I love art, mostly digital art as I managed myself to learn different aspects of them. As of learning how the software works to get what I want to
I started to learn photoshop too, later on, expand my interest in making 3D objects from spaceships to planets and many others.
I followed many tutorials on youtube and I can tell you they can help you a lot if you want to learn something from pros in digital art.
Somehow it also saddens me that those programmes are so good that in the future we can't make the difference anymore from what is real or not.
and when AI's going to learn how to use them than for me it's going back to traditional art pencil and paper as I used to do from the beginning when
I had no Idea of all these great software to come in the future.
a rendition of how I wanted to imagine planets and stars from up close because I will never see them for real up close I'm afraid.
a rendition of mixed media of what questions we have about topics we see every day here on ATS
Thanks, actually most are made with after effects. and finished with adobe premiere.
I'm currently learning 3DsMax as mainly used Zbrush for hard surface modeling. But I start to notice that 3Dsmax is one of the best for those things
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Nice! I've done similar things in After Effects, mainly just trying to learn the various effects and filters, following tutorials on youtube.. I can
never come up with something of my own though, well, not yet anyway. I get lost in the interface too easily.
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