Learn how to create a Feng Zhu inspired room using both 3D and 2D techniques
For more than 12 years, Feng Zhu has contributed to some of the highest profiled projects in the entertainment industry. His broad design skills allowed him to reach across into many fields from hit movies, to triple-A games, memorable TV commercials and toy designs.
Founding his own design company, Feng Zhu Design (FZD), his client includes Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Sony, Activision, Industrial Light & Magic, NCSoft, Warner Brothers, Lucasfilm, Bay Films, Epic Games, and many other top studios. In Hollywood, he has worked closely with well established directors including George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, James Cameron, Michael Bay and Luc Besson.
If you haven't seen his work, or watched his YouTube channel, you are missing out. It's time to go binge-watch! To help get you excited, we wanted to share one of his latest videos here, with included worksheets.
Design Cinema - Episode 109
In this episode, Feng Zhu breaks down the design process in order to simplify the approach of creating a 3/4 room. This method provides a logical way to add details without overthinking.
These rooms are a great way to introduce our students to the process of design thinking. This step-by-step approach allows them to make progress without getting overwhelmed. Having a checklist also makes critiques easier.
Feng Zhu was generous to share the incredible worksheet images that he used in the video, so make sure to check them out. They will help you work step-by-step through your own project.
Interested in learning more from Feng Zhu?
Well, you are in luck. As mentioned earlier, he started a school called FZD School of Design. It's located in Singapore, and it's amazing.