?add material:photoshop’s screenshot
How did you make the photo like that???
This is based on a photograph.
Simply put, it appear somewhat like coloring.
What is important is that tracing brushstroke and do control details.
L2,Brushstroke pixels(tracing)(it objects surfaces)
L1,Base photograph (do color correction)
Do its best:)
Hi, I uploaded photoshop’s screenshot at this entry in the cause of reference.
Thanks so much for teaching!!
I understand the L1 AND L3,but not sure about the L2 (Brushstroke tracing). Does it mean you need to draw and paint on top of the photograph and cover the surfaces to make it not like a photograph?
I always have problem with this part, it never looked right and I have no idea what’s wrong.
Im really glad you replied! Thanks!!!!:)
I think so too for L2, it difficult part.
>Does it mean you need to draw and paint on top of the photograph and cover the surfaces to make it not like a photograph?
Yes. Well… how should I say it need get the knack of painting.
For example, it might be a good idea to reference several other works it will help with your work.
Anime background pictures books, like this? (Those are books gettable in US)
or on the web(matte painting),
On another note, could it be that are you students in USC? I have been to visit there once.
oh omg!!!! How do you know im from USC??????????????????????????????
did you track my IP address or something…
Yoshitaka san!! you are so magic:D!!Im so excited too
Im an animation student from USC cinema school. :)
And yah, I’ve Shinkai san’s book and always visit mattepainting.org. And I will buy the other two as you suggested.
I wish to be a background painter for animation. But the school does not teach this, so I have to learn everything myself…
BUT im sooo excited that you came to USC once!!Why was it?? If you visit next time, please let me know.please let me know..
I’ve seen your works, it’s really prettty and I love your style. So I happened to consult you with some questions.because Im also working on a project myself too.
Are you going to the Tokyo International Anime Fair by any chance? There will be a booth for USC animation department. Unfortunately Im not able to go this year…:(
If you come to USC anytime…let me know…
Actually, admin account be able to look comment user’s domain:)
>And yah, I’ve Shinkai san’s book and always visit mattepainting.org. And I will buy the other two as you suggested.
Good! I too use those books. Particularly, Oga’s book is helpful. and…by the way, I interviewed as part of a “The sky of the longign for memories”.
>But the school does not teach this, so I have to learn everything myself…
Oh, that’s tough.. I thought that teach it as in Division of Animation and Digital Arts and..
But I think that enjoying most important.
>I’ve seen your works…
Thanks a lot!
3 years ago, I visited usc’s the Robert Zemeckis Center Little time It is study tour conducted by school.
>Are you going to the Tokyo International Anime Fair by any chance? There will be a booth for USC animation department.
Yes and I know USC’s booth. Because, I stay there last year’s TIAF. (to be exact at booth for TEU. It same area.)
When I talked with professor Weinberg and students.
>Unfortunately Im not able to go this year…:(
It’s really too bad…:-(
>If you come …
Of course I will! And if you come to TEU anytime, let me know:)
Probably I will go TIAF. It is the booth(TEU) of the project that I belong to:)
I totally agree, I really enjoy the process of learning everything myself…
The division of animation recently does not offer any specific class on matte painting…. but I do enjoy the self-learning process!
Yoshitaka san!!!!You should be my teacher!!!
awwww So sad I can’t go to TIAF…
Im taking a Vsiual Effect class in Robert Zemeckis center this year.
Im surprised that u even remember Professor Weinberg too~!
wow suddenly feel like we should meet up!
One of my friend is going to TIAF, I may ask him to get in touch with you. :)