Concept Design Workflow Vol 2: Using Modo and Photoshop to Visualize Design
348 Minutes | 3.60 GB | Software used: Modo, Photoshop
In this lecture and demonstration, Aaron Limonick explains his illustration and design process using 3D software and 2D painting. Using Modo as a visualization tool, Aaron demonstrates different methods of using a 3D model to start a finished illustration. Setting up lighting and rendering in his 3D scene, he then applies textures and paint in Photoshop to produce a finished illustration. Explaining function as much as form, Aaron explains his thought process behind creating such environmental designs, and how said techniques are used only to support the original inspiration and design. In a continuation of Concept Design Workflow: Volume 1, he shares the full design process from a fast color key sketch, to a 3D render and final illustration ready for production.
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