Character Modeling

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Daniel Wade
Ballistic Media Pty Ltd, 2005 - Art - 192 pages
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The definitive 3D character tutorial book showcasing the astonishing work and technical skills of leading artists Pascal Blanch, Francisco A. Cortina and Steven Stahlberg. Each master artist presents their character modeling techniques through a series of step-by-step tutorials from concept to creation.
  

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D'artiste: Character Modeling Digital Artists Masterclass, is a beautiful book, well suited to the coffee table as well as the office bookshelf. However, this book is not suitable as a beginners ... Read full review

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Page 2 - Welcome to the second book in our Digital Artist Master Class series. The d'artiste imprint (pronounced dah-tee-st) means both 'of the artist
Page 2 - However, the focus of d'artiste books is not limited to just techniques and technical tricks. In addition, we also showcase galleries of their own work and other artists
Page 2 - Modeling is broken into three sections based around each Master Artist. Artists' sections include a personal gallery, the artist's work and thoughts in their own words, a...

About the author (2005)

Francisco A. Cortina recently finished work on the film Aeon Flux at Digital Domain in Venice, CA. He joined the Japanese video game giant Square USA, where he worked on several game titles such as Parasite Eve and Final Fantasy IX, the animated feature film Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within and the animated short Animatrix: Final Flight of the Osiris.Pascal Blanch is an Art Director at Ubisoft Canada based in Montreal. His most recent game project was Myst IV: Revelation, the fourth in the cult adventure game series.Steven Stahlberg co-founded Optidigit and AndroidBlues, the virtual talent studio. He is a 2D and 3D artist, illustrator, art director and animator. Steven is internationally acknowledged as a world-class digital artist and was the first artist in the world to have a virtual character sponsored by a major modeling agency (Elite) in 1999.

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