Concept art tutorial giant robot base

Concept art tutorial giant robot base. This was originally supposed to be a really quick environmental concept art practice. As you can see on the first panel, the thumbnail, it was just a few guys standing on the bridge platform in a warehouse. But as I progressed, I felt that maybe it could be something more than some people running around in an open empty warehouse. Then I had an idea of they are standing on a raising platform in a robot factory or a base. Then I thought I should make it a giant robot so that it would look epic.
If you follow my art tutorials blog, you’d notice that I did a lot of basic environmental design tutorial recently. It is mainly for my own sake in improving my concept art skill. This one takes a bit more time for me and it is more complex than the previous ones in June 2013.

gundam concept art industrial base Concept art tutorial giant robot base

gundam concept art giant robot base

Watch a video tutorial, some useful tips for sci-fi environmental concept design.

free e book mini Concept art tutorial giant robot base

Below are step by step painting tutorial. Step one, I draw a basic thumbnail. At this point, I only focus on perspective and composition, nothing more. Step two, I draw some lines beams of the platform and foreground elements. Step three, I add steel plates on the bridge. Step four, I add supported beams on the roof and some cranes.

environmental concept tutorial industrial garage Concept art tutorial giant robot base

environmental concept tutorial industrial garage

Step five, I start to add gradient into the environment. In this stage, I have a robot idea. Step six, I paint color over the established value (gradient) in the painting. Step seven, I paint a basic shape of a robot with just head and shoulder.

environmental concept tutorial gundam base Concept art tutorial giant robot base

environmental concept tutorial gundam base

Premium  TUTORIALS: Over 2 hours of video with easy to understand lesson. butt cfehome Concept art tutorial giant robot base butt speedpainting home01 Concept art tutorial giant robot base

More environmental concept art tutorials.
-Environmental concept basic tutorial a room
-Old mans war inspired concept art tutorial
-Painting office concept art tutorial

PinExt Concept art tutorial giant robot basetumblr Concept art tutorial giant robot base

About Xia Taptara

Xia Taptara (黃曉聲 Huang XiaoShēng), currently a freelance concept artist for games and films, formerly a character concept artist for ArenaNet/NCsoft (GuildWars & Guildwars 2). I also work on various projects for Game of Thrones, Square-Enix, Paizo Publishing, Fantasy Fight Games, Disney Interactive, and many publishers & clients. I use Wacom Tablet Intuos and Photoshop CS2,3,4,5 to do most of my professional art work. I use pencil, pen, and traditional medium in my free time. I founded IdrawGirls.com (TheArtClasses.com) in 2007 to motivate myself to create more and better art. Also I get to draw and paint whatever the hell I want to. Hopefully I can inspired some young soul and old soul alike. *QUESTIONS & COMMENT: PLEASE POST THEM ON THE BLOG. Or CONTACT ME via idrawgirls Facebook page. DO NOT E-MAIL ME. Thank you. ;-)
This entry was posted in Cinematic, Concept art, Paint landscape, Painting tutorials and tagged environmental concept, interior. Bookmark the permalink.
  • Big Ron

    Downloaded your brushes and free videos. Also always watching your YT-videos. Thanks a lot for all your efforts.

  • http://www.idrawgirls.com/ Xia Taptara

    Thanks Big Ron. Hope they are helpful.

  • Kellen Carranza

    Have you made the custom shapes you used, available for download?

  • http://www.idrawgirls.com/ Xia Taptara

    Dude, I just showed you how to make them in the video. Do you want me to paint for you and take your salary too? Come on man. The more you work, the more you learn. :-)

  • Kellen Carranza

    Wow wow. Do not misunderstand me. I have made custom shapes, I made 4 last night just to add to the shapes I have. I also use alpha channels from photos in a similar way. I plan on making the shapes I’ve made available so others can use them. I don’t understand what’s so wrong with asking you about yours? I did not intend to make it sound like I need your shapes, it was just an innocent question.

  • http://www.idrawgirls.com/ Xia Taptara

    No problem, thanks. Keep it up. :-)