TERRY LANE - Visual Development For Games Vol 1
Visual Development For Games Vol 1
Terry Lane is currently an Art Director based in Melbourne, Australia. He has worked for
companies such as Stainless Games and Blue Tongue Entertainment [THQ] where
Terry worked on hit games DeBlob and DeBlob: The Underground.
Concept Design Workshop is pleased to present Terry Lane: Visual Development for Games.
Volume 1. In this lecture Terry will show how to design a character and define a visual look
for a game. Terry will show his process from creating thumbnails and initial ideas right
through to final linework and blocking in turn arounds. Topics coverd include, Drawing,
Photoshop Brush set-up, Colour Thumbnails and Design Theory. In this lecture you will have
the unique opportuninty to watch Terry discuss many principles that concept artist’s need
to learn and master to take their work to next level.
Software used: Adobe Photoshop.
Caution: Mild language warning. Terry is Brittish and sometimes drops the F-bomb. Not suitable for children.
Topics covered in this digital download:Design fundamentals and principles.
Sketching for character design.
Photoshop Brush Set-up
Daily workflow pipelines.
To play this video you need approx 1.3GB of HDD space to download the files.
Runtime is approx 2hrs 20mins.
All downloads are set at 720p, They look really crisp on screen.
Play with Quicktime Player