Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Speed painting of a Christmas card. Created over 6 hours, this has been sped up by about 3500%. Made using Photoshop, a Wacom graphics tablet and Mac.
In this tutorial we'll be learning how to create vintage stubs using Adobe Photoshop. For this tutorial we'll be learning some new methods on how to use the Shape Tool as well as other techniques to create some fancy vintage tickets with some nice textures!
From using different custom brushes and shapes in Photoshop to adding the smallest details, Markus Lovadina talks us through every step he went through to paint this beautiful, ethereal scene.
Oleg "leshiy" Shekhovtsov shares the inspiration and creation process behind his latest piece, which was created for a recent Warhammer art challenge.
A giant sheep throwing a plane seemed like an obvious choice for Xavier Etchepare, who tells us how he created his image in this Making Of.
Day dream of how the picture could look like, how the characters move, what they say, how they interact with each other, imagine the story behind the picture etc. The more I plan it in my head the better the result will become.
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.
Futuristic and high-tech lighting give this Making Of image a stunning sci-fi look and in this article Li Biao tells us exactly how he achieved his impressive results.
Using exaggerated, video game-style characters, Feng Zhu demonstrates how to render characters with the line drawings still intact.
David Nakayama talks through the creation of a comic image, focusing on some of the processes that make comic art unique like the sketching, inking and coloring phases.
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