Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Buy this book. Do it.
Posted by GWhitehall at 8:08 PM
Monday, September 26, 2011
Edit: Here i just solidified perspective a bit, the lines were getting a bit shaky. Repeating a few elements and getting more overlap will help to get the illusion of distance. Also, in terms of values, your solid black colors should never be in the mid ground like that, darkest values go in front, and recede into distance. If this is a night time shot, the moon is a bit too low for it to be so dark, we usually see more daylight if the moon is that low on the horizon.
Edit: The 3rd vanishing point is quite a bit too close to the page, resulting in the tilted doorway effect you have here. I raised the top vanishing point, and re established some of the wonky perspective. Remember to make sure your lines are hitting the vanishing point.
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
As for paintovers: I see alot of the same issues with everyone, so rather than paint the same correction 20 times, were going to revisit plotting shadows one more time when we jump into 3 point next week... This time well get it for sure.
If you have any questions or would still like to see something specifically, feel free to ask here, im happy to help.
note bout the 3rd vanishing point (someone asked in class): it can be placed anywhere between your first 2 vanishing points. Going too far to either side may result in distortion.
Posted by GWhitehall at 11:18 PM