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Making Of 'Unicron'

By Clinton Felker
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Date Added: 11th April 2011
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3ds Max, Photoshop

Now to work on the environment. Because I wanted to imply that he creates his own gravity, I painted planet debris moving around him. I also started to pick a color palette (Fig.14).

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Fig. 14


Now that I felt pretty good about the direction I could relax and work on the detail. I just used the standard round brush for the debris and any of the soft brushes for the dust (Fig.15).

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Fig. 15

And it's done (Fig.16)! This was a fun piece to do. Even though I ended up basically creating this piece twice I picked up some good lessons and found some bad habits to kick. Thank you for viewing this tutorial. I hope it can benefit some of you. Click Here to watch a time-lapse video of the first half of the process if you're interested:

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Fig.16

Time Lapse Video


 

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(ID: 181389, pid: 0) Sayali on Wed, 13 February 2013 9:33am
I want this tut.
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(ID: 80044, pid: 0) Clinton Felker on Wed, 18 January 2012 11:03pm
Sorry for the delay on the responses. To all thanks for the comments. They inspire me to do better To:GFX engine I usually work in 2d only because my 3d skills aren't as sharp. I'm usually in the position where I can't exercise new techniques because the projects I'm on are very tight with time and budget. But when I get to do stuff for myself I will tend to experiment.
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(ID: 51928, pid: 0) Clinton Felker on Thu, 22 September 2011 5:58am
The way I remove the textures is I either erase it by freehand or I use the under paint as a mask then I select it. Invert it then delete.
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(ID: 46613, pid: 0) Samurai: The Creative Warrior on Tue, 19 July 2011 8:09pm
How were you able to remove the excess textures on parts of the work, when you painted over the rendered model? Did you use the eraser tool? This style of yours, has inspired me to use this process for something that I may do later for my own work.
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(ID: 39985, pid: 0) Mark Furini on Mon, 11 April 2011 8:17pm
AWESOME! I wish you had designed the transformers for the movie!!! Once again, you blow my mind with your art...
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(ID: 39983, pid: 0) Ominous Red on Mon, 11 April 2011 7:47pm
5 stars. Best Unicron I have ever seen. The biggest thing I took away was not being scared of having to restart even though you might be half way through a piece to make sure you get it right. The final illustration was amazing. I posted this in all the blogs and forums I frequent. I know a lot of people will appreciate this Unicron.
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(ID: 39967, pid: 0) Gfxengine on Mon, 11 April 2011 4:47pm
Thkq very much for this tutorial man ! just out of curiosity do you always work in this way or do you 2d only ?
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(ID: 39947, pid: 0) Chris on Mon, 11 April 2011 2:02pm
Awesome piece and great walkthrough! Nice choice of music on the timelapse video as well, making me want to watch the 80's movie again.
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