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More transparent settings will slow you down and often generate a muddy look. Once 102 NICK PUGH: DIGITAL PLEIN AIR PAINTING Above: Right: sition from the dark to the light and keep any sort of accu- 1. (top 4 images) Loon pond at sunrise, July 2002 3. (top 4 images) Boats at sunrise rate color or value consistency. Avoid making the images too 2. (larger single image) Nausset Beach peninsula and island painted through binoculars, July 2002. Pleasant Bay, Cape Cod, July 2002 4. (bottom 4 images) Afternoon at Pleasant Bay, high contrast.
The vehicles in this time are drastically collapsible. Elegant and menacing at speed, they fold into supple sheetlike surfaces that disappear into the surrounding environment when parked. The new design language consists of an actively animated chaos of shards, ripples and undulations as the vehicles’ shapes change when they move.
I earlier ones you saw on the “Over The Pass” pages. Again I reworked it based on his input and then proceeded to tight- have rendered up a little cockpit for our driver that can artic- en it up a bit. ulate to any angle to help him stay upright and to counter This piece was done near the end of our project and I the high center of gravity of the vehicle. I imagined that this was using fewer and fewer layers, paths and other type of system would help to offset not only the high center Photoshop product rendering techniques I normally rely of gravity but also the small footprint of the vehicle.