Mentorship Review: 2D & 3D Environments
She is a visual development artist who has experience in game & animation industry. She enjoys creating engaging worlds and landscapes.
3D & 2D Environment Painting Mentorship
Full 1on1 live mentorship custom tailored towards your problems.We will work together every week to create full blown marketing quality ready images.
Tell us about yourself: Who are you, what do you love to do and where are you from?
Hi! My name is Brit Pease, a visual development artist from Irmo, USA. I love creating different types of environments that can exist anywhere and at any time.
Why did you choose CGVerse concept art school over other schools?
Before CGVerse, I attended an art school. That school focused more on character design. As an environment artist, I didn’t feel prepared for the field. I chose CGVerse because the topics covered are in environment design. It was nice to be able to learn from professional artists who are doing the same thing I want to do.
Dock City – I really wanted to do a project around a dock and ships. This was a challenging project to create a busy, but not a crowded piece.
What were the biggest problems you faced when you started out as an artist?
When I first started, the biggest problems I faced were a lot of things to think about and remember, such as lighting, coloring, setting a scene, perspective, and more.
what would you say when you recommend us to an artist?
If you are looking to improve and become confident in your work, this mentorship would work for you. This CGVerse mentorship helped me focus on starting big, and learning how to place details to create a cohesive artwork.
What did you do during the mentorship and what helped you on each task?
During the mentorship, we did texturing, lighting, layout, and produced assets in 3D. In 2D, we did photo bashing and improved the lighting. My mentor was helpful in explaining every step of the process. He made it easier for me to understand the process of decision-making. He explained the concept behind why the lighting or the building was in a certain way, instead of just saying that is how it is. My mentor ensured the progress of my artwork by pushing it forward and making it look more believable.
How was the Mentorship for you?
It was a different approach to what I was used to. The mentorship was fun, engaging, and full of knowledge. I learned a lot of useful tools.
(Before the mentorship)
Railroad Station - Morning Version
For this project, I wanted to do another flipbook series with a lot of focus on detail and perspective. This one took some planning and research, but I love the end result.
I wanted to create a story around one building and the idea of a boxing gym came to me. I worked on designing the exterior and interior.