My thoughts about the new storyboard and shot blocking iPad app, Celtx Shots. And what do you know, I recorded a basic tutorial video too.
A film camera rig for LightWave 3D which I’d like to share with the community. The rig is designed to be simple, easy and straightforward to use.
After having sculpted heads in ZBrush for about 24 hours my project “I am Johan’s Sculpted Doodles” have reached the end. It did yield some interesting results though to analyze.
This was another hour of doodling where I had pure fun and did not really want it to end when the alarm went off. Maybe it’s time…
I am not going to flood my own journal with these doodles, but I had some real fun with this one, I even broke my own rule and gave it a few more minutes than I’m allowed to.
… in 60 minutes. This is the 8th session of my “I Am Johan’s Sculpted Doodles” summer experiment.
The fourth session of my summer experiment, “I Am Johan’s Sculpted Doodles”. My doodling rules are: 60 minutes // from scratch // no references // no shirts // no shoes.
Lee Perry-Smith (Infinite Realities) has made a really nice mini video tutorial running for around 25 minutes demonstrating the usage of Conform By UV. Lee talks about the different modes, showing how and when to use it and runs through some practical examples with a few character models. Lots of good information if you’re interested…
A few days ago I got a question in relation to the article I posted some months back, tips to speed up the modeling workflow in LightWave, concerning the TrueArt’s plugins that I use. How I actually incorporate them in my workflow. So I thought it would be a nice idea to make a video…