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Out of my league..

Discussion in 'Paper Chase' started by shameless self promotion, Apr 16, 2002.

  1. shameless self promotion

    shameless self promotion 12oz Legend

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    Out of my league..

    Discussion started by shameless self promotion - Apr 16, 2002

    Aight go easy on me guys. I think this is like the first time that i have actually tried to do something 3d...i mostly just bomb, or piece on trains and shit if i can get away from school and work and shit...
    so without further adoooo...
    http://www.freephoto-i.net/users/aeso/3dimage.JPG'>
    Yah, Im thinkin its pretty shitty i know, gimme a whats up on how i can change some of this shit...it was done in colored pencils..i dont have the funds to get prismacolors..so the shading and what not is fucked...

    thanks gentleman..
     
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  2. some pittsburgh flavor

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    some pittsburgh flavor - Replied Apr 16, 2002

    eh.... keep working.....
    perspective, perspective, perspective
    and remember, 3d does not mean good, it means 3d.
     
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  3. --zeSto--

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    --zeSto-- - Replied Apr 16, 2002

    strange...

    here's what I sugest you do.
    Start working on 3D with 90' angles. You know..?
    A bunch of blocks and lines. Then you can skip the shading
    and work with 4 tones of grey (for the sake of practice).
    It's much easier to get a grasp of 3D on a solid plane (think Neck CNS).
    Every 3D curve is all about the shading, so skip it.

    here's an example of some shit I did on the computer a few years ago.
    [​IMG]
     
  4. ASER1NE

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    ASER1NE - Replied Apr 16, 2002

    haha thats pretty terrible
     
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  5. When

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    When - Replied Apr 17, 2002

    as the old saying goes...

    'keep it simple stoopid'

    start with more block like letters like zesto said then work from there
     
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  6. cmeup

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    cmeup - Replied Apr 17, 2002

    poor poor shameless....

    cards been pulled...

    no love for that sketch...

    tease :eek:
     
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  7. swif1

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    swif1 - Replied Apr 17, 2002

    go to ebay or rack it :)
     
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  9. shameless self promotion

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    shameless self promotion - Replied Apr 17, 2002

    hahaha...fuck you guys and thank you guys..ill see what i can do..
    Like i said, i never do anything 3d esp on trains..and other than that im usually bombin...
    thanks for the info though
     
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    blink_ATX - Replied Apr 17, 2002

    dope zesto, just plain dope.
     
  11. forest gump

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    forest gump - Replied Apr 17, 2002

    zesto totally feelin that 3D
     
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    eleven17 - Replied Apr 20, 2002

    [​IMG]
     
  14. --zeSto--

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    --zeSto-- - Replied Apr 20, 2002

    ^ wild man !

    see what I mean about the simple 3D ?
    The above flicks use what I call "fluid 3D"
    the first pic mostly, is all about the shading.

    so if you're just breaking into the thrid demention...
     
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    teister - Replied Apr 23, 2002

    yeah man, do block letters and just put 3D at one angle and figure out how it all works. Look at a cereal box or something to figure out how the light hits one object at different angles. Then apply that to you art. Its more about visualization that what you're probably used to with bombing. Just keep practicing
     
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