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35 Incredible Digital Painting Tutorials. Advertisement Many companies try to create a great experience for customers.

35 Incredible Digital Painting Tutorials

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Further Reading on SmashingMag: Link Digital Painting Tutorials Link Making of Spanish Girl5 This tutorial shows you how to make this portrait of a Spanish girl. Making of “My Prince” “The girl in the picture is a young witch with mysterious magic. Umbrella Sky Marta Dahlig’s gorgeous “Umbrella Sky” image was unanimously chosen for the cover of Ballistic Publishing’s EXOTIQUE 3. How to Create a Fantasy Mother Nature Scene7 “This tutorial is about creating a fantasy scene called ‘Mother Nature.’ Today, too many websites are still inaccessible. (al) Animation Tutorials, Animation Jobs, News, CG Store, CG Portfolio for Digital Artists. 70+ Sexy, beauty and glamour Photoshop tutorials. Today, most businesses want a website. Some already have one. Others want one.

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Often, the web developers you are pondering are not located in your town. . * Is it easy to navigate? Talk With Them. Making Of 'Equilibrium' by Henning Ludvigsen. Step 1: Line art I've always been fascinated by realism, and because of this it is really important to me that the base line-art sketch has got proper proportions.

Making Of 'Equilibrium' by Henning Ludvigsen

I usually use the old trick by putting a grid on top of a reference photo I've shot, and then I copy the same grid onto a blank canvas and start drawing grid by grid from what I see on the reference photo. I make sure to keep the grid on a separate layer so that I easily can remove the grid at a later stage, and also keep the drawing on a separate layer underneath the grid. Step 2: Blocking in, and grey scale shading Once I have the line art version ready, I delete the layer with the grid, and then I make another layer behind the line art drawing which I fill with one grey scale colour using a hard brush. Now I start shading with grey scale tones only by looking closely at the reference photo. Step 3: Brush usage next page > Making Of 'What a Shame' by Sara Biddle. Hello, I'm Sara Biddle.

Making Of 'What a Shame' by Sara Biddle

I'm a 23 year-old, self-taught digital painter. In this "Making Of" article, I'd like to walk you through the steps in the creation of my image "What a Shame" and share with you some of my thoughts and ideas along the way. It all started when I found a story outline that I had written previously, hidden away in an unused desk drawer. The story consisted of a girl who had everything she could ever ask for in life. Despite the warning words of others, the temptation of her father's occult obsession led her in the wrong direction, which ultimately brought about her demise. I began by scribbling out a few simple sketches on paper to get a feel for the subject and to experiment with different poses and ideas.

Fig. 01 For anatomy and lighting reference, I always keep a mirror and a flashlight close to my desk. Fig. 02 next page > Tutorials - Free Source of 3D Tutorials on Ltd.