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Mini Walkthrough Of A Render

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Guest fertonon

Hey mate!

Really great!!!

I love the drawing, shapes of the car and all!

And, needless to say, the colouring looks really neat.. Impressive what you can do in 3-4 steps!!!

I´d love to see some more work from you!

As I posted in another topic, it´s rather inspiring!!!

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Guest menappi

oo nice i like, i enjoy seeing these processes because i am learning. i just got painter and am a little confused, do you do ur sketches in the program itself, or do u use pen and paper, then scan? what medium did u use also in painter?

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Guest rayeski

Nice work you stud, thanks for going into detail about the layer techniques you use, I tend to jump right on the color, but thats a good idea to obtain the correct highlights and shadows. Also the blurring thing, very cool, not a way that I would have thought to assess a rendering, thanks man, keep it up.

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Guest newt @ MWE

nice job, very emotional.

 

i think that is officially the longest car i have ever seen in my life.

 

newt

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kakapoopie: Great going! The shading looks good and the surfaces are readable. To take this presentation up a notch I might clean up the lines just a smidge, especially in the door lines

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nice tutorial! Any tips on best size Wacom to use for ID work?? Thanks.

 

This subject has been discussed to death :) If you do a quick search on the forum you'll find a couple of good discussion topics. Here's the result when you search for 'tablet':

http://www.productdesignforums.com/index.p...highlite=tablet

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Guest Milo

I'm quite new to digital rendering.

How did you apply the greyscale shades? Airbrush? Gradients?

 

Thanks

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Guest White Fang
nice tutorial! Any tips on best size Wacom to use for ID work?? Thanks.

 

A5 size, I used. And it's huge enough

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Guest Milo
Digital Airbrushes

Did you do all the shading in the same layer? How did you get the doorlines so accurate? Just bij hand? :ohno:

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