We started with 25-minute studies in the beginning of day one. We then moved on to 1.5 hr studies in the afternoon.
This is one of the 25-er's that survived:
I did this one in the afternoon in about 1.5 hours.
Day two began with a 25 minute study, then I did this one in about 2.5 hours. This one came out pretty successful. The likeness was decent, and I had a pretty good variety in paint thickness.
This one was about 2 hours long. It was a fun exercise in dramatic lighting. Not quite as solid of a finish as the other one (matter of fact, it's quite unfinished) but I am planning on taking it to a finish cuz ya know what why not?
Here are some shots of what Randy did over the weekend. He spent most of the time helping the students so there's nothing here that's too mind-blowing but he does have a lot of dynamite studies all throughout his studio.
He frequently offers workshops in the Bay Area and other areas throughout the country (and in Europe sometimes, I think.) If he's good enough to teach Pixar employees, you can probably learn something from him.
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