Here is the latest version based upon the great crits I received. Thanks!
Monday, April 12, 2010
Friday, April 9, 2010
Work in Progress - Digital 3-D
This is a companion piece to the "Tall Buildings" piece I posted earlier. I haven't had a crit on this yet, so I am sure there are a lot of improvements to be made. Since more of the girl's dress is showing in this piece, I felt that the wind would be whipping it around.
Posted by Linda Norman-Lyman at 9:50 AM 1 comment:
Saturday, April 3, 2010
When I opened the document today, I was able to re-apply the textures with no problem. The smudgy area in the foreground is from me cloning over the text since it will make no sense without the rest of the book.
Posted by Linda Norman-Lyman at 7:54 AM 1 comment:
Friday, April 2, 2010
This is a rework of a previous digital piece that was done for the digital tools class at RISD. I took off all of the parts that did not represent the work that I do and turned this into a promotional piece.
Posted by Linda Norman-Lyman at 7:38 PM 1 comment:
This is another extreme perspective piece that was produced for RISD Final projects class. This is also one of the full illusrations for a book dummy that I am working on. The text goes in the lower left portion of the page and has been omitted at this time. I once again had problems with Illustrator not able to render the textures when the last changes were made. The textures were originally added when I thought the project was very close to completion. After the class crit, I made some changes and lot the textures. I tried eliminating them and re-applying and it did not work. I am current researching the solution and asking artist friends if they have any ideas on how to correct this. Will keep you posted!
Posted by Linda Norman-Lyman at 6:36 PM No comments:
Labels: 3-D Illustrations
3-D Digital Image
This was a RISD Childrens' Book Illustration Final Projects class assignment created in Illustrator to show extreme perspective. I had a difficult time keeping the Illustrator textures from disappearing. I was able to keep them by deleting all of the textures and then replacing it at the end. That worked well for this illustration.
Posted by Linda Norman-Lyman at 12:40 PM 1 comment:
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