Robot Design with Josh Nizzi
Concept, Model and Paint
In this DVD Josh Nizzi reveals his techniques for designing robots. He demonstrates his entire robotic design process, from sketching concepts in Photoshop® and creating a rough 3D model in 3ds Max®, to rendering the model in HyperShot™ and ﬁnishing the design in Photoshop®, Josh's approach is particularly valuable in a production setting because it enables the artist to deliver high quality concepts very quickly while simultaneously producing a proxy 3D model that could be used in pre-vis or as a starting point for a ﬁnal model.
- Sketching Concepts.
- Developing a Rough 3D Model.
- Posing and Rendering the Model.
- Painting Over the Render.
- Modeling the Legs
- Modeling the Upper Body
- Posing the Model
- Modeling the Whips and Shield
- Rendering Part 1
- Rendering Part 2
- Painting Over in Photoshop Part 1
- Painting Over in Photoshop Part 2
- New Shield
- Finishing Up
- Product Code: JNI01
- ISBN: 1-59762-836-0
- UPC: 805366017286
- Duration: 256 minutes
- Formats: DVD-ROM
- 1GHz or faster processor
- 512 MB RAM
- 64 MB Video RAM
- DVD-ROM Drive
- 5 GB of hard disk space
- 1280 x 1024 display
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After graduating from the University of Illinois, Josh Nizzi was hired by Volition, Inc. to work on Red Faction 1, Red Faction 2 and The Punisher. Moving on to Day 1 Studios he worked on Mech Assault 2 and Fracture. Josh then became a freelance artist and has worked on feature ﬁlms such as Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, G.I. Joe, Robot Taekwon V and Tarzan, as well as other projects for video games, comic books, toys and theme parks.
"Michael Bay took one look at Josh Nizzi's Constructicon, put the design into production for Transformers 2, and hired Nizzi on the spot. If you want kick-ass robots, go to Josh Nizzi."