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Old 05-12-2008, 09:54 AM   #1
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Hey guys, I'm sorry if this thread of mine is in the wrong place but I seriously need help.

Dose anyone know where I can find a complete step by step tutorial as how to make concept art images as below?











Please, Iím desperately need help with this.

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Old 05-12-2008, 10:04 AM   #2
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Well a quick search in google turned up with a bunch of vids, and a couple of other sites that look like they could help.

Here: * Ok the hyperlink isn't working. Just type:
"Watch and learn digital painting" into Google.

Also try Gnomon. They have a bunch of great concept painting DVDs but you will have to pay for them.
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I know how it may seem like a joke, but Iím serious. If there is a tutorial out there that could help me in all of this then why not.
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practice. Simple as that. If you don't practice, you can't make such things.
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Its good you have aspirations to get to this level. As Joopson says practice, which is always a key to achievement. But try Gnomon and check out the stuff by Dylan Cole there he does alot of Matte worrk on feature films and has a couple of dvds available, but I will point out it does take time and effort to achieve such results.
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I used to have a couple of rad tutorials in my favorite, though they all got deleted when i formatted.

Try checking in CGSociety, i remember finding great stuff there somewhere...
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Thanks guys for all the advice.

I'll be checking out the awesome tutorials Gnomon and cgsociety.

Again thanks for the help, I really appreciate it.
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