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Architectural Design for Film

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In this tutorial, I will show you how I designed an Architectural Environment for a film using both 2D and 3D methods.

We will first design a 2D sectional drawing in response to a brief, then take it into a 3D program to build a base for our final Concept Sketches.

Topics covered

- Translating ideas into a 2D cross-section (Procreate)

- 2D Cross-section to basic 3D model (Blender)

- Final 3D model overview (Blender)

- Timelapse: Painting over 3D (Procreate)

- Closing thoughts

What do you get?

- Over 45 minutes of narrated video content covering my workflow for designing an Architectural environment for a film

- Additional 3D paint over timelapse

- Final Concept Sketches in JPG format

Who is this for?

- Creatives interested in designing Architectural environments and spaces

- Creatives and Designer's looking to expand their skill set in digital image making workflows

Tools Used

- iPad Pro + Procreate + Apple Pencil

- Blender 

(This tutorial can also be followed in alternative 3D software such as; Rhino, Sketchup, 3ds Max etc. Alternative digital painting software can be used such as; Adobe Photoshop, Infinite Painter etc.)

What do I need before I start?

- Some experience with digital image making workflows

- Basic knowledge of digital painting software, such as Procreate, Photoshop etc.

- Basic experience using a drawing tablet or equivalent tool (Wacom tablet, iPad Pro, etc.)

- Basic knowledge of a 3D modelling package

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