Poll: What do you guys think about doing a Workshop based on a Gnomon painting DVD?

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Old 10 October 2005   #16
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Cyro,

Cool, thanks for the feedback. In talking to another CGTalk member, I realized that Ryan Church's DVDs would probably be mostly about environments anyway, so if you guys have any suggestions for more people / Anatomy~oriented DVDs, I would definitely be open to suggestions. Still need to work out a lot of details, but I have this in the back of my mind. I will be able to give the Workshop more thought in December, after my CGWorkshop.

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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Old 10 October 2005   #17
I was planning on getting a matte painting dvd first and then maybe get some digital painting one soon. So yeah.
 
Old 10 October 2005   #18
I don't really think that the gnomon workshop DVDs deal to much in anatomy, they have character design but the ones I've seen are more focused on the design proses and they kinda presume you already have a knowledge of anatomy.

My suggestion would be to use Neville Page's Rendering flesh or Rendering eyes,
and take a more material indication approach.

just my two cent.
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