Darktiste Sketchbook
This time i got my eye on leather.Still working on this CG cookie exercise but this time i limited myself to two object since right now it seem like gain enough confidence to over render which is in itself a problem.

You can find the exercise here if you want to try doing the same.
https://cgcookie.com/exercise/exercise-4...herworking


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Great material studies , I love the bottom middle of the gold one. The leather book is great too. The ball reads a little more off to me although I'm not sure why. Perhaps because the background suggests light behind it which should cause a back rim light, however instead there are sharp dark edges ? Also I might steal these worksheets off you , they seem useful

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(03-26-2021, 11:32 AM)Skeffin Wrote: Great material studies , I love the bottom middle of the gold one.  The leather book is great too. The ball reads a little more off to me although I'm not sure why. Perhaps because the background suggests light behind it which should cause a back rim light, however instead there are sharp dark edges ? Also I might steal these worksheets off you , they seem useful
Feel free i am providing them exactly for this purpose it can be hard to find exercise or what to study sometime so it good that those exist.

Yea i might have to stop using this light background against dark object as you say it confusing to the viewer.Thank for the word of encouragement and the crit.

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You are really going places with these material studies! Looking great!

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(03-26-2021, 05:04 PM)Zorrentos Wrote: You are really going places with these material studies! Looking great!
Yes i felt that to.But i want to get back to design and expand my ability to generate more visual solution for each given visual problem i want to think more outside the box and stop putting the break on just pumping a really generic design solution.But at the same time making it familar enough to appeal to the viewer.

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