How to use 3D to develop a dynamic Star Wars scene

Star Wars inspired race scene - Mark Molnar

Mark Molnar captures a Star Wars style space race inspired by the back alleys of Tatooine

When learning extreme perspective painting techniques, it is often a good idea to borrow some methods from 3D art. Here, I am going to depict a dynamic racing scene between two speeder bikes in the back alleys of Tatooine. Because I'm keen to use an extreme perspective I do a rough thumbnail sketch and then pose a couple of free, simple speeder bike 3D models, using ZBrush.

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