10 Designers share the process of creating their amazing design work

Publicado: enero 16, 2011 en Curiosidades, Uncategorized

Neil Hanvey

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Atomic Circus

Q : Your illustration “Atomic Circus” still has the same lively and merry attitude, as the rest of your work except this one is a bit more detailed than the rest. Please talk about the process of creating this piece.

It all started with the rollercoaster track at the bottom of the piece. From there I just started filling 2 sheets of paper with doodles. Once I had filled both sheets I scanned them into Photoshop and pieced them together. Once they were stitched together I began coloring them in. The blue color you see in the slashThree version is actually the original colored version with a blue layer on top with the layers blend mode set to hue. That’s one of the things I love about Photoshop, the ability to change the entire feel of something in a non-destructive way.

Other amazing design works:

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Source: http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/inspiration/interview-with-illustrator-neil-hanvey/

Jennifer Cirpici

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Dance With the Devil

Q : “Dance With the Devil” is a very strong illustration with an equally intense message. Please walk us through the process of creating this stunning piece.

I made Dance With the Devil with Berthjan Achterop. It’s about people who pay thousands of dollars every year for cosmetics (represented by the devil/man in this picture) to look young and fresh… This shows the pressure of our society to stay young.

Berthjan and I always wanted to make a collaboration. But we both didn’t really have the time to start because we were busy with work and school. So I asked him if he had a piece he didn’t finish yet. He did a collaboration with someone else and it wasn’t finished so I could finish it.

We worked both very hard on it in Photoshop, giving each other ideas and asked others for feedback as well (because with only 2 eyes and one mind you don’t always see and think about everything). We also used our wacoms and painted stuff in it like the rain, we really wanted to make a dramatic piece to fit the concept.

Here is a small case study of how we worked together. We’re happy about the outcome and learned a lot from each other!

Other amazing design works:

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Source: http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/inspiration/interview-with-jennifer-cirpici/

Minkee

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Illustrated Biography

Q : Your illustrated biography suggests you love printmaking, cats, birthday cake (for 100 year olds?), photography and a bunch of other things, can you elaborate for us?

The birthday cake has only 26 candles thank-you-very-much! Which will need to be updated with one more before too long. Also in need of updating is the little location map, I have hopped around the country a fair amount in those 26 years and am now in Scarborough, loving being by the sea, and I have a couple more cats and a puppy now too. A small, furry and expanding family. That page is an example of how my brain works, I sat for days on and off trying to put all these facts into a neat page of flowing words, but drawing them instead just makes so much more sense to me!

Other amazing design works:

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Source: http://vector.tutsplus.com/articles/interview-with-minkee/

Ed Lopez

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Anasazi

Q : “Anasazi” is an incredible illustration that you created exclusively for the readers at PsdTuts. Please walk us through the creation of this piece, and what exactly is going on in it?

Yup talking about Anasazi precisely all the aforementioned techniques are involved in it. The base plate was done in Vue 8 where you can appreciate the capabilities and qualities of the atmospheric engine and the procedural textures and terrains, from there all the ancient buildings and bridges where digitally painted in PS, and finally the face was rendered in Cinema 4d brought into PS where it was textured and blended and at the end the camps, people, fires and such where painted around it.

I always like to theorize and represent fictional events where civilizations didn’t go extinct and what would happen if the course of history was different as well as the always theorized Alien influence in such cultures.

Other amazing design works:

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Source: http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/inspiration/interview-with-ed-lopez/

Diego L Rodriguez

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

The Variable

Q : “The Variable” was an amazing illustration that you created for the readers of PsdTuts. Please walk us through the creation of this unique and detailed illustration, and what exactly inspired you to create it?

Thanks for your words. I started playing with some architecture photography on the canvas. Later I inserted a human stock, playing with textures and my own 3D renders. The arm took a very interesting effect, like crossing a dimensional door threshold. That was the part when the whole piece appeared on my head.

I was watching “LOST” the TV show, and all the time-traveling stuff was very present on my mind, so I tried to create an instant, when someone is crossing a dimensional door (kind of a “Stargate” too).

By mixing my own stocks, 3D renders, fluids and digital painting I composed the whole scene, introducing some depth and the island as a tribute to the “LOST” TV show (the title itself is an homage to one chapter from the 5th season). I must say the starting process was really random and funny, playing with lot of stuff. That’s my real workflow when I start some kind of artistic manipulation or photo-illustration.

Other amazing design works:

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Source: http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/inspiration/interview-with-diego-l-rodriguez/

Samuel Pereira

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Haiti 7.0

Q : “Haiti 7.0″ is a great piece that you and designer Ed Lopez did, please talk about the creation of the illustration and the special cause you were working for.

Well, that was supposed to be part of a poster project to raise awareness of the happenings and the bad living conditions in Haiti, unfortunately the project failed. But we still tried to help those people; I really hope we did in any way. About the piece, like you said it’s a collaboration artwork between me and my friend Ed Lopez, I honestly think we did a great job on this one, Ed is a great artist and it’s easy to work with him.

Other amazing design works:

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Source: http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/inspiration/interview-with-digital-painter-samuel-pereira/

Jonathan Foerster

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Bellus

Q : Your illustration “Bellus” is obviously something different because of its extremely vibrant colors. Why did you choose to go out your design norm for this one? And give us a look into the process of its creation.

Just kind of what I was going through at the time and they fit the piece, if it were darker tones or muted colors I don’t think the visual aspect of it would have worked. For that moment in time I was pretty happy with everything going on, and wanted to create something a bit different. Near the end of working on Bellus I fell into a rut again and felt I was finished with it, my pieces that followed began to become darker, richer but less vibrant.

You can view a progression timeline of Bellus here. After viewing it I wish I would have left in some aspects that I took out or worked through.

Other amazing design works:

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Source: http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/inspiration/interview-with-jonathan-foerster/

Ranko Blazina

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Winter Cloud Makers

Q : After browsing your work I couldn’t not to notice your “Winter Cloud Makers” artwork. I see that it has a story behind it. I was inspired and it really opened my imagination. Tell us more about it.

Hehe, that artwork was produced in a few winter nights, just like the title says. A few days before starting to draw this piece, I was starring through my window and watching snowflakes fall.

We have really SNOWY days here in Croatia. Did you notice that every time the snow is falling , there are no clouds?! Just an awesome site to whiteness covering the sky. So, it hit me! There must be someone who MAKES clouds! At least in my imaginary world. A few girls blowing the clouds from their mouths, but only when no one is watching. So I started sketching, planning, and finding some base plates. After few sleepless nights, the “winter cloud makers” piece was done!

Other amazing design works:

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Source: http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/inspiration/interview-with-croatian-artist-ranko-blazina/

David Waters

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

We Tigers

Q : The imagery seen in “We Tigers” is phenomenal, can you please tell us what we are looking at and how you created this piece for the latest DepthCore pack?

We Tigers’ was mostly an exploration of a new style of work for me. Before I was working mostly with photographs and stock images and lately it has been very liberating to get away from that for a while. I purchased a digital tablet a few years ago and with each new piece I’ve been trying to use it more and more and rely less on images. My more recent work is becoming almost entirely illustration, but I feel this is how I work best. The final image has a lot of incorporated texture and colors, but the core of the image was illustrated with my tablet in Photoshop and I used photographs for reference.

Other amazing design works:

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Source: http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/inspiration/interview-with-artist-and-designer-david-waters/

Dimo Trifonov

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Yesterday

Q : “Yesterday” is a great simplistic abstract illustration you made. Please talk about the inspiration for this piece and how you went about making it.

MTV had a contest on the Behance network, the theme was Time. So I decide to submit something. The piece visualized my yesterday, when I saw a girl with amazing green eyes look at me. All I wanted is just to hit the pause button and then rewind the same moment again and again. That’s why I made this rainbow color line, it represents the timeline and its cold colors and warm colors and the hand is trying to stop the time on the warm one while it’s melting from desire to touch the girl. I know it’s cheesy but those things don’t happen to me daily so I wanted to capture the feeling.

Other amazing design works:

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

10 Designers Share the Process of Creating their Amazing Design Work

Source: http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/inspiration/interview-with-dimo-trifonov/

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