This is the stuff I've been using to put paint on the wall. The mural is just about complete so I've decided it's not worth taking another intermediate photo. I'm just going to crack on until it's finished.
I'll happily accept that descriptionYup, you're an artist.
In a way, that's the plan . If I can get sufficiently motivated I'd like to 3D-model at least one of the species from the pic.Now tdd a 'Z' axis and make it 3D
Crazy to think SpongeBob has been around that long! Great theme for a kids wall too, your use of special materials, really creative.Very nice, and great artwork too. my ex and I painted the kids whole room as a "SpongeBob Squarepants" Bikini Bottom, complete with pineapple, easter island head and rock... We even used textured paint for the sand, and road. with wavy clouds and glow in the dark stars on the ceiling. 20 odd years ago when my hands didn't shake so bad.
Still thrilled by the response to the mural. I can say they're fun to do and I'd reccomend to anyone who fancies putting some paint on a wall. Maybe I'll get an opportunity to do another sometime.You are quite a talented artist. This thread should be called "How to make Dinosaur Murals"!
Thanks, I'm don't consider myself a Blender expert but I'll pass on any tips I can and I'm fairly open about my personal art techniques. We're all learners after all.That is freakin' awesome!! A lot of people here have questions about Blender. Don't be surprised if you start getting asked some questions.
Cheers for that. I'd like to create another papercraft though it will be a while before I get round to it. Knowing me it'll probably be prehistoric themed .My dear friend, this is remarkable. You have achieved something our InGen engineers have spent years to accomplish. Would you be interested in creating something which might be turned into a giveaway for our little Park visitors, like a free model kit or anythink like that?
Thanks, hopefully it's worth a couple of views for dinosaur fans. I was annoyed when I had to remove the real-time version so this is a good way for me to put the project to rest. If I ever have a catastrophic backup failure it'll still be viewable in some form.I'm looking forward to seeing it!