Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating headlights: Part one, part of The Making of Amsterdam Mist: The Vehicles.
- The headlights on all the cars become a little intricate.…Now, if you look at the actual headlights,…it's not a little light bulb in there,…it's all these different shapes that they make nowadays.…All these very intricate looking shapes.…We see one here, right there.…We see another piece of a headlight right there.…There is a very clear headlight right in there.…There's another one there and others back there.…Right?…Now, if we look at one of these…and see exactly how it's created,…it's not really that tight.…
It's just a series of very crazy,…all kinds of brush strokes going on…and basically what's necessary…is to have some reference material.…Something that you can look at…just to see what all those little tones look like.…So, here we see all the different parts of this truck,…and there's the folder for the headlights.…You can see that it's pretty extensive.…If we go in here and we start looking at each piece…of this maze of colors in here,…we'll start turning things off.…Turn off the guy on top…and there you can see that our headlights…
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Skill Level Intermediate
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