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Old 1 Week Ago   #1661
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Yellow = The bevels I am talking about... If that's their actual name. Shouldn't be that big.

Green = surfaces (supposedly) blocked from light/ shadowed

Blue = the edge that blocks the light.

The eyes seem to be shaded from a light source above the head while the hexagon has a light seemingly coming from the front
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Old 1 Week Ago   #1662
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Originally Posted by Fluxorious View Post


Yellow = The bevels I am talking about... If that's their actual name. Shouldn't be that big.

Green = surfaces (supposedly) blocked from light/ shadowed

Blue = the edge that blocks the light.

The eyes seem to be shaded from a light source above the head while the hexagon has a light seemingly coming from the front

the bevels or whatever thing seems pretty minuscule... Ill try to fix it I guess

I think you misunderstand where I have placed the light sources tho...

I placed one about 2 inches from the metal plate on the front

and a much dimmer one coming from the top-down

mathematically speaking, the cube at the bottom should infact be light gray.
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BUT I COULD ALWAYS CHANGE THE LIGHT SOURCES

I was just thinking it would be cool to have a reflected-light source and a original light source

if it looks

DUMB

I can just stop it
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Old 1 Week Ago   #1663
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Uh. If you had clay u could mold the shape and shine light on it; that is how I figure out how to shade stuff . . .

Try shading with warm colors. Shading with black is boring.
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Also where that DISCORD AT BOI

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Old 1 Week Ago   #1664
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Originally Posted by Yuma View Post
Uh. If you had clay u could mold the shape and shine light on it; that is how I figure out how to shade stuff . . .

Try shading with warm colors. Shading with black is boring.
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Also where that DISCORD AT BOI

naw I shade with cOOl colors

but legit I think blue ish colors look better on robot textures

i dont feel like molding clay tbh

but gr8 idea... maybe ill try that later :V



thats the kind of shading im going for tho^ see the light source??/
the bottom part is still highlighted despite being below.
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Old 6 Days Ago   #1665
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toribash light sources for robots are always on the top. show me an example of a head where it is done with two light sources correctly which looks half way decent ingame, and ill give you a cookie.
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Old 6 Days Ago   #1666
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nice one veoo.
some parts doesnt show form as it should,
The back is flat, you need to add more interesting forms there.


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Old 6 Days Ago   #1667
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Originally Posted by 13chillz View Post
toribash light sources for robots are always on the top. show me an example of a head where it is done with two light sources correctly which looks half way decent ingame, and ill give you a cookie.

heck

its 13chillz so basically im totally wrong ;(

collab with me chills ;(

ill fix the lighting I guess
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nice one veoo.
some parts doesnt show form as it should,
The back is flat, you need to add more interesting forms the

^ thanks dengue

yeah the back is pretty flat, im hoping to shade it better
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but 13chillz, if you're still here I have some questions about robotic art:

when I do shading of colors should I go from dark to light or light to dark?

and how do you create that organic feeling rather then the flat feel i have in my robotic art?

Here are two of my favorite organic feeling robotic pieces:




is it created by subtle shading over everything?

or is there some sort of texturizing brush you guys use?

it looks so organic... I need to know lol
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but I feel like clockwork uses some sort of filtering or noise control....

like a mask or something
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ALSO: 

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here I tried that ^
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its sad cause I really like the shading but I hate the make up of the head...


the sides are dope... the rest is OK
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Old 6 Days Ago   #1668
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you should really try deleting half of a head you like and then try replicate it until it "matches" and you learn lighting values, clockwork is nice for robotic lighting. you learn more than spamming half done textures.
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Old 6 Days Ago   #1669
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Originally Posted by 13chillz View Post
you should really try deleting half of a head you like and then try replicate it until it "matches" and you learn lighting values, clockwork is nice for robotic lighting. you learn more than spamming half done textures.

so you saying... don't keep posting half done textures and instead delete the parts that you don't like in a texture and make them match the parts you do?

sorry I don't quite understand
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Old 6 Days Ago   #1670
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find the clockwork flat. take the one half off the mirror. and then try replicate it

and seriously that head of mine in your post 3 back isn't a good example of robotic shading. ill find a better one maybe.

and if you make me take out my tablet after 4 years im gonna be pissed


and flats are way better to see whats going on than those round preview thingies.



looks like 1ntrepid used the same brush i used for my rough-in humanoid stuff. Its just a square brush thats slightly texutured.

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