3D renders are often combined with vector elements and photostock elements to create stunning visual effects. While some artworks can be created merely in Photoshop, most designers are forced to call upon other programs in order to achieve truly brilliant effects. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a Poser figure, create a shatter effect and render it in 3DStudio Max, then use Photoshop and some simple stock images to create a brilliant and visually stunning water explosion effect. Even if you don’t have Poser or 3DSMax, we’ve included the render in a PNG format for you to play with, and you’ll still learn valuable techniques.
This tutorial covers many advanced techniques, but not to fear, as Joe will walk you through step-by-step how to create it. You’ll learn rendering, depth of field, dispersion, photomanipulation, and how to add the tiny details that all combine for a brilliant artwork. So, let’s get started!
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four-handed project with Anderson Maschio, L.A. Salgado and Dado Queiroz – Highlight of 8th Brazilian Bienal – 2006 Client – L.A. Salgado
CAT – collage
Published in a classic periodic book named “Grafica Internacional” (International Graphic) Edition #56 – Year 2006
Art: Photography and collage without computer interference
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