LightWave 3D [8] 1001 Tips & Tricks by Wes Beckwith, Steve Warner, Robin Wood

By Wes Beckwith, Steve Warner, Robin Wood

During this collective knowledge, you'll know about hidden software program good points, times-saving methods, thoughts for reaching higher effects.

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I know for most of you this seems like a given, but I talk to a lot of people on the forums who do not do this and it shows in their work, as it does in mine. When you draw out your models, you not only can plan your cuts, but if you are designing a new spacecraft, you’re able to think faster by putting it on paper and be more creative. Once you’re done go grab LW and have at it. This is a tip I need to follow more. Versions: All 84 Todd Grimes | Pre-visualization | All Levels Allow for Creativity At the early stages of the project, let the concept artists develop whatever imagery the subject matter inspires in whatever medium they choose.

That’s one of the problems that make stick figures look like bad stick figures. Make sure you draw a horizontal line for the shoulders and a horizontal line for the hips first. This will greatly improve the look of your stick figures. Hands can quickly be scribbled into shape. Don’t be too finicky about the look of the individual fingers as long as you can get the feel for the hand gesture. Sometimes I’ll actually draw a body shape rather then a stick if the character calls for it. Versions: All 95 Policarpo | Pre-visualization | Beginner Other Perspectives Interview people who specialize in a field that you are doing pre-visualization work for.

Versions: All 18 Policarpo | General Tips | Beginner Watch and Learn Rent or purchase DVDs that are heavy CG productions so you can watch the extras and get a glimpse into how the big studios pull off shots. Versions: All 19 Policarpo | General Tips | Beginner With the Eyes of a Child Watch cartoons as if you were a five-year-old. It is important to retain the magic and wonder you felt as a child. Versions: All 6 | Chapter 1 General Tips 20 Patrik Beck | General Tips | All Levels Take Care of Yourself Never go for longer than an hour behind the computer without getting up and stretching a bit.

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