Juliastorybored 2D and 3D Art

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  1. Juliastorybored

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    Hi i am a 2D and 3D Game artist and i am new here and still learning the what's and where's of this website. Here are my artworks i made for the past years of being a game developer. Feel free to give me a comments and or suggestions. I will be dumping my artworks here from time to time. Thanks!


     




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    You really know your art, these look great.


    Will you do commisioned work in the future? 
     
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    Man I wish i could do 3D models like those to use on 2D games  ;)
     
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    Your 3D works look really cool! What program do you use to make them?
     
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    Me too. Because it would be more easy to work than with sprites, much like old games did, still images of 3d models (Baldur's Gate, for example).
     
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    Hello there and thaks!
    yeah i'm also planning to do some commissions to improve myself on doing my craft.
     
     
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    i use Maya and Zbrush for sculpting and modeling and for the textures i just use Photoshop //rmwforums.s3.amazonaws.com/emoticons/default_smile.gif
     
     
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    yeah using 3D really helps a lot doing props, environment and other things. it speeds up your work a bit especially when you have a deadline or you want just focus on other things.
     
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    Juliastorybored, please avoid double posting, as it is against the forum rules. You can review our forum rules here. Thank you.
     
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    I would love to learn how to do 3D. Your work looks fantastic. 
     
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    Thanks a lot!. Your art is awesome too! 
     
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    Now that is some serious skill you have ^^ Love your 3D as well as artwork. How long have you been working with 3D?
     
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    Thank you! I took a Digital 3D Course for 4 years and after that i loved creating all sorts of art since. i think it has been 6-7 years of love and hate relationship with my 3D. but right now i am focusing on 2D art first. going back and improving the basics and the fundamentals of Art. :)  
     
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    Haha, I can imagine getting to where you are no wasn't a walk in the park ^_^ Even so, I never quite thought I'd see someone do 3D work so well~ As for your 2D work, are you practicing both of those shading styles or seeing which one you like the most?
     
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    oh the 2D art i posted here. Honestly, i don't know what i'm doing hahaha, it still is a struggle for me on what style i have to go for. it is not easy but we all have to work for it right?. hehe By the way i have also seen your works and woooow! you have good art stuff there i tell ya, nice work! 
     
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    Loving your 3D works!


    The last one looks amazing, especially the cell shaded look, it is a screenshot from actual game?  :) :thumbsup-right:
     
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    You're doing amazing at both, so you can go either way with the painting or lineart style. Guess that means you can switch it up depending on the project your working on and if it fits it, so that's a + in itself. And yes, always progressing when it comes to improving, even what we're good at :)  As for the 3Ds you shared, did the teams you worked on ever get to finalize those projects? It all looks pretty professional or very close to.
     
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    Thank you and Yes, the last picture was in fact during the actual game-play :)  the game is made for a contest (IGMC2015). We did finish it though, unfortunately we don't have time and the man power to polish the story, flow and etc...
     

    The Projects, it was set aside and put on hold by our lead programmer because of a few post production problems, bugs,  mobile optimization and time (again). We were ambitious during that time. and now more and more games are made not too similar but close to ours thus making our game the same game as others you see in the app store or play store. thus, we decided to hold the project for now. i always think that it was a waste of time, giving all you hundred percent effort to a certain goal and not being able to finish it. It is not the case, hehe. it is also a learning, an experience too. whether it is finished or not. and whether it is successful or not. 
     
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