JUNE 03, 2011
ZBRUSH 4...Corel Painter #12 Composites
JUNE 08, 2011
FoOD..Hey..Glad your interested Thanks for the visit by the way..much apreceated and welcomed.
Framedworld..Yep, that's what i'm doing with it. ..Been doing some research on You Tube for reference ect...Lots of old film footage of the Mexican Revolutin with great movement in it to work with and from...Amazing that so much was captured on film of that whole episode in history..and even more amazing that it's all at my fingertips with just the click of a button...You Tube is Great..
Just horsing around with composition.
JUNE 09, 2011
Starting to put in the crowd of the enslaved landless people surrounding Emiliano Zapata and his southern division army as they head toward the capital of Mexico City to meet up with Pancho Villa and his northern division army to take control away from the rich bandits controlling the country and give it back to the enslaved people that it was stolen from.
I would rather die standing than live on my knees
I love this thread, watching an image evolve like this is amazing. I love seeing the start and wondering ok, now where on earth is this going? trying to guess and not even being close.
I love the fact I recognized Emiliano Zapata with out realizing it at first, that was very amusing.
One question: am I right in thinking that they are all coming in a gate of some sort?
When I first got ZBrush and for a good long time after I could not understand what on earth 2.5D was for now with you and a number of other people here I understand completely and am constantly amazed.
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I don't know what I'm doing but I'm doing it anyway.
Mealea Ying..Thank you. ..I usually just take a general idea for a composition and concept and run with it, or I should say that most of the time it runs with me, or better put leads me to where it's going..Always an adventure with unexpected results for me that way, and also keeps me interested as to where it's going as I work on it
In answer to your question..They are in a slow trot...about like the pace of a parade..some slowing down and even stopping for a second or two..and some lunging forward in short burst of energy.
A great DVD that you should get if you have the chance to and can is ..INTRODUCTION TO ZBRUSH 3
Tools and Workflow with MEATS MEIER
He has an excellent section on illustration in his DVD which goes into great detail on how to use 2.5D in ZBRUSH..not to mention alot of other grat stuff that will be very useful to you..over time and in the long run..
June 10, 2011
Framedworld..Thanks. Don't want to lose them...will put them back in the distance instead..When i'm finished with the forground, they will look like they are back there where they belong..Color Values will be key, and come into play in the end..