Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Building the parts for a motor, part of The Making of Amsterdam Mist: The Vehicles.
- There are three boats…parked along the side of the canal here.…Let's get in a little closer and see what they look like.…So here we are.…Now there's a lot of different things…that went into the creation of these boats…and I'm gonna tackle a few of them…in the next few movies.…First let's look at these boats up close,…the actual art.…So we're gonna look at this first boat which is boat one…and there it is.…There is the actual art.…Now this looks a lot clearer…than in the actual painting.…That's because I worked much larger…than what I really need.…
That makes it easier for me to go in there…and get little tiny details like these little bolts.…Those tiny little bolts…and you can see how clear they are…when we get this close.…In the painting, when I get that close to those boats…see they're just kind of lost…when you get this close.…They're lost.…The resolution is not strong or high enough…to really give me the detail I want.…But when I created that at much higher resolution…I gain enough detail so that when I start to pull back…
- Making reflections in windows
- Building the grill and hubcaps of a car
- Creating a boat interior
- Making a rope pattern
- Creating a bicycle
- Creating a bike's tires, seat, chain, and gears
Skill Level Intermediate
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