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Emily Jane

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Finally gotten the nerve to upload my art to 3D Hit! I'm currently set on perusing Games Art, since I thoroughly enjoy painting with Photoshop, but I'm going to try keep an open mindset during the first year c:

 

For my Final Major Project at college, I created a series of prints to narrate the original goose tale version of Little Red Riding Hood (which is a lot more sinister than the normal bed time story..)  written by Charles Perrault - in which the wolf  is a metaphor for a man consumed by his own primal desires, trying to take advantage of vulnerable lost women/and children in the streets to sate his hunger mwuhaha! *o*

 

Red Riding Hood: Piece 1

 

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Red Riding Hood: Piece 2

 

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Red Riding Hood: Piece 3 

 

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Red Riding Hood: Piece 4

 

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I produced a piece per week, and recorded each step in my sketchbooks as well initial thumbnail sketches in pen and pencil. I've got some more work on the way, but right now during the holidays I'm determined to learn the anatomy of the human body, so that drawing people is less of a struggle in my next big piece than it was when creating these ones! 

 

 


Edited by Emily Jane, 22 July 2016 - 02:48 PM.

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Looking outstanding! :D Awesome Work G!



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Wonderful stuff, post more :) Also start looking into Maya if you haven't already done so.



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Looking outstanding! :D Awesome Work G!

 

:'D haha thanks g

 

 

Wonderful stuff, post more :) Also start looking into Maya if you haven't already done so.

 

Thank you, will do! Got the free trial version and trying to learn as much as I can from youtube tutorials  :blink:   it's like trying to learn photoshop all over again



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Evil skeleton dude! ... I'm all outta name ideas  :I


Edited by Emily Jane, 23 July 2016 - 06:23 PM.

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Hay there , welcome to 3d hit! :D...

 

Its grate to see you posting early,  I did the same when i started and it defiantly helped getting into the habit early :)

 

Lovely stuff you got here so far , its defiantly good to keep open mindset in1st year however don't stop painting! .. keep making time for the things you currently love along with more carrier/portfolio related art .. It helps the soul :)



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Bloody hell... We're going to have some seriously good first years this year! Do you know what kind of stuff you want to specialize in down the road Emily?



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As of right now I plan on specialising in games art, as I've always wanted to produce concept art for games since I realised it was a thing! That was when I started secondary school XD But obviously as I've gotten older and learnt how competitive the industry is to break into, I can't help but have my doubts about my dream career being possible  :blush:  But then the fact it's so hard to obtain makes it even more rewarding, so I've been painting on Photoshop like crazy in hopes that one day the hard work will pay off.

 

I think really highly of this course and it's tutors, so I can't wait to get started asap and learn as much as I can from other artists and the pros - I heard you guys even have life drawing classes which would really help me learn how to draw people! I take it you went down the animation path? Do you feel industry ready and/or it's possible you can peruse a career in what you love doing after taking this course? :o

 

Many thanks! 

 

 

It's a hard course, but so is any other degree. Animation is just slightly cooler. If you have the right attitude and are willing to work hard then that is all that matters. In addition to this, I started the course as someone who had barely touched Maya and seeing people who already had was quite intimidating. The truth is none of that matters. By all means get started now so you feel more comfortable when you join, but first year is a year to figure what you do and don't like. Three years flies by so work hard, but enjoy yourself at the same time.

 

Personally I felt industry ready, but I was aware that I had so much more to learn (and still do). 


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As for wanting to be a conept artist, I had the same original dream. This course in my opinion honestly is a lot stronger in the 3d aspect so it can get you to a pretty high level in that area. For the concept art related stuff a lot may need to be self-taught. I couldn’t seem to find any good schools in the uk and most seems to be best learnt online.

But do think honestly what you want to show or tell in your work and let that guide you.

 

For me personally I realised that for now atlest it wasn’t that I wanted to nessorly be a concept artist (in terms of the job role).. I just enjoyed painting stuff which conveyed moods/story and that looked visual interesting.

 

Concept art seems to be more about solving problems then making ‘pretty paintings’ however there is times when they get to do more illustration work to J. I would say defiantly try ask concept art people what they do day to day and if you can try get some job experience in that area early. What you see online isn’t necessarily what you’ll be doing job wise in either field (3d or 2d).

 

Concept art isent as hard to break into as you think, past students have proven this. Its similar to character art .. both are possible with right focus and work.

I’m in the same boat about the whole specializing thing too. I remember lewis saying to have ruffly 1 main thing and 1 or 2 side things. Personally I’ve found this to work tho its harder to get the balance as you try to get better and better. People are different but for the sake of my own sanity and soul I keep the variety for now lol. 1st year was the hardest for me, and learning 3d is hard but is doable J .. theres a huge benefit from coming from a non 3d side as it will benefit you defiantly in the long run. I found painting on the side to help me get though the ruff patches of learning 3d.

 

Summer would be a good time to atlest learn mays ui, possibly learn zbrushs one to. This alone will already help you for 1st year.

I’m in a weird place right now carrier wise and am still learning this stuff so tale what I say with a pinch of salt ^^; … I’m kinda a big noob when it comes to all this stuff  so meh ~o~;

 

I’ll be coming back for 3d yr so feel free to ask more questions :3


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:o I love your colours and brushstrokes and your art, it's so so so amazing! <3

 

Us September Freshers have a facebook group here http://www.facebook....22267304734515/ if you want to join, and we have a Facebook Chat too. (it's just the 4 Animation courses)

 

Concept art and related fields is something I'm really enjoying at the moment too, but I have a feeling I'm gonna love Zbrush, we'll see :p



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@jeezejess Thank you for telling me this! :D it's reassuring to know you still feel you can learn more - it's like with art as a whole, every artist out there has room for improvement! (:
 
I do worry I may fall behind in the modelling side of things, so knowing there will be others like me with little experience with maya also eases my nerves, I still feel strongly about games art but who knows maybe I'll fall in love with modelling over the next three years XD
 

 

As for wanting to be a conept artist, I had the same original dream. This course in my opinion honestly is a lot stronger in the 3d aspect so it can get you to a pretty high level in that area. For the concept art related stuff a lot may need to be self-taught. I couldn’t seem to find any good schools in the uk and most seems to be best learnt online.

But do think honestly what you want to show or tell in your work and let that guide you...

 

I know exactly what you mean about being a self-taught artist - many concept artists I admire were self taught, since it's a very independent route to go down (deciding on your own style, using your own imagination, improving at your own pace..) no one's art journey is the same! I agree that being a concept artist is less about being an illustrator and more solving design problems within a team, and again that is something I'd love to do - coming up with a character/environment design and then having the modellers bring your idea to life sounds super exciting, I wouldn't even mind being apart of the modelling process as well XD it's just i have little amount of experience in that area as of right now.. It's inspiring to think past students have gone on to be concept artists straight away :o I'm definitely gonna work my butt off to try and get there (*•̀ᴗ•́*)و ̑̑
 
I can see the benefit in having one main specialism but then having two other skills on the side since they can always serve as backup plans and I assume probably looks good to employers anyway if they feel you're slightly flexible; I will deffo get on to learning the basics of maya and zbrush during the summer as I don't wanna be a complete n00b at the start of the course, I really appreciate you telling me all this thank you! 
 
I do have one quick question :o I'm curious to know if during year 1 the tutors split everyone up in like a group of 2 or 3? And how do they decide that? I have a twin sister who is also going to be on this course, although she is slightly more into the 3D modelling side of things;  I was hoping we'd stay together since we're a pretty good team and will be living together in a shared room, so it would be super unfortunate if our time tables were split up   :unsure:
 
@Heartless Blaze, thank you so much!  :wub:  Oh man I hardly use facebook but I'll definitely check out the freshers group, I had no idea that existed thanks :D Looking forward to meeting everyone in september!

Edited by Emily Jane, 26 July 2016 - 05:07 PM.

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You will be split up for some lectures yeah, I'm not sure how they decide so it might just be luck of the draw.

 

I think the distinction between being self taught or not is slightly misleading as everyone has to put in an immense amount of personal time learning either way. Nobody excels in anything just by taking classes. Zakia is right about the course being more 3D though, if you're unsure of where to find good learning resources for drawing I'd be happy to point you to some good books.

 

Your stuff looks pretty strong, it'd be cool to see some sketchbook stuff or just random drawings.


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You will be split up for some lectures yeah, I'm not sure how they decide so it might just be luck of the draw.

 

I think the distinction between being self taught or not is slightly misleading as everyone has to put in an immense amount of personal time learning either way. Nobody excels in anything just by taking classes. Zakia is right about the course being more 3D though, if you're unsure of where to find good learning resources for drawing I'd be happy to point you to some good books.

 

Your stuff looks pretty strong, it'd be cool to see some sketchbook stuff or just random drawings.

 

Thank you! I will scan in some sketchbook stuff to post soon then c: I'm currently half way through a sketchbook completely dedicated to learning the human body, I'm mainly using the online book Anatomy For Sculptors on anatomynext.com (a book i was recommended and am finding extremely helpful), but I also have some anatomy books and life drawing pictures too. And i think you're right that every artist is self taught, there's no step-by-step guide on how to draw, and everyone's so different. If you want to be good at something you love you have to eat sleep and breathe it :D

 

Any resources would be appreciated thank you! :)



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I always love drawing in my A5 Moleskine sketchbook since I can take it anywhere - and I find the limited space a fun challenge (why a lot of my imaginary creatures have big heads and tiny bodies lol) I really love using copic markers and gel pens to make bright, colourful portraits of any weird  creature that comes to mind, and can spend hours upon hours just adding little details, especially on textures such as fur, it's really relaxing. (:

 

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These two were done with copics, and white/silver gel pens - I remember starting on the blue tiger at the airport when me and my family were on our way to New York, and finished most of him on the flight back :D

 

 

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Blue wolf was done using prisma color pencils, was originally drawing Lobo from animal crossing but then I turned him into a Pirate ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

The bat on the right was all done using fine liners

 

(ノ´ヮ´)ノ*:・゚✧ More pages ...

 

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Here are the two fine liner pieces I did for a movie poster in college, bit of an eyesore lol sorry about that  :blink:

 

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Edited by Emily Jane, 27 July 2016 - 01:23 PM.

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A spider/coyote thing?! XD Odd since I hate spiders so much, he was a lot of fun to draw and colour anyway :D

Youtube Video of my process can be found in crappy webcam quality here:  ....I tried okay! XD

 

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Edited by Emily Jane, 27 July 2016 - 01:30 PM.

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