Impressive illustrations using the power of Autodesk Sketchbook
There are plenty of illustration software packages available these days capable of bringing your ideas to life. Autodesk is renowned for making industry leading 3D software packages, but in my opinion they are no as well known for their 2D capabilities.
There are plenty of illustration software packages available these days capable of bringing your ideas to life. Autodesk is renowned for making industry leading 3D software packages, but they are not well known for 2D. I've recently been digging into Sketchbook, their recent illustration package and I must say it's really impressive and addictive.
I wanted to dig in and see if there were any Rookies' out there using the tool. The good news is that there were plenty, and they had way better drawings than me to demonstrate the softwares capabilities. Here are my top picks that might encourage you to download a free copy of this software.
This is creation of Julia the Human Jellyfish. Much like a jellyfish, she has a bioluminescent glow but only in darkness and when submerged in water. She's part of "Martin's Freaky Darlings" circus show with special performances only once a month.
I'm focused on making game ready low poly models and improving my character production pipeline showcasing them in a realtime environment. I wish to get my characters to a AAA game standard. Although, I'm also working on improving my texturing and lighting skills in tandem.
Here is a collection of my personal works which I'd like to present to you. From my earliest childhood, I have always had a passion for science fiction illustrations which has definitely influenced me to become an artist later.
Main Character Design for my final University project, She is one of 6 main characters for this project! Due to the project being so large for now I am only posting this character as I feel like she has been developed and changed the most throughout the year of working on this project!