This was a fun an addictive model to make. I started making it with the idea of just making one side of it so that it would work as a background to another drawing. However, I kept adding more detail and decided to complete the whole thing. It was made purely in Sketchup.
Friday, July 10, 2015
Sunday, December 21, 2014
Over the past few weeks, I spent quite a bit of time getting to know UV’ing and Texturing in Max. I’ve done so in other programs like Lightwave and Sketchup but have never enjoyed the results so much.
I cannot wait to apply this new ability to future projects…
I thoroughly enjoyed the amount of control that I can have over my 3D objects. All the way from coloring their image maps in Photoshop to actually placing them on the model in 3D space. The sky is the limit.Frank
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Friday, July 20, 2012
In these videos, I use a combination of Photoshop CS 5.5 and Google Sketchup 8 to create a 2D cutout character to be placed on my 3D set. I combined a few online tutorials to figure this out and thought I'd share my process in action! Please note that I use a combination of my mouse and a Wacom Bamboo drawing tablet but you can simply use a mouse. Oh and I know, I kept saying "Pound" # key instead of Space Bar to get the selection tool. Sorry XD! Anyways, I hope you enjoy this little tut and please visit me on facebook and you can find out more information about my animated production there as well.