26 Transparent PNG, 26 JPG Files | 600x700 Pixels | 6 MB
Theater and dance troupe "Pilobolus Dance Theatre" was established in 1971. During the years of existence, the team gathered conceivable award in dance. Members of the troupe can be created from all sorts of shapes of their bodies, demonstrating mastery of the human body. At this time, "Pilobolus" swung to the alphabet. In collaboration with photographer John Kane, they created the alphabet of the "living" characters to use these images in the book. Four days were spent in the studio, where their bodies from the twisted letters of the alphabet. Next to each letter in the book will be depicted object, beginning with that letter. Pictures of objects whose names begin with that letter, also "paint" dancers.
3DMax Files Only | RAR size: 102 MB REUPLOADED!
Lo-Poly People contains 130 textured 3D-models of people and typical group arrangements for architectural visualizations. The 3D-models only use a low polygon count (ca. 6000 polygons per person) - so they can be used in mass-scenes and large architectural scenes.
Create 3D logos in minutes with vector & drawing tools
- Just released! 3D Invigorator 5.0 gives you a true 3D environment inside Photoshop. The newly released version introduces the easy Object Editor for drawing and editing 3D shapes with familiar vector tools. Other exciting new features include GradientWerks for building colorful 3D materials and new Material Editor options like procedural texture mapping.
- Co-developed with Zaxwerks Inc, our 3D Invigorator is legendary in the video and film industry for its high quality images and its time-saving workflow features. Now this popular 3D design tool takes Photoshop to a whole new level.
For After Effects CS3 | .aep | RAR size: 870 MB < UnRAR size: 1.27 GB
This After Effects template is fully loaded! 35 gadgets were carefully constructed almost completely using shape layers. These gadgets are fully customizable. They are not pre-rendered! They are organized by composition. Change the text, change the color of each shape layer, drop in your own video where the placeholders are, or motion track a gadget to a moving object in your video! This package is actually a bundle. 3 Templates are provided with music and Sound Effects included.
This download comes with 5 full length tutorials that show you how to use the gadgets in creative ways, plus simple editing techniques for the templates.
Zack Arias - Studio Photograpy Workshop (Day 1)
English | MPEG2 944x536 25fps | MP3 128 Kbps 44.1 Khz | 3.19 Gb
Zack Arias shares a live worldwide studio lighting class in the creativeLIVE classroom. White seamless and beyond. Models, bands, etc. Zack will lead the class over a weekend. With room for lots of live Q&A and critique.
Zack Arias - Studio Photograpy Workshop [Day 3] | 4.15 GB
English | MPEG2 952x528 25fps 800kbps | MP3-128Kbps
Genre: Video Training, Gender: eleaning
Zack Arias shares a live worldwide studio lighting class in the creativeLIVE classroom. White seamless and beyond. Models, bands, etc. Zack will lead the class over a weekend. With room for lots of live Q&A and critique. Enroll to attend the live class at the right, and we'll see you over the weekend of June 11, 12 and 13!
Display:Widescreen | Duration: 136 minutes | 1.92 GB
David Finch reveals his step-by-step process for drawing the human head. He starts with a basic head shape and demonstrates the structural breakdown from multiple angles. He then focuses on the various features including eyes, noses, lips, ears, necks and hair. He discusses important landmarks, features and proportions. David brings it all together to draw a series of completed heads, from basic male and female heads to heroic examples. Lastly, he covers lighting on a simplified head shape to help you understand the rules governing placement of dark and light shapes. He includes a wide range of tips and tricks for making your faces, heads and hair more life-like and convincing without the need to rely upon reference material.
Drawing Without Reference Material
Drawing Eyes, Noses, Ears and Mouths
Drawing the Neck and Hair
Drawing from Multiple Angles
Male and Female Differences
Adjusting Proportions for Characters
Light and Shadow