Sunday, January 3, 2010

Experimental 3D texturing in Flash MX

A few years ago I drew and colored this truck and stored it away in my clipart collection, and I must have forgot about it because when I found it, it was covered in rust!!!

Anyways, recently I have been trying a few tricks and really seeing what Flash can do, and I been getting really big into sticking real life texture into my cartoons and giving them a different look and making them come alive rather than just putting in plain color! After texturing this one little truck, I defenitely have some major respect for people who do this for a living at Pixar, and Dreamworks because, "MAN!" that seriously took forever. Also, I completely vectorized it, which was also a very long process in itself! But I think the end result looks pretty darn cool! I hope whoever else comes across it enjoy's it too, and even leaves a comment! =)

9 comments:

Sally Taylor said...

I love the rustification of your truck! I also admire anyone who has the patience to spend a lot of time working digitally. I have been learning, but it is a slow process for me.

Jack Foster said...

Cool! I admire your patience and your talent! In this case... rust IS good :o)

Cartoons Inc. said...

Thanks Jack and Sally!!....I never thought rust could be so cool! Thanks for stopping by.

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Bob West said...

God has greatly gifted you
I enjoyed visiting your blog
God Bless;

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John A Abbott said...

That looks great! JotStudios here (remember you've got me as a link ;-))

I was very interested to see you using Flash as a drawing tool too. You've done a great job. I also use Flash to create a lot of my cartoons and illustrations - mainly because I animate quite a bit too so just get used to the tool. But I'm ending up using Illustrator more for print work.

What are the main tools you use ?

Love your work by the way!

See me at http://jotstudios.blogspot.com !

All the best!