Like spheres. But cones. A good second step in my lighting learning fun!
Same principles apply in regards to applying primary, secondary, and bounced lighting to simple forms. However, unlike the sphere, there are two planes to be aware of (technically 3 if you consider the edge between them). No cast shadows, so it looks a little wonky.
To be honest, I’m not sure how ‘correct’ these are, but just gotta keep practicin’!
Thought I’d share some process with you guys too. I’m usually pretty slow and inefficient. But this one took the slow and inefficient cake.
I don’t even know why I drew the forms out on section 2. Ended up just adjusting everything by eye anyway. Or maybe it helped on some unconscious level.
|I've been a lurker on this community for about a year, just admiring the art and browsing. Finally was inspired enough and worked up the courage to take a swing at it. So Christmas 2013, picked up a sketchbook, some pencils and decided to learn to draw. Deviantart tutorials have been super awesome at teaching and I've recently picked up a tablet so I hope to keep posting up stuff and track my progress.|