Intentions for new picture

Intentions for new picture
This entry is part 1 of 12 in the series Fantasy art piece with free 3D tools

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Hi all,

I’m just sharing my intentions with you. Normally my art involves very little planning. I just play till something nice appears. Today I want to actually plan a picture and share the entire process with you. As I want to challenge myself on a few things, this will take a few weeks.

My goals with the picture are:

  • to have dramatic lighting (think Caravaggio or Film Noir)
  • to tell a story in the picture
  • to construct all the architecture in Sweet Home 3D
  • to create and use as many of my own textures as possible
  • to UV Unwrap in Blender
  • to understand and apply Displacement Mapping as a viable partner to Bump Mapping
  • to have multiple people in the picture, each doing something
  • to push my understanding of DAZ Studio’s lighting and shadow functionality

My initial thought for a picture is set in a corridor, late afternoon sunlight streaming through tall thin windows causing stripes of light and shadow. In the corridor are people in Renaissance/Fantasy outfits. I selected these elements because I believe that the clothing could be spectacular and the arrangement of colours interesting.

I will share the journey with you guys and hope that you will participate by giving me advice (both technical and artistic) as it progresses. I may ignore some of it. But I may not. However I will deeply consider every bit of it.

regards

Greg

PS: Does anyone know why when I go to the WordPress reader and select “Blogs I follow” I am not seeing the posts from all the blogs that I follow?

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  1. Perhaps you aren’t seeing posts that you follow because those bloggers aren’t posting at the moment you look… And, thank you for following my blog, which posts rather infrequently!

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    1. Probably. A shame because I want to see every blog I follow. :) Thanks for visiting and thankyou for your blog :)

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