"Painting Your Character” part of our ongoing series on “Creating a Games Character with the Autodesk Entertainment Creation Suite”.

Posted by ADSK_EDU, 10 October 2012 12:01 am

Well, it's Wednesday already in some time zones so that means we’re back again with a new episode, “Painting Your Character” part of our ongoing series on  “Creating a Games Character with the Autodesk Entertainment Creation Suite”.

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VES Awards

Before we get to the video I wanted to mention the 11th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards as Autodesk sponsors the student award each year. The winners are flown to LA to walk the red carpet and join the black tie dinner as they accept their award in front of the best artists in the industry! Previous winners met Stan Lee and James Cameron just to name drop a bit. Who knows whom you could run into? Entry forms area available starting October 15th so don’t miss your chance to enter for the prestigious award! VES Awards Link

Here’s the 4th video in the series but if you missed parts 1 to 3, you can see them on the Autodesk Education, Media and Entertainment YouTube Playlist.

Painting your Character in Sketchbook:

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Posted 12 October 2012 5:31 pm

Keep'em coming I've never thought about using Sketchbook before I would just go into photoshop and do everything I needed there. But after watching these videos I'm going to give it a shot, thanks.


Posted 9 January 2013 10:23 am

Hi sir. Firstly, Awesome series!!! So I have walked through all of the videos up to date and was revising the stuff and got hold of you talking about the design documents in one of these videos. I wanted to know what exactly a design document is. For example, if we are working with a team so what docs should I pass on to the design team to get started with my ideas. Also I'd be glad if you show us a sample of it. Thanks in advance and all the best for the upcoming videos.

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