Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Form Changes Preview

Something I'm working on, but I'm not going to make a post about here (I have to save something for the book or nobody's going to buy it!).  Done 100% in Painter 10.

26 comments:

  1. I was completely sure this was 3d until I saw that you had done these in Painter. Very nice work!

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  2. Wow--so awesome. *sob*

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  3. Wow, agreed thought these were just showing lighting in some 3D program.

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  4. This is very interesting. I’ll have to buy your book now! You just let me know when it’s available. It’ll certainly be an interesting read. That or I’ll try and take your class.

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  5. Insane 3Dlike rendering!
    Damn you're good.
    You've got a new client for your book :).

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  6. you're a render-beast! Can't wait for the full on version in the book!

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  7. Really great Sam. I live the dimples, that's really impressive rendering.

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  8. If you're going to tease us with a book, you'd better deliver ;)

    Great work!

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  9. It´s awesome Sam , I thought that you did it with Zbrush or something similar.
    .How do you do it in painter? , I suppose you did it with airbrush , but even so it´s very complicate.

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  10. Let us know when it's commercially available.

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  11. I was truly fooled as well when I first saw it and then you said it was done in painter....sheesh. they should make your book a text book at BYU :D

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  12. simply wow, this is one book ive got to have. your blog is in my top ten artist blogs on the web.

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  13. So you are a show-off AND a tease. Breaking it down for us, are you? I'd ask, are we talking about shape or light, except that, visually, they are pretty much the same study.

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  14. Your going to teach to paint like this in your book?! I'll definitely be buying it. Do you have a projected date for it to come out?

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  15. Can't wait for the book! Will be a definitive buy!

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  16. MichelMaas7:01 AM

    great work Sam!

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  17. Digital high-five coming right at you.

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  18. Book? When, where, how, who? Yay, I'm definitely buying it.

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  19. i need to buy this book, before I am getting too old

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  20. Hey I know it may be a little while before you publish the book, but I have my own little book of Sam that I keep with everything you teach...you're an extremely talented instructor with an ability to explain things simply and visually. Thanks for all the sweet posts!

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  21. Dude what a great blog this is. Subscribed.

    I would love to see something on the Art Center syllabus, the sort of workload and exercise schedule for classes like viscom.

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  22. Roman6:18 AM

    the book is getting more and more interessting. Is there a way I can get a note when the book is close to its release?

    At least on copy will be sold. I hope this will give you a boost.

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  23. I really like these... I have done several form studies based on the old animated flour sack, but these categories really make sence with form. I will definitely do some of my own!!

    Thanks again for the knowledge download and WRITE THE BOOK! :D Id love to read it, I really would.

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