Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Hey, This is late but I wanted some feedback anyways. I think the perspective is pretty accurate but I'm struggling with this digital painting thing. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Gino: The painting looks good, i think the main issue is consistent lighting. You have a light coming from the side, into this barracks, but the vehicle inside is lit from the top. Even if the vehicle was supposed to be lit with a light fixture above or something like that, it doesnt read, and just gets confusing. As soon as you can, decide a light source and stick to it. I made your light source a bit higher since its unrealistic for outdoor light to shine from such an angle, unless its sunrise or sunset, and both of those create these long drawn out shadows that would be a pain, so i simplified. The rest of it is just visual narritive, figure out whats happening in the scene and riff of it! Good luck.
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
3 pt perspective drawing, toning / rendering optional
an interior or exterior
do NOT put all 3 VPs on one page!
determine if your horizon line is high or low!
Remember the effect that 3pt perspective has, stage your shot to have dramatic effect!
there are no parallel lines in 3 pt perspective! All lines go back to a vanishing point, weather its on the page or not!
sorry for all the exclamation! Perspective is exciting!
Posted by GWhitehall at 8:55 PM