CG Workshops : Photoreal Matte Painting - Part 1 | 6.61 GB
Blizzard Entertainment's David Luong returns to CGWorkshops with an updated Matte Painting workshop. The workshop will be in two 8 week semesters (the first class prepares you for the second, but you don't need to take both.) In Part 1, David will work with you to prepare photoreal matte paintings. In Part 2, you will learn to setup 2.5D and 3D camera moves to your matte paintings and learn how to composite them.
In Part 1, David says, "I'll be leading students through the process of creating a photo real matte painting for film or high end animation such as realistic and invisible right through to Sci-Fi and fantasy landscapes and cityscapes. This is not a concept painting class but rather a photo realistic or hyper realistic class. We'll use digital painting to enhance the look of textures, lighting, scale and create photo real backdrops that will serve story and characters in a universe."
The goal is having three matte paintings done by the end of this course: an invisible matte painting, a landscape, and a cityscape.
This class is aimed at advanced beginner to intermediate Photoshop CS5 or higher users. Recommended pre-requisite classes to take before this are digital painting using Photoshop, Photography, and concept sketching for environments. What you'll learn
How to effectively create a still digital matte painting for use in HD visual effects using Photoshop and a Wacom tablet. By the end of the course, you should be able to produce 3 portfolio ready dmp's with each of these subjects covered:
- Landscape (natural/fantasy)
- Cityscape (nautral/sci fi)
- Invisible Set Extension
As well as bonus matte paintings such as: Day for Night, Dry for Wet, and Sunny for Snowy.Week by week outline :
Week 1: Working Digitally
Week 2: Landscape Digital Matte Paintings
Week 3: Cityscape Digital Matte Paintings
Week 4: The Invisible Set Extension Digital Matte Painting
Week 5: A Change of Scenery
Week 6: Career As a Digital Matte Painter
Week 7: Intro to Matte Painting Part 2
Week 8: The Final Journey
This class is aimed at intermediate Photoshop users. Recommended pre requisite classes to take before this are digital painting using Photoshop, Photography, and concept sketching for environments.
This class is recommended before taking Matte Painting: Part 2, which will cover more compliccated matte shots and moving camera setups in 2.5D and 3D as well as dealing with some compositing.
Required Software: Photoshop CS5 or above. Wacom tablet or similar.
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