Richard Tilbury's Undead (Download Only)
Richard Tilbury's Undead (Download Only)
This eBook focuses on mythological and legendary characters, and in particular the theme of the undead. It includes two classic examples - the vampire and zombie - but also incorporates a werewolf, which occupies a very popular and unique place in modern myth. All of the above characters have featured heavily in both book and film contexts over the years and as such have cemented themselves in history.
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The chapters cover the process of digitally creating characters from the concept stage through to the final refinements. The value of thumbnail sketches and exploring variations on a theme are covered, as well as touching upon custom brushes and the power of Photoshop's blending modes, which offer flexibility and freedom to edit the image throughout the design process. Each individual tutorial takes a slightly varied approach with regards to blocking in and color schemes, and aims to show how layers and blending modes can be manipulated to suit different attitudes.Product details
Author : 3DTotal.com Ltd
Written by : Richard Tilbury
Platform : Photoshop
Format : DOWNLOAD ONLY PDF
Size : 28.5 MB
Pages : 37
Contents and contributors
Chapter 1 - Vampire
In the first installment we look at the vampire, one of the most popular characters within the undead category. This character has perhaps varied more than any other in terms of the guises it has adopted over the years, but this tutorial takes the classic human form as its foundation, inspired by the one and only Count Dracula.
Chapter 2 - Zombie
This character class has been made immortal through the films of George A. Romero. Types of zombies vary from the brain dead versions that seem to wander aimlessly, through to the aggressive interpretation that stalks and hunts its human prey with an athletic energy. This tutorial takes a common subject in the form of an average office worker and transform him into one of the undead.
Chapter 3 - Werewolf
The last chapter in this series is perhaps the most controversial, in the sense that it could be argued that it does not fit into the category of undead. However it is often paired with vampires in film and literature and is a unique and fascinating topic. As with the previous two installments this chapter will take a more traditional stance on the werewolf in humanoid form with the head of an animal.
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