Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Making reflections in the windows: Part one, part of The Making of Amsterdam Mist: The Vehicles.
- Now one thing that's important to make…the cars look realistic is reflections.…They do have big windshields and these windshields…have to reflect their environment, they are glass.…Now you'll see that the cars on this side…they have these trees, because when you look back…you start to see that the trees are right above them…and they're angled up towards the trees.…The trees are extending way beyond…the edge of the wall here.…You're going to see the tips…of those trees in the cars.…Now the other side, it's a whole different situation,…but we'll discuss that in the next movie.…
Right here we're going to look…at these windows right there.…What we're going to do is I'm going to…use this first van here as the example.…Now you'll notice that there's…little pieces of the car showing.…I didn't create the entire car, it wasn't necessary.…If you look at the van here you'll see…that I'm only creating the part that's visible.…I kind of plan out what part is going…to be seen and we see the van itself…is being cropped right off the edge here.…
- 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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