One of my other hand-ins. The task was to texture a given character. This is how mine looked like!
Sometime ago, I was drawing portraits. Here they are. Enjoy!
Here’s a hand-in I had last semester! We were assigned to create our dream home, and this was my assignment. I really like it light, open and airy, so this suited me well, along with a very nice bookshelf with all my favourite books. I’m aware that the background hasn’t been well enough fixed according to the rest, so I apologise there! I had a time limit, and this was the result at the end of…
This is a story that I’ve been working on since 2010, and here are some of the characters
<img src=”http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2012/016/f/a/__the_guardian___characters_by_beeccy-d4mjjr8.jpg” alt=”1. 2. Lillian 3. 4. 5. 6. Alice & Alexander (Alex) 7. Seth 8. Sander & Airis” />1. 2. Lillian 3. 4. 5. 6. Alice & Alexander (Alex) 7. Seth 8. Sander & Airis
Raven Belt Tutorial Type Thing!
First thing I’m going to note is that I used a dremel for a lot of this. For safety reasons, you should wear a mask and goggles, because resin dust stings when it’s in your throat and hurts when it’s in your eyes (as I learned, from not having either of these things). Safety first!
1. First thing was getting the gems. I cast my gems out of Castin’ Craft’s Easy Cast epoxy resin. I use the transparent dye. I pretty much just follow the instructions that gives me, so there’s not much really to say here. I’ve got a full picture of the gems here. (Also for information on the molds I used, go here!)
2. Once all the gems were cast and good, I took a Dremel and cut notches into the sides of each gem so the chain of the belt would fit there. Do this only for the belt ones! The brooch I dremeled down the edges a bit so it’d fit into the ring better, which I explain a little better in step 4.
The belt itself I made with 2.5” rings and a chain that I opened the rings of and took apart. These things I picked up from our leather supply store. To get the length I wanted, originally I had five links of chain in between each ring, but that was really big, so I made it four. It’s probably about 36” around? It sits comfortably on top of my hips.
3. Normally I like using a better quality adhesive, but for my purposes, I used hot glue. The belt is glued on top of the gems, with the chain lining up with the notches.
4. NOT SHOWN! Because the gems were a little bigger than the rings, I took the Dremel again and beveled the edges of the back to have a smoother transition from the ring to the gem, and also to get rid of the sharp edge. This could also be done with sandpaper, it’d just take longer. This is especially where you’d need the mask and goggles because there are a lot of pieces flying everywhere.
5. I used a gold foil that I picked up at Curry’s for the backing, which I just carefully glued around the edges. I tried putting my gems on a bunch of different colours to see which colour I personally liked best as the backing, and chose gold. Had I made the gems darker, I probably would have picked silver. I also added a pin backing to the one that’s my brooch.
Here’s a test of my animation! At the moment, it’s not doing much, but it’s only the beginning!
An old tutorial I made for an art program called Paint Tool SAI aka SAI, enjoy!
This is a render animation I’ve made for my hand-in tonight created in 3Ds Max, enjoy!
This is how far I’ve gotten on my task for 3D graphic design. I’m not nearly finished, but for those who wish to learn how to do this, I’ll post links below. Enjoy!