This is the result of a thursday night's work. I feel I am starting to become more and more "fluent" in Photohsop and I'm very pleased with how the rendering turned out! You can tell that I have been correcting the sketch, using the liquify tool, quite alot before adding shades and color, which is something I aim to do less in the future.
Equipment: Black Pilot ballpoint pen, 1,6 mm.
Time: 35 min.
equipment: Scanned in sketch and Photoshop CS5.
Time: One night ;)
Tonight I have taken a well needed break from the creation of my portfolio and instead sketched some cars. I started of sketching the car by hand on an A3 paper. (first image) I took inspiration from a cool sketch I found on google and did my best to copy it. (no underlay). Then, after some tries, I was quite happy with the perspective and the proportions so I scanned the sketch and brought it into Photoshop. There I fixed some small errors in the perspective by using the "liquify" tool, cleaned the sketch up a bit and finished the rendering. I'm really happy with the result! FINALLY I got it right! :D
Equipment: Black ballpoint pen (1mm), a black marker, Photoshop CS5 and an entire friday evening.
Time: 9 hours
Somehow I can get just as much done in one hour in the night as I can in three hours in the morning... Hmmm.. I wonder why...
If you want to see the whole project, please have a look in my portfolio at:
Equipment: Clay, Wacom Cintiq (Photoshop Cs5)
equipment: Wacom Cintiq (Photoshop CS5)
Practising rendering in Photoshop. This trophy was used in an online F1 Leauge in a game that is now unfortunatly shut down. (It has nothing to do with the trophy sketch I posted some weeks ago..)
Equipment: Photoshop CS5
Time: Insanely long, because it took alot of time to learn all the new tools I learned how to use!