Now that you've wrapped up the course, it's time to start sketching.
- [Instructor] We looked at a lot of samples…of what concept art is and the skills necessary…to be a concept artist.…We have seen sample production pipelines…and have been shown the difference…between drawing and designing.…Also, we discussed key things to help…keep your creativity energized…and why it's important to network…and get your artwork seen by the right people.…This sounds like a lot, and quite frankly, it is.…But just remember, learning these skills and developing them…is going to take some time.…
There are going to be a lot of ups and plenty of downs,…but use each success and mistake as a building block…for your career.…There is no ABC career path.…Each artist is unique, and that is what will make you…stand out from the next artist.…Moving forward, I would definitely focus…on your foundation skills,…but also start diving into the world of concept art…and familiarize yourself with it.…Here are some websites to check out:…Artstation, Pinterest concept art.…
Between these two sites, you're going to see a lot…
- 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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