Discovering the type of art you like can help you figure out what you like to do, and what to concentrate on for your portfolio.
- [Instructor] Drawing is just like baking a cake.…If the foundation of the cake isn't good,…then no matter how much icing or sprinkles…you put on top of it, it still won't help it taste good.…So, you may be able to draw the most beautiful horse,…but if the proportions are off,…then, as a design, it won't work.…Fine tuning your foundations involves…hours and hours of training…and page after page of making mistakes.…Learning about figure drawing,…environment sketching, animal anatomy,…color and lighting are just some of the subjects…you will study in order to become competent concept artist.…
The time you spend in this phase can be quite brutal…as you grind away fine tuning your craft.…Rest assured, it's all worth it,…as time and time again, I have found myself…falling back on these basic skills…to solve complex design problems.…
- What is concept art?
- Producing concept art
- Developing images
- The difference between design and illustration
- Communicating your ideas
- Sketching in your sketchbook
- Making characters and creatures
- Conceptualizing vehicles, props, and environments
- Working with 3D artists and animators
- Creating a cohesive universe
- Building your portfolio
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CC 2015 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost12h 27m Beginner
Story and Character Development for Animationwith Andrew Gordon15m 4s Intermediate
1. The Production Pipeline
2. Developing Ideas
3. Types of Concept Art
4. It's a Team Effort
Needs vs. wants56s
5. Starting Your Journey: Becoming a Concept Artist
Next steps2m 9s
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