Friday, 26 September 2014

Thumbnails ideas, Invisable Citys.


tutorphil said...

Hi Jacky - see link:

Also - you need to be updating more regularly on here, Jacky - creating a bit of buzz and energy about your work flow - 'chop chop'....

Chrissie Peters said...

Hi Jacky,
good to see you've started blogging and are up to date with reviews!
You might find it easier at first to thumbnail with pencil and paper as well as photoshop. You will have a quicker workflow, especially in the early days as you are still getting to grips with the tablet etc.

tutorphil said...

Your classmate, Dan Reason has a new blog url after some tech gremlins messed with his original - please add him to your reading list, as he's been follower-less since day one :(

Simon Holland said...

Hi Jacky,
In terms of Maya don't forget the two tutorials you have to do for Monday..... As a reminder they are:

Character Part 1: Modelling

In terms of thumbnails I think you might benefit from Chrissie's advice to start with. Also try and avoid line work on such small pieces Try to think big when working small, so lots of broad brushstrokes etc.