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Chase Me by DarrenTaylor Chase Me by DarrenTaylor
Done for the R3 Jam.
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TULIO19mx Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice perspective and great action in this pic!!
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DarrenTaylor Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012  Professional General Artist
Thanks dude!
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YusakuJon3 Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Pretty interesting technique for the perspective I'm reading about in the comments here.  Trying to get buildings done right by hand has always been a sticky point for me.  Maybe I ought to try this sometime.

Quite well done, Darren.
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DarrenTaylor Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2012  Professional General Artist
The key here though is to use it as a tool not a get out of jail card though! Important buildings within the scene still need to be hand drawn, the 'fillers' (for want of a better word), well they can just be plopped in...sculpted to fit but dropped in none-the-less;)
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TRDLcomics Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
What I appreciated most was the forced proportional tweaks from that composition. The bit of blur in his hand, the out of focus, c=slightly curving tower beyond... really pulls you into it. You use Sketchup for the buildings?
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DarrenTaylor Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2012  Professional General Artist
No, in this instance, I hand drew the nearest building and the Mid-to-BG buildings I drew the outline and the dropped the building paths I created last year onto each plane of the building, within the contextual perspective.
It was one of the few moments where 'present' me, actually thanks 'previous' me for taking the time to do the leg work in advance-LOL.

I have a good number of these Paths I made of building frontages now. I like to add to them now and then.

Cheers bud.
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TRDLcomics Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
By building paths you mean that you rendered a number of rectilinear building facades in the form of Photoshop Brushes, or what? I note the floor by floor pattern replication, so that would make sense...
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DarrenTaylor Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2012  Professional General Artist
I build elements in PS. Like a roofline. A window. A break. An edging. I make them a path, not a brush. So they are vector and can be resized without greyscaling. THen whenever I need a building I have ones to hand I can drag and drop, like a picture jigsaw;)
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TRDLcomics Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
excellent. so then you are essentially building these elements in 2D and then using transform tools to map thtm to your 3d construct n Photoshop?
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DarrenTaylor Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012  Professional General Artist
Yeah,the conform tool is my friend;)
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