Proko Full Access to Figure Drawing Videos - miss new tutorials, signup for my mailing list - Let's get into shading a drawing! We'll explore form, planes and light on form. I'll guide you through making an object feeling 3 dimensional by indicating the elements of light on form - highlight, center light, halftones, core shadow, reflected light, cast shadow and occlusion shadow.
PSG Art tutorial Foreword I believe there is logic behind why a picture works or not. I also believe that humans are meat machines, and that one day computers will be able to emulate humans and what we do. Since logic can be formulated into rules, guidelines and theories, these can be shared. I will attempt to do so here. Note that I have just empirically deduced the theories I present here, and that I'm a highly fallible meat machine.
How to paint Thor How to draw and paint Thor. This tutorial, you will learn to paint Thor, a character from the Avengers, from digital painting video with in depth instruction along with step by step images lesson. It’s been quite a little while since my last update. Screw motivation, what you need is discipline. If you want to get anything done, there are two basic ways to get yourself to do it. The first, more popular and devastatingly wrong option is to try to motivate yourself. The second, somewhat unpopular and entirely correct choice is to cultivate discipline. This is one of these situations where adopting a different perspective immediately results in superior outcomes. Few uses of the term “paradigm shift” are actually legitimate, but this one is.
Tutorials „Speedpainting“ - tips and tricks Click here to read my notes about speed painting. „Maintenance“ - progress video This video shows my approach on the 30min spitpaintings using photoshop. Speedpainting This is a painting I did a while ago. I recorded the screen while painting. I couldn't make it to add an audio track, sorry for that... ^^This tutorial video is also available on my website, some of you might now it already. Actually I did a new painting video today...but when I was finished the video file was corrupt T.TThat's why I'm using this old tutorial. It took 1h23min from start to finish.
Tutorial Tuesday: Foreshortening Tricks Hi folks! Tutorial Tuesday is going to be a basic one – I’m a bit under the weather currently so this may not be the best post, but I want to give you something that I feel is important in the world of drawing – some pointers on foreshortening. Check this out. Foreshortening is basically an optical illusion created from a compressed looking drawing in perspective. This perspective is distorted in order to create a false sense of depth, and is used a lot in comics – Superman flying with his outstretched arm coming out of the page, or a fist connecting with a villain’s face, etc. The Science Behind "Having a Bad Day" (and how to solve it) Update: This article was republished on Lifehacker on July 26, 2010. Sometimes you wake up, and within the first hour or so, you know it’s going to be a bad day. It happened to me a couple days ago, and it happened to my girlfriend just this morning.
Making of “Morning in Garden” In this making of I will show you the way I work and learn from experience from other artists, as well as the brushes that I collected from them. Especially artists Marta Dalhig, my favorite artists through my work Morning in the Garden. I started finding reference for my concept. The best thing I like from great artists such as William Bouguereau is his painting skin, a clear white skin, and rosy. However I would like the skin of my work seems to be in the plastic. Download brush at the bottom of the page. Fibermesh Hair For Rendering 1 – Here is the basemesh – the head we will be creating hair for. 2 – This tutorial is not about how to use Fibermesh, but for the uninitiated, simply mask out any areas which you would like to create hairs from. My personal strategy for creating hairs in large systems is to do them one small portion at a time. Here I mask off a very small area at the roots. 3 – Now use Zbrush Fibermesh to generate the fibers. These are the settings I use.
today in art » 8 Drawing Exercises That Every Artist Should Practice Wire Drawing Exercise Example from save-janos.net – this example has been placed on a painted acrylic background With this exercise you are not going to be drawing at all. All you need is some wire and a pair of pliers with cutters. My favorite wire for this exercise is tie wire and you can get it almost any hardware store. 12 Things You Are Doing To Sabotage Your Future I have mentored, counseled, encouraged, discouraged, hired and fired hundreds of people over the past 25 years. Oftentimes failure is less about a lack of talent or ability, and more about self sabotage. These are frequent road blocks I see in people, myself included. 1. You are lazy. Most of us default to indolence.
Photoshop CS5 Mixer Brush Tips and Tricks (This is the first of two articles on the Mixer Brush that I've written. The second can be found here.) Having wrestled with Photoshop's new Mixer Brush in CS5 for the past few months, I've come to the conclusion that the new tool is indeed a great addition, however with many caveats. Some of the problems are technical ones (such as painting in 8-bits/channel), others by design (not mixing with transparency). Here are the biggest hurdles I've come across while working with the new Mixer Brush, and how I've overcome them for the time being. 1.)
Artist Selfies: Everybody's Doing It I review a lot of portfolios. I tried to guesstimate and I probably reviewed about 750 portfolios in person alone last year, and that's leaving out all the samples I get mailed or websites I review. A lot of those reviews are from very green artists and students. When I'm reviewing a portfolio of someone who isn't ready to work for me yet, I still like to give them some feedback, some things to work on in the future.