Toronto. The other two images are stages of the work-in-progress of this piece. You can see I still have quite aways to go. I hope I can get it done before BLAST needs to go to press. If not, it goes into my educational book which is going to be my winter project.
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Thanks to all of you who made it to my workshop last weekend. It was exhausting but also fun to share my latest ideas. Here are two pieces from the workshop. The black and white one was done before the workshop and was part of my talk on using value changes to show form changes. The green one was about a 20 minute demo on the ways I arrange layers in Photoshop when doing quick studies like this. Both started as quick snap shots from Photo Booth as we did in the book Alien Race.
Posted by scoro at 10:48 AM