Blender 2D-Concept Design : My predator 烈!

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(Seaway) #1

Concept Design : My predator 烈!
Use the GP drawing function of Blender 2.8.
Then sent to Krita and CSP to complete the final light, detail and color.
I hope everyone likes :slight_smile:

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(alf0) #2

amazing work !!!


(Member) #3

Wow nice work on it…


(ChameleonScales) #4

This is stunning but may I ask why you started it with grease pencil?


(Seaway) #5

English is not good, Machine Translation, please forgive me.
1 GP is vector, I don’t have to worry about pixel resolution.
2 Every pen I draw will be recorded, and I can replay the process.
3 I am curious, how many strokes can Blender’s vector strokes draw?


(Ethan) #6

wow this is stunning. Would love to hear your thoughts on how grease pencil performed in this workflow.


(Seaway) #7

Very happy to share:)
I feel that GP painting is very good, and it is almost the same as other painting software. And it has a higher freedom than painting software, and can also draw real 3D lines in 3D space.
This provides a new and optimal solution for real-time stereo dynamic Storyboard.

However, Using the Mirror modifier, its strokes are limited. When I paint more than 2,300 strokes and more than 10,000 points, Painting is not fluent. This is why I am exporting to Kirta painting later.


(Xard) #8

I’ve never seen grease pencils being pushed this far before. The shaded blender 2d output has a really nice mix of sketch and final.


(Seaway) #9

Yes, this is just the beginning :)
This is a new combination of conceptual design and dynamic storyboard.
Time, space, and design are all perfectly expressed in the grease pencils.


#10

omg amazing job. your lineart and light are fantastic. keep posting your art please
:purple_heart::purple_heart::purple_heart:


(Craig Jones) #11

Very nice work - did you paint the solids in CSP and Krita underneath the GP strokes? I like the combination, and you have a very full 3d feel to the forms, bravo!


(Seaway) #12

I am very happy to hear from you.
Painting directly in GP, no drafts in CSP and Krita.
I don’t need drafts when I have a positive concept in my head :)


(Seaway) #13

Thank you :grinning: