Environment Design Process Tutorial Vol 01  

4.5based on 13 ratings,6 reviews
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00| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 3 days ago
One of the best environment design tutorials i have ever seen, truly a great investment.
31| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 5 months ago
A very well structured and taught workflow for environment creation, I learned a lot and keep doing some of the processes learned here still today, thank you!
32| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 8 months ago
Gives a brief overview of the process without explaining many creative techniques. Not really a tutorial
20| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 12 months ago
As a beginner and being self-taught, I found it to be pretty useful to listen to the author's thought process and watch techniques that I haven't seen before. For people who have experience with environment design, this tutorial may not be as useful. FYI, there is no "hands-on" here, this is just watching videos and listening to the author talk through his process.
13| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | over 1 year ago
Nothing new found here for an intermediate artist.
over 1 year ago
Thanks a lot for your review 👍 Sorry you didn't pick up anything new but thanks for checking it out anyway 🙂
40| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | over 1 year ago
A clear and concise overview of Jonathan's workflow. He explains all the theoretical processes to produce his concept art for the particular environment. It is more of a broad overview, rather than specific and technical instructions as to how to perform the technical instructions on software. Nevertheless, provided one had used a 3D software and is familiar with Photoshop, it is in fact not difficult to grasp. Now only what's left is to get practising and be as quick and intuitive as Jonathan!
over 1 year ago
Thanks so much for your purchase and review 🙂 I'm happy you got something out of it!

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