I’m always on the lookout for interesting shapes for my art. I’ve even taken to adding a bit of perspective into my creations. This works for me because I have a knack for adding a bit of depth to my artwork. This one is from a recent commission.
Most of the art that I do is in the 2D world of my illustration or web work, but I have started to get into creating in 3D. I think I just started to play around with it and I’m looking forward to doing more of that.
One of the keys to creating things in 3D in my opinion is a sense of depth. It helps me to understand my subject and also to make the most of things. I like to think of things that have depth as having a “soft edge.” In 3D, soft edges become hard edges. That’s how I see things.
In my opinion, an artist who creates in 3D should have a solid grasp on what their subject is, what it needs to look like, and what elements should be included in the art. The same artist can create in 2D, but it will be far more difficult to make a strong point for the viewer. You’ll be in a much better position to make a strong argument for the art you put out.
It’s only if you’re capable of doing it and don’t have the time or the inclination to do it, that most likely will be in your favor.
Not to mention youll likely also be under a lot more pressure to show them what you think they need to see in your art. I mean, have you ever really seen a 3D shot of someone in a 3D game? Or, you know, really thought about what they were trying to show you? You dont want to show them what you think they need to see if the art isnt good enough.
I don’t know about you, but I have a hard time thinking about art as something it is. I can’t decide whether I think it is a lot harder to make pretty than ugly art, or if I think that every good artist has some skill with it. What I do know is that I really hate when people say “art is the sum of all the things you put into it”. It just sounds like a really dumb thing to think when you are not in the art industry.
Artists are some of the most talented people I know. I think that a lot of these artists have a gift for expressing themselves in a variety of ways. When they find that the art they produce isn’t quite what they thought it was, they often tend to tweak it, add something to it, or even just tweak it a little bit more.
Not that there are any artists that I know of that are doing this to their art. But a lot of people do. I do. It’s a very hard thing to explain, but it’s a lot of fun. Sometimes you just need a change of scenery. I think that artists tend to have a bit of a sense of humour about it, and it’s not a bad thing.
If you’re not a professional artist, or in any way a person who doesn’t know what they are doing, then you might not realize what you’re doing. Or perhaps you just aren’t very confident in your abilities. Either way, you should never get so obsessed with your work that you start to think that it’s perfect.