The vast amount I have learned about 3D in general in such a short space of time is incredible, and we’re only scratching the surface of Maya and it’s capabilities. I do feel as if I have shown some improvement from the beginning of the semester, finding difficulty in modelling a buoy, to now being… Continue reading Module Reflection
To begin re-topologising my head model, I first had to import my selection into Maya in order to begin the process, I did this by selecting the overall head and both eyes and saved them as an object file. I then opened the Maya software and imported the object file, and once in Maya I… Continue reading Head Model – Re-topology
Life drawing has completely changed the way in which I draw, even from first semester I have gained a lot of experience in how to approach drawing as a whole, especially in terms of the construction of my character designs. I found that before hand when it came to anatomy, I focused too much on… Continue reading Semester 2 Life Drawing – Self Reflection
This was probably my favourite task out of all of the homeworks, mainly because I found it very beneficial in learning how to plan out heads and the placement of different features without it looking lost. In class, our assignment was to draw the life model’s heads, only instead of adding in the usual facial… Continue reading Spooky Scary Skeletons!
This task was a lot more fun than I had originally anticipated, when I had started out with drawing, I had did my best to avoid them, so when I heard that we were covering this topic in class, I thought I would fail miserably. However through class I followed a few methods to help… Continue reading Drawing Hands!
In class we had learned about drawing feet, something I wasn’t too familiar with drawing because I usually tend to avoid it, similarly to how I prefer to avoid hands just because I find it difficult. In order to face my…feet demons? I tried to tackle the task head on, treating the shape of the… Continue reading Drawing Feet!
In order to help us ease into making our own 15 second animation, this week’s lesson focused mainly on how to storyboard, selecting which elements of a story is important and planning them into an interesting sequence of key frames. In class, our life model proceeded to carry out a number of movements, whilst our… Continue reading Story Boarding