I need feedback for my rendering style, appreciated.
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The Asian Sam
I recently experimented with this style of rendering and it is still new to me, I tried to render a bot from my older sketch with a soft square brush instead of round brushes. I need feedback so I can render better next time. Any feedback is highly appreciated!
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Here’s my older style of rendering, I don’t know which one is better
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Dans
I like the first one most metal gear vibes idk why
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Sketcher Ameya
I think first one is really nice
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Mattias
Hey I know basically nothing about rendering, but I just wanted to say these look like really solid professional work, awesome drawings and designs!! I think the rendering looks great. Fantastic, I love all of these here really fun!! portfolio worthy!
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Sketcher Ameya
I think it is looking really nice sam.
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Yiming Wu
It's looking quite nice already. To me, you could use some softer gradients to break the "hardness" in some places, at the moment everything is hard, although the structure is quite defined, but some softer gradients in place would make the image more interesting I guess. I think at this stage is more about looking at the kind of style you want to achieve rather than looking for advice without constraints.
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Serena Marenco
I would just add a little texture to avoid the plastic effect.
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Simon Houis-Hamead
im not an expert but looking at your first painting all the edges in it are hard. You typically want to vary up your edges with some of them being soft where the form curves away from the light, as opposed to everything being hard. Now a robot like the one you’ve painted will typically have a lot of harder edges but there’s still surfaces that are rounded. Try and find some really good reference of mechs or robots from some really high budget films (like pacific rim maybe) where they will have spent a great deal of time and money properly rendering out a robot. It’s the closest you can get to studying a robot mécha from life because well they’re not real. Hope this helps
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The Asian Sam
thanks, I will research on those soft edges.
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Steve Lenze
Hey Asian Sam, To be honest with you, it doesn't really matter. All employers want to know is if you can design, draw and paint. The shape of your brush makes no difference. One way is not "better" than another way. What is important is, do you have the skills to do the job. period. I think your stuff looks nice, and that you should continue to build a portfolio.
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