Drawing internal forms


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Drawing internal forms

With the light side clearly defined, now it's time to start finding some of the interior forms on the castle. Open up the brush window. I like to use a brush with some roughness and scatter on it when drawing internal forms to make the line more interesting. Select a dark color from the composition that will show up on both the light and dark side. And let's start finding the edges of the interior forms. Delineate where the tops of these walls are.

As before, you can click, hold the Shift key and then click again and Photoshop will draw a straight line in between the two clicks. With that shortcut, you have a built in ruler for drawing straight lines. When drawing horizontal or vertical lines, you can hold down the Shift key and drag and Photoshop constrains the brush to a 90 degree angle. Now you can define the entrance to the castle. This box is extending out from the front face and will contain the doorway.

This area where the back of the bridge meets the castle needs some definition. Then...

Drawing internal forms
Video duration: 5m 31s 1h 40m Beginner

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Drawing internal forms provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by David Mattingly as part of the Digital Matte Painting Essentials 1: Concept

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3D + Animation Design
Software:
Photoshop
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