Building Design for Beginners
In this course, Charles will share the traditional method of how to design a building for concept art.
He shares his entire process of creating a unique silhoutte using a combination of multiple shapes.
The process includes how to do visual research, create a detailed line drawing, and turn them into a final line drawing with pencil, brush pen, and more. Through this course, sutdents will learn the step-by-step process of how to create their own very unique building design from scratch by observing real-world references.
What will I learn
- How to create a silhouette using geometric shape.
How to create a line drawing with selected silhouette designs.
How to collect relatable reference images for your design.
How to create a final line drawing.
2.5 Hours of On-Demand video
Two year access
Access on mobile and TV
Charles Lee is a Concept Artist and Co-Founder of Kazone Art. His list of past projects includes video game titles such as World of Warcraft, Starcraft 2, Diablo 3, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, God of War, Twisted Metal Black, and SOCOM4. Currently, he works as a Senior Concept Artist at Riot Games(formerly Art Director at Sony Animation).
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PreviewPart 1: Introduction & Creating silhouette using geometric shapes (9:24)
StartPart 2: Creating B/W silhouette using triangle and rectangle shapes (9:15)
StartPart 3: Creating B/W silhouette using multiple shapes (9:52)
StartPart 4: How to collect reference & Creating a detailed silhouette (12:20)
StartPart 5: Creating detailed silhouette using reference (18:06)
StartPart 6: Light and Shadow & How to turn 2D silhouette into 3/4 view (12:43)
StartPart 7: Creating design variations in 3/4 view (8:40)
StartPart 8: Creating design variations in 3/4 view (8:27)
StartPart 9: Defining the design in depth using thin pen strokes (18:03)
StartPart 10: Defining the design in depth using thin pen strokes (15:29)
StartPart 11: Final line drawing using photo reference (19:41)
StartPart 12: Final line drawing using photo reference (19:33)