Here’s my talk from Blender Conference 2017 about the secret of making high-quality art. Hint: it’s about arranging big, medium and small shapes inside the composition.
Links and Special Thanks:
James O’Brien (Vadim Ignatiev)
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Interesting talk, Gleb! I’ll definitely look at the compositions with different eyes from now on.
Thanks for that.
Amazing article. Not following primary, secondary & tertiary shape relationships catches me out in my traditional media (non-CG) work all the time.
This will improve my drawing no end.
Wisnu Danur Wendo
if i may ask, where is the primary, secondary and tertiary shape comes from( not from neil blevin one )?
i’ve tried to search it everywhere but cannot find it,
Forgot to add, the Dota2 art guide is handy
Also some good tips in the Team Fortress 2 art guide