CGI 3D Animated Trailer: “For Honor- Thin Red Path” – by Unit Image


Honor What do you know about honor? You Who has never faced true fear Learn what honor is before pretending you are a warrior Know this before you step onto that thin red path when no misstep is allowed Path that only ends when your legs fail to support you And your heart stops beating A path where sadness goes along with pain, and where glory is the color of blood This now our path goes only one way The way covered with enemies and brothers And it will take you without any shame into the hands of death For the name you were given and for your descendants For Honor

How to make a wool felt picture: beach sea (Aannsha Jones creates)

How to make a wool felt picture: beach sea (Aannsha Jones creates)


Hi I’m Aannsha Jones. Thank you for visiting. In this video you can learn how to make it felt painting and lay out the wool in a great design, so with that said let’s get started. Making felt paintings and wall hangings is fun! I began as an artist using acrylics and painting murals. I wanted to see what could be achieved with felt. Here are some of my felt paintings. I think you’ll agree you can create anything you can imagine. Today we’re making a simple painting with simple design layout, but from here you can explore your own style. All materials for this project are listed below. Start by laying the first of 4 layers. I use white wool as it makes a nice fresh base. Layers of wool blend as they felt so for the second layer, lay blocks of color as a background for your finished painting. So orange and yellow for the sand and light blue for the ocean. Lay these rovings at right angles to the first layer. The third layer will bring more variety of shades which will give the finished felt painting more depth. If it helps look at a photo of the beach to see where the sand is lighter and where the ocean looks darker. Here I’m adding different sand shades, getting lighter where the waves meet the sand. Again the tops are laid out at right angles to the second layer. I’m still using light blue for the ocean because I’ll use a mixed roving for the waves detail in the final layer. Pat it down and make sure it is even thickness. I’m using two mixed rovings for the waves: dark blues and ocean blues & greens. The white in each roving is silk which gives it lustre, like shiny water. As you can see I’m teasing out the shades of blues and see greens leaving pale blue showing through and this creates the look of waves. Where the waves meet the shore, I’m using white roving to create the white wavy foam, then I had more dark blue to create shadow and this gives the waves depth. Next I use variegated yarn and roll it up to create the effect when it’s felted of coral and shells. Once I’ve placed these in position I use a little wool roving the same color as the sand to place over the yarn and this helps it to felt well into the painting. To create more light in the waves and on the beach I add hand dyed silk rovings and these catch the light and and add shine. I balance the dark of the ocean with a stronger burnt orange on the sand at the base of the painting. Next I add some dimensional wool and gives really gives a great ripple effect to the sand. Finally I add wool nepps to the crest of the waves to give more of a frothy look the foam. Nepps don’t blend easily as they’re already pretty much pre-felted so these need white rovings over the top to help them felt. Now ready to felt, put down netting and wet the wool right through. Carefully rub soap over the wool and begin rubbing gently so as not to disturb the design underneath. I will quickly show most of the felting process here but for full details, materials and an explanation on how to make felt, please follow the link provided. And the pinch test shows it’s mostly ready for the next stage except one little detail and I rub that the bubble wrap. Now onto rolling around the pool noodle The video: How to make felt – tells you how long to roll and how many times to turn your work to get even shrinkage. Now for the following stage: rubbing the felt and dipping in soapy water and then more rubbing. It’s ready when you achieve that lovely recognizable textured finish. Then you need to rinse all the soap out. Add 2 tsp vinegar to the final rinse and make sure the wool soaks it up. Leave it to rest in the vinegar water while you tidy up. Squeeze out the excess water gently then towel dry. Pull into shape and there’s your beautiful finished felt painting. And here it is hanging on the line. I love the colours! And here is dry. If you’ve enjoyed this video please give it a LIKE! And if you want to be notified of my next creative videos please SUBSCRIBE to my channel! This is Aannsha Jones over and out.

DIY Mural · Easily Paint Any Image, Any Size W/ Quick DIY Projector · ad · SemiSkimmedMin

DIY Mural · Easily Paint Any Image, Any Size W/ Quick DIY Projector · ad · SemiSkimmedMin


Hey you lot, hope you’re all good. So as you may know, I love a good statement
wall, especially a hand-painted mural, i love the freedom of painting on the massive canvas
of a wall creating something on a much bigger scale than usual. But sometimes it can get a bit fiddly, a bit
overwhelming, translating a small image or an original sketch into a much bigger size. So i thought i’d share with you an easy
way to create a stunning, impressive bit of decor without having to exert your creative
skills whatsoever. So first of all, you’ll want to find an
image that you want to use as your mural design. I’m really keen on sticking to royalty free
images because, as an artist myself, i hate the thought of stealing someone else’s creative
content. Not only can you get in quite a bit of trouble
for it, but it’s just not a decent thing to do. Thankfully there are tons of images and illustrations
online that are royalty free. I was recently contacted by Graphic Stock.com,
who rather than charging for each individual image like most stock image sites, they offer
a monthly or yearly subscription service where you have access to over something like 300,000
graphics, photos, vectors and illustrations which I think they said was like the largest
download library of its type online. Now if you’re not sure if you wanna sign
up, they do offer a 7 day free trial where you can download up to 140 different images
which i think is enough to get a feel of the kind of service they offer and to get your
hands on a few great bits and bobs for free. So having had a look around, I decided to
go for this pattern because i really thought it would suit the area i was painting. And I saved a couple of other images for future
reference, i thought one of these bikes would look nice in a hallway leaning up against
a wall and a motivational quote would look great blown up above my desk. Now that I’ve got my image ready, its time
to blow it up and make this projector. Ive seen a few versions of this diy floating
around youtube but this is the way that works best for me. So all you wanna do is Take a cardboard box
and cut a square or rectangle out of it. Don’t forget to take your time and mind your
fingers. Next you’ll need some clear plastic. You can use one of those clear envelopes that
you use to organise folders to separate things or like me you could use a sandwich or freezer
bag. Then you can either print out your image and
trace it from the paper onto your plastic with permanent marker or simply trace it directly
from your screen. Place your plastic sheet over the window you
cut out of your box and pop a torch or your phone inside. I’m usually fine just balancing my phone
against the back wall of the box , you could also put things inside the box to lean your
phone against. Then all that’s left to do is turn off the
lights. And there you have a super simple projector. If you don’t have permission to paint on
a wall, you could also use this for blowing up a drawing onto a large canvas or even make
a nice tapestry with it. Now just line it up with your wall or canvas,
adjusting how close and how far you are to change the size, and if you’re working outdoors
like me, you’d obviously have to wait until it’s dark. you may also need to rest your box on a chair
or a table to get it to the right height. Just experiment with positioning until you
have things how you want. Then the rest is simple, follow the lines
projected onto the wall to map out your drawing or painting and get started. I usually use acrylic paint for wall designs
because its got a bold colour and it’s water-resistant. If you’re working outside like me, you might
want to finish up the next day with a varnish or some kind of sealant to make sure your
mural is gonna be durable enough to withstand weather conditions. And there you have it. Don’t forget I’ve left a link below to the
graphic stock website if you want to try out their 7 day free trial. I hope you enjoyed this video, I hope you
found it useful, thanks for watching and i’ll see you next time! Bye!

CGI 3D Animated Short: “Runaway” – by Susan Yung, Emily Buchanan & Esther Parobek | TheCGBros

CGI 3D Animated Short: “Runaway” – by Susan Yung, Emily Buchanan & Esther Parobek | TheCGBros


(soft orchestra music plays) (clicking squeak) Hey! Good morning Chillie. (creaky thump) (clicking squeak) (squeaky clack) (repeated thumping) (snap) (slow motion) Boy: Noooooo!!!!! (clang clang) (ominous violin music) Boy: Ugh, crud…I knew this day was coming. (scribbling) (putting lid on marker) See you later Chillie. I…I gotta go…umm…I gotta go run an errand. (climatic violin music) (door opening and closing) (piccolos and flutes playing) (paper rustling) (magnetic click) (clarinet plays) (sigh) (mechanical noise) (mechanical steps) (door opening)
(bottles rattle) (thumping) (rubber stretching) (whoosh) (door opening) (thud)
(bottles rattling) (thud)
(bottles rattling) (traffic) (car zooming)
(car passenger: yee-haaw!) (steps)
(orchestra music continues) (dub step music) (slow deep voice) Narrator: Yeah! (whoosh) (sad orchestra music resumes) (door opening)
(rattling bottles) (laughing)
(rapid steps) (more sad music) (door squeaks open) (door shuts) (gasp) (thump) No!!! Chillie!!! (crying) (panicky breathing) Excuse me. Have…have you seen my fridge? (musical indignation) (knocking on glass) (shhh) (whispered) Thanks. (sad music) (steps) (thud) (slight inhale) (oboe playing meloncholy) (paper flapping in wind) (magnetic click) Chillie. (quietly) What are you… (louder) What are you doing? What this?
(paper rustling) What about this? Oh. (lovingly) No, no. I was never gonna replace you. See? (bottles rattle) You can’t jump to conclusions like that. (door clicks open)
(happy oboe music plays) (door clicking close) (gasp)
(patting) (happier exit music)

How to Draw a 3D Optical Illusion with Pencil – Fine Art-Tips

How to Draw a 3D Optical Illusion with Pencil – Fine Art-Tips


Hello my friends and welcome
to another Tuesday of tutorial! Today I will do a drawing in 3D. I start by sketching what will be a deep hole. To get the 3D effect make sure all the lines
inside the hole converge at the point you are looking from. For this I hold the ruler fixed at the base
of the camera, while the other end swings to get the lines
in the right direction. To draw a pole which is going to be coming
out of the whole, I do the same but with a longer tool. And for a sphere I use a small ball and I
mark some dots at the base, the sides and the top. The top will come all the way over here,
looking from the other viewpoint. Uniting the dots I get a sphere which if viewed
from the right viewpoint it will look like a circle. And I draw a fictitious piece of paper. Inside of this thing I am going to make a
spying eye. All the time I keep checking through the camera
to see how is it looking. In fact to get the 3D effect, make sure you look through the
camera, or otherwise close one eye. I start shadowing. I will say the light is
coming from the top left. I do a middle tone for the background, and
then I smudge it with the brush, also going over the piece of paper so that
it gets some color. I give some shadow to the paper and with an
eraser, I erase the the tone on the corner, so that it looks like it is lifting. Then with a brush I darken just by it, so
as to give more the effect. I repeat the same technique on the other edge. I draw a shadow to the post and then I smudge
it with the brush so that it is a soft shadow. Lets give some volume to this eye. I use a black prismacolor for the pupil because
I want it REALLY dark. And with some blue I do the iris. This is how it is looking if you look at it
from the wrong viewpoint. But from the right one it starts showing the
volume of the 3D. I am going to erase this part to open the
eye a little bit more because I think it would look better. Like this. I go over the sides of the post so that it
stands out more. I give some reflections and some red capillaries. Ok, the final touches to the alien eye. Please let me know what
do you think about it. If you enjoyed it, please give it a LIKE and
subscribe to my channel. You know where to follow me and where the
links are. And Ill see you on Tuesday.

CLIP STUDIO PAINT Tutorial [English / Spanish / Korean SUB] “(5) 3D model and perspective”

CLIP STUDIO PAINT Tutorial [English / Spanish / Korean SUB] “(5) 3D model and perspective”


I am seeing the work finishing as painting characters is done, but the third frame is not started for the matter of instruction order. With a lot of straight lines, it seems difficult to drawn with free hand just like I have done so far.
I will introduce several functions for this situation. With CLIP STUDIO PAINT, various materials such as pattern tone and 3D model can be applied other than brushes. Here’s 3D model of train, so let’s use it. The method of adjusting point of view is the same as ʺ3D drawing doll.ʺ Guide lines can be displayed in the 3D space. The guide will be displayed on the screen by clicking the ruler icon in the ʺLayerʺ palette. You can adjust vanishing points by shifting guide lines with the ʺObjectʺ tool. It is useful when combining the perspective of rough sketch and that of 3D model. You can draw lines along perspective by using vanishing points of 3D space where the train is put now. Set the display range of ruler to ʺDisplay in all layersʺ in the ʺLayerʺ palette. Turn on ʺSnap to special rulerʺ in ʺCommand Bar.ʺ In this situation, you can draw lines along perspective of 3D space with ʺPenʺ tool and so on. Proceed to draw the railway and the front building. Reduce the 3D color of train to monochrome for fitting to the surrounding. Set ʺDisplay decrease colorʺ>>ʺMonochromeʺ effect in ʺLayer Property.ʺ Proceed to draw the backward buildings. These buildings are not with complete one-point or two-point perspective, but manga-like ʺfake perspective.ʺ Hide the vanishing point used for the foreground and create another vanishing point. Use ʺPerspective rulerʺ when drawing lines along perspective. Select the ʺFigureʺ tool>>ʺRulerʺ>>the ʺPerspective rulerʺ toolʺ in the ʺToolʺ palette. Draw a guide line twice along a diagonal line of the building, and vanishing point will be automatically set. You can draw both a line toward a new vanishing point and a vertical/horizontal line. It is one-point perspective. You can add vanishing point to two-point and three-point perspective. By using the function of ʺVector Layerʺ, it is easy to modify a part where lines are crossing in buildings and windows. Not only default materials but original background materials can be registered as ʺMaterial.ʺ Registered materials can be used right away by drag and drop to canvas and the ʺLayerʺ palette. Once the line drawing is finished, create a new ʺRaster Layerʺ and proceed to paint with fill tool. With the window part, select the ʺAuto selectʺ tool and drag with the ʺGradientʺ tool. Don’t paint meticulously in order to keep balance with surrounding frames. Draw cloud in the background with ʺBlurred edge watercolorʺ in the ʺBrushʺ tool. Now, all frames are painted. Looking over the whole picture, there are some parts that are not enough. In the next chapter, I will modify a bit to finish the illustration.

[Minecraft] How to turn pictures into maps

[Minecraft] How to turn pictures into maps


Hey! I’m gonna show you how to make a map into a custom drawing So let me just close this download window real quick Okay so this is a lovely
picture of Squidward I’m gonna turn it into a map, and we’re gonna turn it into a picture in Minecraft. So what you want to do Is you wanna first download the image
so lets do: Squidward. Then you want to go into photoshop and you want to take the picture you just downloaded, and take it into photoshop. You can do this in paint but doing it in paint, it’s kinda harder to remove the background, and you can see is I can just
do like this… But if you want to keep the white you can do that. But I’m not going to do that so now we’ve done that, we’re just gonna save it again, and
we’re gonna open this program called “image to map” which is this right here You can see I already did one right here, but we’re not gonna bother with that and I’m gonna go into my Dropbox folder so let’s see… here you go Squidward! And you can already see the picture here its kinda different in colors, that’s
because Minecraft doesn’t really support the different colors. So What you do, is you now click save, and we can just call the map something, so let’s do.. “map_ 1234 so.. ok we have to select a folder.. sorry.. okay after you save the picture, you wanna go to the folder where you saved it. so it’s right here now: map_1234 and you wanna just grab it from there and you wanna go into your .minecraft folder I’m not gonna bother teaching you how to do that. If you’re watching this video, i’m thinking you may already know how to do that… So you’re gonna go into saves or if you own a server you go into your
map so from here you choose to world, i’m gonna do this one, and you see in data you see this maps here so we can paste in the map if you go into worlds ok, that’s an different map.. I would recommend you download this
program, err this mod, called all-u-want. It’s written like this: ALL-U-WANT it’s nice because you can just customize items. If I go in here I can
go to the map, and you’ll see you wanna put the damage value to the number you made the map so.. 1234. If we do that you can hit save and you’ll see the map, and you can see Squidward, hold on, let me just set it to day.. So there you go! That’s a nice picture of Squidward right there. And you can see that because I removed the background, you can’t see the white stuff. So let me just put the picture right there, and there we go! He looks very wonderful in this picture. If there’s anything you wanna know just ask me in the comments, I can answer most questions so.. yeah. ByeBye!

This 12-Year-Old Has Taken the Art World by Storm

This 12-Year-Old Has Taken the Art World by Storm


(enchanting music) – [Aelita] Sometimes they say, “Oh, a kid did it, it’s
not worth anything.” Lots of people say that 12 year olds are such an annoying age. Critics say that I’m like Jackson Pollock. And they say it as a compliment, but I want to be known for my own style, not being compared to someone else. – [Narrator] This Great Big
Story was made possible by Lego, play her way. (upbeat string music) My name is Aelita Andre.
I’m an abstract painter. And I’m from Melbourne, Australia. – [Narrator] At only 12 years old, Aelita has been in the
industry for over a decade. – [Aelita] I started painting
when I was nine months old. My dad put a canvas down on the floor because he used to paint a little bit. I just started crawling on the canvas and started painting before him (laughs). That’s how everything started,
that was my first painting. (charming music) My first show was at the
age of two years old. – [Narrator] Without telling
the gallery owner her age, her mother presented the work and Aelita was booked for her first show. Since then, she has taken
her art across the globe and has sold paintings for
around $35,000 U.S. dollars. I’ve been to London,
Russia, Japan, New York, Italy, China, mom, where else? – [Mom] Hong Kong. Hong Kong, but–
Four times. Four times (laughs). I paint every few days, but
mainly when I’m inspired. When I paint, I usually
think about the universe, I think about animals, pretty much everything
that has to do with nature. With the violins on the canvas, I want to show that the
whole universe is singing. – [Narrator] Although Aelita’s young, she understands the harsh
critics in the art world. – [Aelita] When people question my talent, usually I don’t mind because I think that everyone should
have their own opinion. – [Narrator] But there is one critic whose opinion does matter. So Fluffy is our little pet art critic. He usually starts biting me or biting the painting
if he doesn’t like it. But it will be great. – [Aelita] My mom and
dad encouraged my art and I’m so happy. (Aelita and dad laughing) So I definitely think that I’m going to be doing painting for the rest of my life. It’s something that I love so much. (electronic chiming)