I hope you enjoyed watching this third part…of the Fundamentals of Digital Matte Painting Series, Form.…There are two more parts to go.…So I hope you'll join me in the following section where we'll learn…all about the next important tool in the Matte artist tool kit, texturing.…I'll show you how to use photographic textures intelligently And start you on…the path of mastering the must-have skill for every matte artist, color correction.…
This course is part 3 in David's Digital Matte Painting Essentials series. Go back to Digital Matte Painting Essentials 2: Perspective, part 2, to recreate the castle drawing he uses in this course, or if you simply want to learn more about form, you can use the example provided in the exercise files.
- Selecting the silhouette
- Find the dark sides and light sides in the drawing
- Using mask-holding layers
- Examining the light and dark sides of rounded surfaces
- Looking at the cores
- Adding cast shadows
- Separating surfaces with final darks
- Adding ambient occlusion
Skill Level Beginner
1. Finding the Light and Dark Side
2. Using Mask-Holding Layers to Define Your Towers
3. Cores and Cast Shadows
4. Final Darks
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