An animation assignment for a real life use: An animated bumper (filler animation) I made for the college I attended. Made entirely with Cinema 4D.
Fist of all, It’s been almost 2 weeks since I have posted anything so I am very behind. Im having a stressful time.. I apologize for not posting anything as of late. I am very thankful of all my readers for the encouragement you have giving me. I have decided to switch back to the still life project I was working on a few months ago. I feel that is better and more beneficial then doing these doodle. However I will be uploading sketches regulatory so It will be somewhat similar anyway.
Before I go into a tangent, this was the six assignments I did in drawing class. Three of them have dragon like creatures. Go figure. two of these I have already uploaded. All traditional pieces made with graphite and charcoal.
Have a fantastic weekend everyone.
This was a hard study. Not the actual painting BUT the fact that my laptop broke and I had to do most of this on a iPad. Thankfully I was able to finish this on a friend’s computer but he didn’t have Photoshop on it so I used a little paint program called myPaint. It took a little adapting as it didn’t have nearly the same amount of customization as Photoshop brushes. But I like it. myPaint has a infinite canvas, a strange thing for a raster painting program to have.
The coolest thing I have learned from these studies so far is that the painters never use pure black or white in the shadows or highlights. Instead the painter will use a complementary color or a grey tone. there will always be some bounce (or fill) light in the shadow that is the sky’s color or of a close by object.
Sorry I haven’t posted anything for a couple of weeks. I am so busy I am loosing my mind. :O
Color studies I have done for a online Color Class. The Waterhouse study (my first one) is rather lame but I am somewhat pleased with the improvement I made with the Bougereau Study. I started to see color better. I had a third one finished but my laptop broke and I have to start that one over 😦 Two down, four to go.