i think this is the first one where i really want to hit PAUSE and
write something down.
there are alot of working methods in here that i never thought about.. may be old to most but my way of working with photoshop is never that
great stuff. thx to coro and the team!
I hate to stress you people here but I downloaded the M@ brushes but I didn't found any perspective brush on it except one thet's not what I was searching for...
Anyone can help?
MB: is it possible to have them in the Coro's part 2 download?
Freaking sweet. >_<
That was awesome.
The Eternity Wars
Wow this is very inspireing, I just watched the preview I definently will perchase this. Thank you very much for shareing!
great download... looking foward to part II
If it's no.1 it's called "M@_vanishing_point" and if it's no.10 it's called "pers".
They are quite "crude" in the way they look, but very usefull... just put them on there with a low opacity so you can see them barely and yo'll be fine...
They're not a "quick-fix" to great art, but very usefull quick laydown of perspectivelines, instead of drawing them yourself everytime....
interesting this comes out near the same time as drops a storyboard dvd also.... i was wondering if anyone has 's also to provide a side by side. I am not really into storyboarding right now but would like to be and would like to know which one to start with.
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i see it was edited out... censorship or scared of competition....
I think the word was banned because they used conceptart.org for guerilla marketing and productplacement posts...
since all other forms of advertising are banned from this forum...
anyway... where is part II? pleeease
ah i see
and the file will
not play properly
Can you hit me up
With a new Down
Rodney: The new version if being uploaded now... I'll get you a link as soon as it's done.
**update** all better now.
Last edited by MassiveDVD; July 17th, 2008 at 11:15 PM.
There seems to be some kind of problem. This is what it says when I try to download part 2.
or thisHttp/1.1 Service Unavailable
edit: Problem solved. It worked.Connection Interrupted
The document contains no data.
The network link was interrupted while negotiating a connection. Please try again.
Last edited by Manus; July 21st, 2008 at 02:06 AM.
I liked Coro and his goofy ways in the gun designs video...
He is being himself, spreading joy, and teaching, all at the same time!
Hey MassiveDVD, I downloaded part two but for some reason cant axcess any of the files not the psd or .mov I get an "error" message. Could I get another download link please. Thanks
just wanted to post a thanks to Aaron for sending me a new link! Everything worked great, oh and loved the video thanks to all involved
Cheers mate... happy to help. Glad you enjoyed the video!
Watching Coro in this demo, and my past experiences with M@'s awesome brushes inspired me to create this:
It's actually really fast and allot more flexible. Since it's vector based, it is also allot higher quality. Enjoy!
Awesome. I'll have to get this.
Coro, watching you work on so many panels at one time was very, very educational. The finished boards were beautiful, but the process itself was such a fun ride. I'm so happy I decided to add this to my MBDVD collection.
Please stop by my sketchbook!
Great video. I just got back from watching part 1. The voice acting was hiliarious and the puppy was adorable. :>
I'm just wondering though: How long did it take to make all of those panels, and what kind of deadline were you/would you be under?
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