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COMPUTER ARTS PORTUGAL :: EDITORIAL APROACH #01

Criativos Abril2010

From the man of letters behind this issue’s cover to the creatives passing on their indispensable type tips, meet the people featured in this edition of Computer Arts

Computer Arts October 2009

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

www.computerarts.co.uk

Future Publishing Ltd, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2BW Phone 01225 442 244 Fax 01225 732 275 Email ca.mail@futurenet.co.uk Web www.computerarts.co.uk

Editorial Rob Carney Editor rob.carney@futurenet.com Tom Dennis Deputy editor tom.dennis@futurenet.com Jo Gulliver Art editor jo.gulliver@futurenet.com Luke O’Neill Deputy art editor luke.oneill@futurenet.com Amy Hughes Operations editor amy.hughes@futurenet.com Jim McCauley Online editor jim.mccauley@futurenet.com Jeremy Ford New media editor jeremy.ford@futurenet.com Contributors Jason Arber, Graeme Aymer, Jeffrey Bowman, Nick Carson, Jacob Cass, Deanne Cheuk, Dominic Danson, Sarah Edwardes, Amelia Gregory, Stewart Hamilton-Arrandale, Tim Hardwick, Tony Harmer, ICE CREAM FOR FREE, Tom Lane, Mark Penfold, Ciara Phelan, Ed Ricketts, Alex Trochut, Sergio Vichique, Pedro Vilas-Boas, Garrick Webster, Richard Wentk Photography Dave Caudery, Joby Sessions, Jesse Wild Cover printer Midway Text printer BGP Paper Text: Graphocote 80gsm text, Cover: Precision Special Gloss 250gsm Typeface Akkurat Steve Jarratt Group senior editor Robin Abbott Creative director Christian Day Group senior art editor Jim Douglas Editorial director Advertising 0207 042 4122 Mark Rankine Advertising director mark.rankine@futurenet.com Nick Ripley Advertising manager nick.ripley@futurenet.com George Lucas Account sales manager george.lucas@futurenet.com Ricardo Sidoli Senior sales executive ricardo.sidoli@futurenet.com Guy Jackson Classified sales executive guy.jackson@futurenet.com Malcolm Stoodley London sales director malcolm.stoodley@futurenet.com Jude Daniels Ad director central sales jude.daniels@futurenet.com Kerry Nortcliffe Ad manager central sales kerry.nortcliffe@futurenet.com Queres trabalhar connosco? Envia CV + Portfolio para mail@dooplacollective.com

Marketing Daniel Bruce Brand manager daniel.bruce@futurenet.com Rosie Dedman Promotions executive rosie.dedman@futurenet.com Print & Production Vivienne Turner Production coordinator Nola Cokely Ad production manager Richard Mason Head of production Circulation Laura Finnigan-Treacy Subscriptions product manager laura.finnigan-treacy@futurenet.com Stuart Brown Trade marketing manager stuart.brown@futurenet.com Licensing Tim Hudson International Licensing Director tim.hudson@futurenet.com Future Publishing Limited Matt Pierce Group publisher Stuart Anderton Publishing director Simon Wear Chief operating officer Robert Price Chief executive Subscriptions 0844 848 2852 www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk Next issue on sale 22 October 2009 Distributed by Seymour Distribution Ltd, 2 East Poultry Avenue, London EC1A 9PT Tel: 0207 429 4000

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Creditos Equipa Computer ARTS Portugal

From the man of letters behind this issue’s cover to the creatives passing on their indispensable type tips, meet the people featured in this edition of Computer Arts

Computer Arts October 2009

APROACH #03

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

www.computerarts.co.uk

Future Publishing Ltd, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2BW Phone 01225 442 244 Fax 01225 732 275 Email ca.mail@futurenet.co.uk Web www.computerarts.co.uk

Editorial Rob Carney Editor rob.carney@futurenet.com Tom Dennis Deputy editor tom.dennis@futurenet.com Jo Gulliver Art editor jo.gulliver@futurenet.com Luke O’Neill Deputy art editor luke.oneill@futurenet.com Amy Hughes Operations editor amy.hughes@futurenet.com Jim McCauley Online editor jim.mccauley@futurenet.com Jeremy Ford New media editor jeremy.ford@futurenet.com Contributors Jason Arber, Graeme Aymer, Jeffrey Bowman, Nick Carson, Jacob Cass, Deanne Cheuk, Dominic Danson, Sarah Edwardes, Amelia Gregory, Stewart Hamilton-Arrandale, Tim Hardwick, Tony Harmer, ICE CREAM FOR FREE, Tom Lane, Mark Penfold, Ciara Phelan, Ed Ricketts, Alex Trochut, Sergio Vichique, Pedro Vilas-Boas, Garrick Webster, Richard Wentk Photography Dave Caudery, Joby Sessions, Jesse Wild Cover printer Midway Text printer BGP Paper Text: Graphocote 80gsm text, Cover: Precision Special Gloss 250gsm Typeface Akkurat Steve Jarratt Group senior editor Robin Abbott Creative director Christian Day Group senior art editor Jim Douglas Editorial director Advertising 0207 042 4122 Mark Rankine Advertising director mark.rankine@futurenet.com Nick Ripley Advertising manager nick.ripley@futurenet.com George Lucas Account sales manager george.lucas@futurenet.com Ricardo Sidoli Senior sales executive ricardo.sidoli@futurenet.com Guy Jackson Classified sales executive guy.jackson@futurenet.com Malcolm Stoodley London sales director malcolm.stoodley@futurenet.com Jude Daniels Ad director central sales jude.daniels@futurenet.com Kerry Nortcliffe Ad manager central sales kerry.nortcliffe@futurenet.com Queres trabalhar connosco? Envia CV + Portfolio para mail@dooplacollective.com

Marketing Daniel Bruce Brand manager daniel.bruce@futurenet.com Rosie Dedman Promotions executive rosie.dedman@futurenet.com Print & Production Vivienne Turner Production coordinator Nola Cokely Ad production manager Richard Mason Head of production Circulation Laura Finnigan-Treacy Subscriptions product manager laura.finnigan-treacy@futurenet.com Stuart Brown Trade marketing manager stuart.brown@futurenet.com Licensing Tim Hudson International Licensing Director tim.hudson@futurenet.com Future Publishing Limited Matt Pierce Group publisher Stuart Anderton Publishing director Simon Wear Chief operating officer Robert Price Chief executive Subscriptions 0844 848 2852 www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk Next issue on sale 22 October 2009 Distributed by Seymour Distribution Ltd, 2 East Poultry Avenue, London EC1A 9PT Tel: 0207 429 4000

Creditos Equipa Computer ARTS Portugal

From the man of letters behind this issue’s cover to the creatives passing on their indispensable type tips, meet the people featured in this edition of Computer Arts

Criativos Abril2010

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Creditos Equipa Computer ARTS Portugal

Criativos Abril2010

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APROACH #02

Computer Arts October 2009

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

Marta Cerdá After this Barcelonabased creative made the leap from psychologist to designer, work at Toormix and Vasava soon followed. She imparts her tips for type on page 36.

www.computerarts.co.uk

Future Publishing Ltd, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2BW Phone 01225 442 244 Fax 01225 732 275 Email ca.mail@futurenet.co.uk Web www.computerarts.co.uk

Editorial Rob Carney Editor rob.carney@futurenet.com Tom Dennis Deputy editor tom.dennis@futurenet.com Jo Gulliver Art editor jo.gulliver@futurenet.com Luke O’Neill Deputy art editor luke.oneill@futurenet.com Amy Hughes Operations editor amy.hughes@futurenet.com Jim McCauley Online editor jim.mccauley@futurenet.com Jeremy Ford New media editor jeremy.ford@futurenet.com Contributors Jason Arber, Graeme Aymer, Jeffrey Bowman, Nick Carson, Jacob Cass, Deanne Cheuk, Dominic Danson, Sarah Edwardes, Amelia Gregory, Stewart Hamilton-Arrandale, Tim Hardwick, Tony Harmer, ICE CREAM FOR FREE, Tom Lane, Mark Penfold, Ciara Phelan, Ed Ricketts, Alex Trochut, Sergio Vichique, Pedro Vilas-Boas, Garrick Webster, Richard Wentk Photography Dave Caudery, Joby Sessions, Jesse Wild Cover printer Midway Text printer BGP Paper Text: Graphocote 80gsm text, Cover: Precision Special Gloss 250gsm Typeface Akkurat Steve Jarratt Group senior editor Robin Abbott Creative director Christian Day Group senior art editor Jim Douglas Editorial director Advertising 0207 042 4122 Mark Rankine Advertising director mark.rankine@futurenet.com Nick Ripley Advertising manager nick.ripley@futurenet.com George Lucas Account sales manager george.lucas@futurenet.com Ricardo Sidoli Senior sales executive ricardo.sidoli@futurenet.com Guy Jackson Classified sales executive guy.jackson@futurenet.com Malcolm Stoodley London sales director malcolm.stoodley@futurenet.com Jude Daniels Ad director central sales jude.daniels@futurenet.com Kerry Nortcliffe Ad manager central sales kerry.nortcliffe@futurenet.com Queres trabalhar connosco? Envia CV + Portfolio para mail@dooplacollective.com

Marketing Daniel Bruce Brand manager daniel.bruce@futurenet.com Rosie Dedman Promotions executive rosie.dedman@futurenet.com Print & Production Vivienne Turner Production coordinator Nola Cokely Ad production manager Richard Mason Head of production Circulation Laura Finnigan-Treacy Subscriptions product manager laura.finnigan-treacy@futurenet.com Stuart Brown Trade marketing manager stuart.brown@futurenet.com Licensing Tim Hudson International Licensing Director tim.hudson@futurenet.com Future Publishing Limited Matt Pierce Group publisher Stuart Anderton Publishing director Simon Wear Chief operating officer Robert Price Chief executive Subscriptions 0844 848 2852 www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk Next issue on sale 22 October 2009 Distributed by Seymour Distribution Ltd, 2 East Poultry Avenue, London EC1A 9PT Tel: 0207 429 4000


COMPUTER ARTS PORTUGAL :: INTERVIEW

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NyFtel

Entrevista

É com muito prazer que temos nesta edição especial 3D da APS – arte digital, o conceituado e talentoso artista digital Miguel Ângelo aka Malanjo. Quando o convidámos para colaborar neste número especial da revista o Malanjo, desconhecendo a existência de uma revista de arte digital portuguesa, acedeu de imediato e de acordo com uma sugestão nossa, produziu a capa da revista com uma ilustração 3D concebida para o efeito. Assim temos o orgulho de apresentar não só algum do portefólio do Miguel como também um tutorial relativo à imagem da capa da revista, algo em primeira mão...

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(A)PS Os teus trabalhos são por demais conhecidos tendo tido projecção em todas as maiores revistas e sites da especialidade e particularmente em livros com a qualidade da Ballistic. Qual a tua reacção depois de tomares conta da existência de uma revista portuguesa do género e qual a tua opinião acerca da revista, agora que já a leste?

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Doopla Designers Collective

Malanjo

Malanjo Acho-a bem estruturada e de fácil leitura. Acho também que é uma maisvalia para dar a conhecer Artistas Digitais portugueses.

Miguel Ângelo aka

(A)PS Sei que quando partes para os teus trabalhos não abdicas do desenho tradicional como ferramenta de estudo, seja através de esquissos ou de storyboards. Sei também, através do teu site, que pretendes voltar ao desenho tradicional quando fores mais velho. Como foi a tua educação a esse nível e qual a importância que deveria ou poderá ter a disciplina de desenho, no percurso de um artista digital?

www.malanjo.net

É com muito prazer que temos nesta edição especial 3D da APS – arte digital, o conceituado e talentoso artista digital Miguel Ângelo aka Malanjo. Quando o convidámos para colaborar neste número especial da revista o Malanjo, desconhecendo a existência de uma revista de arte digital portuguesa, acedeu de imediato e de acordo com uma sugestão nossa, produziu a capa da revista com uma ilustração 3D concebida para o efeito. Assim temos o orgulho de apresentar não só algum do portefólio do Miguel como também um tutorial relativo à imagem da capa da revista, algo em primeira mão...

Malanjo Estudei na Faculdade de Belas Artes do Porto (Design de Comunicação) onde Desenho e Figura Humana foi uma das cadeiras muito presentes ao longo do curso. Acho que todos os artistas plásticos (digitais ou não) devem ter o Desenho como ferramenta base para o desenvolvimento dos seus trabalhos. Penso que é a base de tudo. Filtros de Photoshop, renders 3D, linhas de vectores, etc., são apenas técnicas que se aprendem com tutoriais. Criação de arte vive de apreensão que gera expressão. Arte não se aprende, vai-se educando…

Arte não se aprende, vai-se educando…

(A)PS A tua carteira de clientes tem nomes tão sonantes como MTV, Nike, etc. Quais os trabalhos que te deram maior “dor de cabeça” e qual o que te deu mais prazer fazer? Malanjo Penso que nunca tive um trabalho que me desse dor de cabeça. O que me deu mais prazer de fazer é sempre o último que faço, pois acabo-o finalmente... NyFtel

É com muito prazer que temos nesta edição especial 3D da APS – arte digital, o conceituado e talentoso artista digital Miguel Ângelo aka Malanjo. Quando o convidámos para colaborar neste número especial da revista o Malanjo, desconhecendo a existência de uma revista de arte digital portuguesa, acedeu de imediato e de acordo com uma sugestão nossa, produziu a capa da revista com uma ilustração 3D concebida para o efeito. Assim temos o orgulho de apresentar não só algum do portefólio do Miguel como também um tutorial relativo à imagem da capa da revista, algo em primeira mão...

(A)PS Como achas que é o ensino em Portugal relativamente às artes digitais?

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Malanjo Para uma melhor inserção dos futuros profissionais na área, acho que mais do que dar estágios profissionais, está o respeito pelas pessoas e pelo indivíduo enquanto agente activo e inovador numa empresa, pois quem faz o sucesso das empresas não são os clientes nem os patrões, mas sim os colaboradores/profissionais.

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Malanjo Acho que cada vez mais está em evolução, mas não esquecer que o tradicional também é importante, e é com ele que se constrói o digital. (A)PS Que metodologias deveriam ser aplicadas para uma mais fácil inserção dos futuros profissionaisda área?


COMPUTER ARTS PORTUGAL :: INTERVIEW + SHOWROOM

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Entrevista Lisboa, 31Fev2009 Malanjo (A)PS

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(A)PS Existe um crescimento muito grande no mercado de jogos e animação/ motion graphics em Portugal. Não achas que deveria existir um muito maior estímulo e incentivo por parte das organizações estatais, não só na divulgação e promoção, mas também em termos de mecenato de projectos com garantias inquestionáveis? Malanjo Penso que já existe, caso do ICAM e algumas Universidades. Se calhar não pode é chegar a todas as partes por razões que me ultrapassam. Mas mais do que isso, era bom criar uma Sociedade Nacional de Arte Digital – como se criou em 1901, em Lisboa, a Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes – onde se reflectisse o processo Digital na Arte, mais do que o projecto digital num produto comercial. (A)PS Quais as tuas ferramentas de eleição e, se pudesses conceber um software, como seria? Malanjo Sem dúvida que os programas de escultura digital. Talvez não criasse um software mas sim um interface de espaço 3D pseudoreal, constituído por hologramas onde se pudesse trabalhar num modelo ou animação como se trabalha num pedaço de barro, em espaço real, uma espécie de Motion Capture invertido. (A)PS Como é um dia na vida do transmontano Malanjo? Malanjo É feito de contrastes... Ora estou a trabalhar intensivamente, ora estou em momentos de lazer com a Ana (a minha namorada), na piscina, no ginásio ou no BTT.

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(A)PS Quais as tuas principais referências e quais os livros que mais te marcaram? Malanjo Sem dúvida que todos os artistas ditos “amadores”, pois são eles que inovam sempre algo todos os dias. Livros tenho muitos, mas talvez os dos primórdios de anatomia que absorvi. (A)PS Qual seria o teu projecto de sonho? Malanjo Expor no Museu de Serralves (cidade que me viu nascer e educar, o Porto) daqui a umas décadas, numa retrospectiva do início do século XXI, talvez intitulada: “Artistas portugueses de um novo século”. (risos) Projecto de sonho. (A)PS Em que projecto está envolvido o Malanjo neste momento? Malanjo Ando em fase de experiências, a por em prática ideias antigas.

NyFtel

É com muito prazer que temos nesta edição especial 3D da APS – arte digital, o conceituado e talentoso artista digital Miguel Ângelo aka Malanjo. Quando o convidámos para colaborar neste número especial da revista o Malanjo, desconhecendo a existência de uma revista de arte digital portuguesa, acedeu de imediato e de acordo com uma sugestão nossa, produziu a capa da revista com uma ilustração 3D concebida para o efeito. Assim temos o orgulho de apresentar não só algum do portefólio do Miguel como também um tutorial relativo à imagem da capa da revista, algo em primeira mão...

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Corel Draw 40

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Doopla Designers Collective

NyFtel

É com muito prazer que temos nesta edição especial 3D da APS – arte digital, o conceituado e talentoso artista digital Miguel Ângelo aka Malanjo. Quando o convidámos para colaborar neste número especial da revista o Malanjo, desconhecendo a existência de uma revista

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50 de Março

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Corel Draw 40

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Doopla Designers Collective


COMPUTER ARTS PORTUGAL :: SHOWROOM

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NyFtel

É com muito prazer que temos nesta edição especial 3D da APS – arte digital, o conceituado e talentoso artista digital Miguel Ângelo aka Malanjo. Quando o convidámos para colaborar neste número especial da revista o Malanjo.

data

50 de Março

NyFtel

É com muito prazer que temos nesta edição especial 3D da APS – arte digital, o conceituado e talentoso artista digital Miguel Ângelo aka Malanjo. Quando o convidámos para colaborar neste número especial da revista o Malanjo, desconhecendo a existência de uma revista de arte digital portuguesa, acedeu de imediato e de acordo com uma sugestão nossa, produziu a capa da revista com uma ilustração 3D concebida para o efeito.

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Cliente

Doopla Designers Collective

50 de Março

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Doopla Designers Collective


COMPUTER ARTS PORTUGAL :: TUTORIAL

Modelação 3D e Photoshop

Tutorial Malanjo

13 Modelação 3d Studio Max Comecei por modelar a cabeça, com a técnica de modelação por polígonos. Depois de ter uma base geométrica sólida, passei para a escultura digital, onde consegui melhorar o aspecto consoante o que tinha em mente. Geralmente começo por modelar a cabeça do personagem que vou fazer, pois é aí que se situa a maior parte da personalidade do mesmo. Depois da cabeça mais ou menos modelada com o aspecto que procurei durante o processo, foi a vez de modelar o resto do corpo consoante o que tinha em mente para a imagem final.

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dica #002

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Luz Cinema 4D

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Acho que a luz é um dos factores mais importantes numa imagem, pois muito da história da uma imagem é transmitida pelo tipo de luz. Assim, tento trabalhar o aspecto da luz o mais possível. Foquei o ponto de luz principal na zona da cara e peito do personagem, pois é aí que toda a acção ocorre. Pus também uma luz de recorte a vir do lado oposto (lado direito) para ajudar a dar volume às formas.

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COMPUTER ARTS PORTUGAL :: TUTORIAL

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Texturas 3d Studio Max

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Quanto às texturas, o processo foi linear. Comecei pela cabeça e fui evoluindo no resto do corpo. Usei algumas fotos manipuladas e também alguma pintura digital. Para facilitar o processo, usei algumas texturas procedurais, como por exemplo nos tubos ou no relevo da pele. Podem ver aqui algumas das texturas aplicadas:

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cabeça

mãos sombras de contacto

camada de focagem

letras APS

Edi dolecus, corera quidunt ibeaquo sandell aboriore

Omnihiliquo blam sed quae voluptatiore nonsecus aspeditem fugitatque pra dist, ullab ilitas iliquae

Uptus. Ut optia quiducid magnieni quiamus venieni hicitiscium qui sequaep tatempo riosser oribus.

layers finais

armadura

tubos do lado

dica #001

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Composição

3d Studio Max

Como não tive muito tempo para trabalhar no 3D, algumas das soluções finais foram feitas na composição final, como retoques de luz (pontos de luz, etc.) e pequenos pormenores (exemplo da pele). Seguem as extracções de imagens do cenário 3D em várias camadas (separadas) para melhor ajuste na composição final, assim como parte do esquema das camadas feitas na composição final.

resultado final

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COMPUTER ARTS PORTUGAL :: CD CONTENT

APROACH #01

97 01-02 Graphic designer Hannah Cho is this month’s One to Watch (see page 12)

98 01 Spot the work of brand identity specialists housemouse

03-04 Creative collective ContainerPLUS’s playful fantasy worlds

Disc 168

Disc 168 Drink from the Computer Arts font If the thought of fresh ascenders and ligatures gets you giddy, then read on. Because not only does this month’s Computer Arts CD contain another actionpacked Output section, it also sports the fully featured Felbridge Regular font by Robin Nicholas, courtesy of Monotype. Does your work appear on web pages and in electronic media? Then you’re in luck – that’s what Felbridge was created for. Its strong, clear letterforms offer great legibility at small sizes and are resistant to degradation at lower resolutions. In addition, you can get the very latest iteration of this robust font, Felbridge Pro, for the exclusive Computer Arts reader offer price of £279 plus VAT - that’s a saving of £64! The new version includes extra weights and wider language coverage, as well as alternative OpenType letterforms. Email info@monotype.co.uk to order yours now. To get at your free Felbridge font, open the disc and go Disc Contents\ Resources\Felbridge Font

02 New Zealander Nadia Flower enchants with her fine-artindebted illustrations

Output 1Par Impressive showreel from the new Argentinean design agency Brunner Work from this issue’s Studio of the Month Christoffer Bjerre Stunning work from the San Francisco animation artist

01

EMET Bonsaininja Studio’s legend of Golem-inspired short Fierce Speed Shilo and Under Armour fire it up for ESPN

01

Hannah Cho Diverse and distinctive 2D work from our One to Watch I’d Kill for Flux Digital Improved and WEARELIKE’s CG-live action integration

01

EMET New legend-inspired short from the Bonsaininja Studio squad

Resources Felbridge Regular Monotype Imaging’s brilliant font – for free! After Effects training The CS4 essentials, courtesy of Total Training Photoshop brushes 30 free brush sets by Kirsty van der Voort for brushes.500ml.org InDesign tutorial Give your work a final flourish with a special finish or three Illustrator tutorial Create simple but effective logo designs Photoshop tutorial Bring frozen liquid effects to your illustrations Flash tutorial Turn your webcam data into striking 3D artwork

Nadia Flower Portfolio highs, as previewed in this issue’s Output

Links All the computer Artes Links you need!

01

Hannah Cho This month’s One to Watch opens her portfolio

Disc 168

Nadia Flower A taste of the illustrations that are turning art directors’ heads from Nylon to Fornarina

167 Computer Arts is a registered trademark of Future Publishing Ltd

After Effects video training Total Training unveils the CS4 essentials

© Future PLC 2009 CA167 CD October 2009 Made in the EU

Free Felbridge font Use Felbridge Regular in your projects, courtesy of Monotype Imaging Tutorial files Everything you need to complete this month’s Technique tutorials Using the CD The CD should auto-run when you insert it into your CD drive. If not, run either CA.exe for Windows or Arts for the Mac. To toggle auto-run on and off, use the Control Panel on your computer. You’ll need a web browser and an active internet connection. If you have problems using this disc, please email ca.support@futurenet.co.uk. This is a Future Computing CD-ROM This disc has been thoroughly scanned and tested at all stages of production, but – as with all new software – we still recommend you run a virus checker before use. We also recommend you have an up-to-date backup of your hard drive at all times. Although every effort is made to keep this CD virus-free, Future Publishing Ltd cannot accept responsibility for any disruption, damage and/or loss to your data or computer system that may occur while using this CD and the programs or data on it. Any comments? Send your comments and suggestions for improvements to Computer Arts’ new media editor at ca.mail@futurenet.co.uk, or by post at Computer Arts, Future Publishing, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2BW. 114 Made in the EU © Future Publishing Issue 167 __October 2009

For technical support, you can contact us using one of the following: 1__ The web – www.futurenet.co.uk/support/ Here you’ll find details of previously solved problems, updates and patches. 2__Email – ca.support@futurenet.co.uk 3__Fax – 01225 732279 4__ Telephone – call 01225 442244 on week days between 10am and 6pm and be sure to ask for Technical Support. Defective CDs If your CD has signs of physical damage or you can’t get the software to load because of read errors, contact our reader support team (phone – 01225 442244; email – ca.support@ futurenet.co.uk). If the CD is faulty, we will send you a working version within 28 days.


COMPUTER ARTS PORTUGAL :: CD CONTENT

APROACH #02

97 01-02 Graphic designer Hannah Cho is this month’s One to Watch (see page 12)

98 01 Spot the work of brand identity specialists housemouse

03-04 Creative collective ContainerPLUS’s playful fantasy worlds

Disc 168

Disc 168 Drink from the Computer Arts font If the thought of fresh ascenders and ligatures gets you giddy, then read on. Because not only does this month’s Computer Arts CD contain another actionpacked Output section, it also sports the fully featured Felbridge Regular font by Robin Nicholas, courtesy of Monotype. Does your work appear on web pages and in electronic media? Then you’re in luck – that’s what Felbridge was created for. Its strong, clear letterforms offer great legibility at small sizes and are resistant to degradation at lower resolutions. In addition, you can get the very latest iteration of this robust font, Felbridge Pro, for the exclusive Computer Arts reader offer price of £279 plus VAT - that’s a saving of £64! The new version includes extra weights and wider language coverage, as well as alternative OpenType letterforms. Email info@monotype.co.uk to order yours now. To get at your free Felbridge font, open the disc and go Disc Contents\ Resources\Felbridge Font

02 New Zealander Nadia Flower enchants with her fine-artindebted illustrations

Output 1Par Impressive showreel from the new Argentinean design agency Brunner Work from this issue’s Studio of the Month Christoffer Bjerre Stunning work from the San Francisco animation artist

01

EMET Bonsaininja Studio’s legend of Golem-inspired short Fierce Speed Shilo and Under Armour fire it up for ESPN

01

Hannah Cho Diverse and distinctive 2D work from our One to Watch I’d Kill for Flux Digital Improved and WEARELIKE’s CG-live action integration

01

EMET New legend-inspired short from the Bonsaininja Studio squad

Resources Felbridge Regular Monotype Imaging’s brilliant font – for free! After Effects training The CS4 essentials, courtesy of Total Training Photoshop brushes 30 free brush sets by Kirsty van der Voort for brushes.500ml.org InDesign tutorial Give your work a final flourish with a special finish or three Illustrator tutorial Create simple but effective logo designs Photoshop tutorial Bring frozen liquid effects to your illustrations Flash tutorial Turn your webcam data into striking 3D artwork

Nadia Flower Portfolio highs, as previewed in this issue’s Output

Links All the computer Artes Links you need!

01

Hannah Cho This month’s One to Watch opens her portfolio

Disc 168

Nadia Flower A taste of the illustrations that are turning art directors’ heads from Nylon to Fornarina

167 Computer Arts is a registered trademark of Future Publishing Ltd

After Effects video training Total Training unveils the CS4 essentials

© Future PLC 2009 CA167 CD October 2009 Made in the EU

Free Felbridge font Use Felbridge Regular in your projects, courtesy of Monotype Imaging Tutorial files Everything you need to complete this month’s Technique tutorials Using the CD The CD should auto-run when you insert it into your CD drive. If not, run either CA.exe for Windows or Arts for the Mac. To toggle auto-run on and off, use the Control Panel on your computer. You’ll need a web browser and an active internet connection. If you have problems using this disc, please email ca.support@futurenet.co.uk. This is a Future Computing CD-ROM This disc has been thoroughly scanned and tested at all stages of production, but – as with all new software – we still recommend you run a virus checker before use. We also recommend you have an up-to-date backup of your hard drive at all times. Although every effort is made to keep this CD virus-free, Future Publishing Ltd cannot accept responsibility for any disruption, damage and/or loss to your data or computer system that may occur while using this CD and the programs or data on it. Any comments? Send your comments and suggestions for improvements to Computer Arts’ new media editor at ca.mail@futurenet.co.uk, or by post at Computer Arts, Future Publishing, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2BW. 114 Made in the EU © Future Publishing Issue 167 __October 2009

For technical support, you can contact us using one of the following: 1__ The web – www.futurenet.co.uk/support/ Here you’ll find details of previously solved problems, updates and patches. 2__Email – ca.support@futurenet.co.uk 3__Fax – 01225 732279 4__ Telephone – call 01225 442244 on week days between 10am and 6pm and be sure to ask for Technical Support. Defective CDs If your CD has signs of physical damage or you can’t get the software to load because of read errors, contact our reader support team (phone – 01225 442244; email – ca.support@ futurenet.co.uk). If the CD is faulty, we will send you a working version within 28 days.


COMPUTER ARTS PORTUGAL :: CD CONTENT

APROACH #03

97 01-02 Graphic designer Hannah Cho is this month’s One to Watch (see page 12)

98 01 Spot the work of brand identity specialists housemouse

03-04 Creative collective ContainerPLUS’s playful fantasy worlds

Disc 168

Disc 168 Drink from the Computer Arts font If the thought of fresh ascenders and ligatures gets you giddy, then read on. Because not only does this month’s Computer Arts CD contain another actionpacked Output section, it also sports the fully featured Felbridge Regular font by Robin Nicholas, courtesy of Monotype. Does your work appear on web pages and in electronic media? Then you’re in luck – that’s what Felbridge was created for. Its strong, clear letterforms offer great legibility at small sizes and are resistant to degradation at lower resolutions. In addition, you can get the very latest iteration of this robust font, Felbridge Pro, for the exclusive Computer Arts reader offer price of £279 plus VAT - that’s a saving of £64! The new version includes extra weights and wider language coverage, as well as alternative OpenType letterforms. Email info@monotype.co.uk to order yours now. To get at your free Felbridge font, open the disc and go Disc Contents\ Resources\Felbridge Font

02 New Zealander Nadia Flower enchants with her fine-artindebted illustrations

Output 1Par Impressive showreel from the new Argentinean design agency Brunner Work from this issue’s Studio of the Month Christoffer Bjerre Stunning work from the San Francisco animation artist

01

EMET Bonsaininja Studio’s legend of Golem-inspired short Fierce Speed Shilo and Under Armour fire it up for ESPN

01

Hannah Cho Diverse and distinctive 2D work from our One to Watch I’d Kill for Flux Digital Improved and WEARELIKE’s CG-live action integration

01

EMET New legend-inspired short from the Bonsaininja Studio squad

Resources Felbridge Regular Monotype Imaging’s brilliant font – for free! After Effects training The CS4 essentials, courtesy of Total Training Photoshop brushes 30 free brush sets by Kirsty van der Voort for brushes.500ml.org InDesign tutorial Give your work a final flourish with a special finish or three Illustrator tutorial Create simple but effective logo designs Photoshop tutorial Bring frozen liquid effects to your illustrations Flash tutorial Turn your webcam data into striking 3D artwork

Nadia Flower Portfolio highs, as previewed in this issue’s Output

Links All the computer Artes Links you need!

01

Hannah Cho This month’s One to Watch opens her portfolio

Disc 168

Nadia Flower A taste of the illustrations that are turning art directors’ heads from Nylon to Fornarina

167 Computer Arts is a registered trademark of Future Publishing Ltd

After Effects video training Total Training unveils the CS4 essentials

© Future PLC 2009 CA167 CD October 2009 Made in the EU

Free Felbridge font Use Felbridge Regular in your projects, courtesy of Monotype Imaging Tutorial files Everything you need to complete this month’s Technique tutorials Using the CD The CD should auto-run when you insert it into your CD drive. If not, run either CA.exe for Windows or Arts for the Mac. To toggle auto-run on and off, use the Control Panel on your computer. You’ll need a web browser and an active internet connection. If you have problems using this disc, please email ca.support@futurenet.co.uk. This is a Future Computing CD-ROM This disc has been thoroughly scanned and tested at all stages of production, but – as with all new software – we still recommend you run a virus checker before use. We also recommend you have an up-to-date backup of your hard drive at all times. Although every effort is made to keep this CD virus-free, Future Publishing Ltd cannot accept responsibility for any disruption, damage and/or loss to your data or computer system that may occur while using this CD and the programs or data on it. Any comments? Send your comments and suggestions for improvements to Computer Arts’ new media editor at ca.mail@futurenet.co.uk, or by post at Computer Arts, Future Publishing, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2BW. 114 Made in the EU © Future Publishing Issue 167 __October 2009

For technical support, you can contact us using one of the following: 1__ The web – www.futurenet.co.uk/support/ Here you’ll find details of previously solved problems, updates and patches. 2__Email – ca.support@futurenet.co.uk 3__Fax – 01225 732279 4__ Telephone – call 01225 442244 on week days between 10am and 6pm and be sure to ask for Technical Support. Defective CDs If your CD has signs of physical damage or you can’t get the software to load because of read errors, contact our reader support team (phone – 01225 442244; email – ca.support@ futurenet.co.uk). If the CD is faulty, we will send you a working version within 28 days.


LOGO 3D WORLD

THE LOGO

APROACH #01

THE NEW LOGO

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THE ROOSTER

Black Background

Colored Background


LOGO 3D WORLD

THE LOGO

APROACH #02

THE NEW LOGO

White Background

THE COUNTRY

Black Background

Colored Background


LOGO 3D WORLD

THE LOGO

APROACH #03

THE NEW LOGO

White Background

THE COUNTRY

Black Background

Colored Background


COVER SIMULATION

APROACH #01

DETAIL


COVER SIMULATION

APROACH #02

DETAIL


COVER SIMULATION

APROACH #03

DETAIL


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