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Environment Concept Design of Japanese Anime Style in Blender and Photoshop: Ruin City

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Iola Cathern writes:

This tutorial shows you the complete process of how to design a stylized environment concept. It starts with the design ideas, references, and sketches, to the modeling, texturing, and rendering process in Blender, and finally to the post-processing process in Photoshop.

You will go along with me to create a broken Japanese city scene with the inspiration of Tekkon Kinkreet's art style, and you will see, the destroyed and crowded buildings, the vegetation covering the buildings, the dirty walls, and the cars dropped in water...The whole scene is in a highly stressful mood.

Through this tutorial, you will learn how to cultivate your design thinking, how to build a worldview for your personal project, how to use 3D software to assist you to work on the environment concept efficiently, how to make your environment project more stylized, and how to add details to the environment quickly...

Hope you have fun and improve your skills in my class!

1. Lack of stunning design ideas?
This course will help you develop and clarify your design thinking.
2. Disorganized and time-consuming workflow?
This course will help you to optimize the concept design workflow to complete your design work simply and efficiently.
3. No personal art style?
This course will help you learn techniques about scene concept, composition, color, detail, and atmosphere to let you know how to apply your personal art style to projects.

About the Author

Iola Cathern

Hey, I work for Wingfox. WingFox is a platform for international artists. Lecturers for our tutorials are from different countries around the globe.They have both enthusiasm and devotion to guide you through and achieve your better self. I am also a CG enthusiast, and I am committed to let more people discover wingfox's better works and artists. If you like the works of Wingfox × artists, please follow me. Thank you~

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