The Stained Glass Puzzle Script is based on parameters supplied by from his desktop pic: [link] Check him out he's a very talented artist
I called it that because his pic looks like Stained Glass and the script outputs what reminded me of puzzle pieces or broken glass as well as some other cool things it did.
I made this to work in both the Normal Apophysis2.07beta and 3dhack version of apo and tested it in both versions. (Preview is from normal Apophysis).
This one has a lot better (rather more usable/flexible) output results than my previous scripts, it created a cool pic almost every time I ran it. I just randomly chose one to preview, they all looked different. Try scaling the transforms, moving them, changing parameter variables, adding transforms, and zooming in to fill in the screen when you get something you like.
Remember scripts should be used to create a base flame that you tweak in the editor to make it your own. The preview pic was produced by the script with no tweaking for an example flame.
Have fun pressing F9!
*No need to note me if you use this script unless you just want to show off a cool pic you made.*
Special thanks go to Meckie for sharing the parameters with me
I got around to compiling my scripts from this past year into a collection. They include;
3D JuliaN t00bz
AddPerspective (similar to JuliaN t00bz)
Julia Grand 3D
Random t00b generator
TimeToy - Reanimation + Render
3D Rotational (optional 3D)
Simple Oil Script
All have been updated for use in the new versions of apo, except for the 3D versions in which I have no idea. (tell me if bugs appear)
Russian version of my "Gargoyle Wings Tutorial" [link]
"Ноги, крылья... главное - хвост!"? А вот я так не считаю! Некоторое время назад я была крайне разочарована дефицитом туториалов по рисованию реалистичных "нетопыриных" крыльев. Возможно, я плохо искала, но тем не менее, решено было восполнить данный пробел.
As I said.. a few months before? I am working on a gryphon and a anthro drawing tutorial. Here is a "how to draw" of a simplified gryphon, featuring a simple gryphon character shown in three poses, step by step, so have a look at it, and I hope it helps at least a bit so enjoy!
Hello Deviants! My latest video tutorial is out and ready for download! [link]
Environment Design 3 builds off of that last two videos I created, Environment Design 1 & 2.
Starting off with a very loose sketch, I take you through my process of 'finding' this painting within the chaos. By using custom brushes, photography, and textures, along with good composition, perspective and lighting, I will show you how you can create a powerful and engaging piece of art.
With a run time of about two hours, this is my longest and most in depth video yet. I pack in an enormous amount of information in a short time, so get your digital painting hats on and get ready to learn like crazy!
Brushes, custom shapes, and reference included!
ALL work created in Photoshop.
Get it now and be creating majestic and dynamic environments tonight! [link]
For anyone who ever wondered how to make celtic borders, here's my take on it. Again, I learned from George Bain's book, Celtic Art: Methods of Construction"; it's a good book, and one I recommend to anyone who wants to make a living off these things, but it is rather dense and a bit hard to work from. I've simplified the methods some, and come up with a few shortcuts which I include in these tutorials.
This is the last one for a while, I think; I need to do other things now, and this is all I'm teaching in my class in real life, so I don't actually need to do any more of these. If there is something to do with Celtic art that one of you want to learn, let me know and I'll try to help you figure it out.
Hope this helps! If you try this out, I'd love to see what you make! (you don't have to show me, but it'd be cool to know that someone found it useful, you know?) -Dweran
a couple of days ago (maybe yesterday?), a fellow celtic knot enthusiast had a tutorial get selected as a Daily Deviation, and it made me itchy to do a tutorial of my own. i'm not sure if this one is going to be understandable, much less helpful, but i've at least gotten it done. i hope you like it!
More of a Walkthrough than a Tutorial. Medium: Copics on Bleed Free Paper Highlighting Bleed Free Paper here as these techniques will likely not work on thicker papers - give it a go you never know Understanding Level: Knowledge of Copic colours (cause I name them) and how they blend "Glossary":Light - Any Copic with a number ending between 0 and 2 Medium - Any Copics with a number ending between 3 and 6 Dark - Any Copic with a number ending in 7 and above Super Light - Any Copic with a number ending in more than one 0 Type of Copic: Predominantly 'Sketch' variety
Tutorial on how I did the following art work:
Apologies for any typos and what not, it's been through several passes of proofing, so hopefully minimal. Took a very long time to put this together, I hope it helps someone
These are just some of the techniques I use and just for people's curiosity. Most artists probably don't use as many Copics as I do for things, you can get away with a handful instead of the entire desk load I use I have to put them away between each section I'm working on otherwise I'd drown in them
Edit: I might also do thinks completely backwards to the way others do them so this is just a 'how I work' type thing. Sorry if it's a bit waffle-y. I also keep my lineart/sketch underneath my marker paper the whole time until it annoys me or I've drawn something out completely wrong (I change my mind a lot as I colour).