The Techniques of Neville Page Volume 3: Rendering Eyes AVI | 720х480 | 2h 10min | 627 MB Gender: elearning
Making eyes appear rich and soulful is critical to conveying character. In Rendering Eyes, Neville Page clearly describes a process for rendering beautiful, frightening, or appropriately horrible eyes. Detailing the anatomy of the eye, he explains how to approach the various details that contribute to a natural looking eye including reflection, glossiness, refraction, color, veins, the iris and wetness. Whether you choose to start with an existing sketch, render from scratch, or paint over a rough sculpture – all of which are described during the course of the lesson – these techniques are crucial to any character rendering.
The software used in this DVD is Adobe Photoshop. Topics Covered: - Photo Reference - Reflective Surfaces - Eye Anatomy - Rendering a Human Eye - Photoshop Brush Techniques - Rendering Techniques - Super Glossy Realism - Painting Over a Sculpture
Chapters 01: Research 02: Matte Surface 03: Understanding Reflections 04: Reflective Sphere 05: Changing the Environment 06: The Human Eye 07: Rendering Over a Sketch 08: Adding the Eye 09: Painting Clay 10: Orangutan Eyes