Photoshop tutorial- PS basics for newbies 2Photoshop tutorialsPhotoshop tutorial- PS basics for newbies 22 years ago in Art Features More Like This
And here is next part of my journal Photoshop tutorials. Previous tutorial you can see here. I added even document settings, cuz I forgot to add this in previous tutorial I'll describe some Photoshop basics for all newbies who try to learn to use Photoshop. So in this article you'll find tutorials: Document settings, Changing view, Changing thumb size on layers, Using Smart Object and Blur, Using Pen Tool, Outer Glow and Transform. In this tutorial I used my painting VERSUS, just to show you few things (I just had to open something...again ).
If you wish to see images in full resolution then simply click on the images below (they are big as my screen 1920 x 1080 px... OK I cropped bar below ). I used Photoshop
How art tutoring should be nowadaysYes. Another one of my rants that starts with a personal experience.How art tutoring should be nowadays1 year ago in Deviant Events More Like This
It was a day like any other, and I was just surfing DeviantArt, browsing the many deviations in my inbox. While I did so, my eye wandered to something that was called an 'tutorial on manga anatomy'. As usual, I was curious about the content. And as the preview image was pretty small, I wanted to check this out. It seems like this girl, let's name her Abbey (it's not her real name, but I think calling her 'that girl' is so damn confusing) had made a tutorial on male manga anatomy. Nothing wrong with that, you'd say. But I've been following Abbey for a while already. I originally met her in the forums, asking for feedback on one of her fanart drawings. Mostly anatomy related stuff. I gave her some tips. We talked a bit. And I followed her soon after, as I thought her art looked pretty promising altogether.
Now, I didn't know Abbey in real life. But she was a beginning artist, nowhere towards a level
Codigos HTML básicos para los que no conoceFormatos de textoCodigos HTML básicos para los que no conoce3 years ago in Personal More Like This
NEGRITA: < b>Texto a elección</b> (sin espacio entre ""nombre a elección
(sin espacio entre "/" y el "link" correspondiente)
Ejemplo como se vería : Twitter
Etiquetar a usuarios del DA con "Nicks o Avatares"
Nick = :dev usuario:
Avatar = :icon usuario: (Sin espacio entre "dev o icon" y el "usuario"
Ejemplo como se vería : Nick --> ValehZz Avatar --> :iconvalehzz:
Código : Comienzas con < blockquote> Citas tu TEXTO y terminas con (Sin el espacio del primer "< y blockquote"
mientras mas repitas < blockquote> Mas se moverá
ESPERO QUE SEA INFORMACIÓN DE UTILIDAD!!
How to: Make thumbs big in features?I get this asked a lot!How to: Make thumbs big in features?2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Back when they introduced sta.sh, I didn't really use it. Because it seemed hard to get used to. I always wrote my articles in the old way.
Then I toyed with it a little and noticed that is is something really awesome!
Not to mention that the only way to make articles and journals is through Sta.sh Writer.
So I assume not so many if you know that there is a way to make thumbs big!
That is actually pretty easy. All you have to do is add big in front of a thumb code!
: thumb159252268 :
This is the "regular" size
: bigthumb159252268 :
This is the big size
Of course: without the spaces between the colon ( : )
But this is not what I wanted to show
Fancy Features with sta.sh Writer
Go to your Sta.sh!
After that, hit the
Project Educate 2011-2012 Part 2Project Educate 2011-2012 Part 23 years ago in Personal More Like This
11thIntroduction!Welcome to Digital Dolls!Dolling 101 (Or Dolling For Beginners)Interview with LadyHazy12thHistory and Interview!History of DollingInterview with Metroid-Tamer!13thPageants!Intro to Pageants14thInterview and Resources!
Tutorial - vector, Adobe Illustreitor cs4In this tutorial, you'll learn some great tips and tricks on using multiple gradients and Blending Modes to create an enchanting dark elf character in Adobe Illustrator.Tutorial - vector, Adobe Illustreitor cs41 year ago in Personal More Like This
You'll see the work flow from sketch to finish and see how creating your own brushes can add those fine refining details your illustration may need.
by tutsplus . com
Working With Blending Modes and Gradients to Create a Dark Elf
How to improve your skills in close-up-photographySince many people asked me how I take my pictures and why they are so "special", I would like to tell you how I manage things when I take pictures.How to improve your skills in close-up-photography2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
I. Finding the location
When I go outside to take pictures of nature, I do barely have any concepts in my mind. I just go and let nature inspire me. The first important step is finding a location.It is not that difficult to find an interesting background. I personally do prefer backgrounds which are not monochrome. Many shades of light (light and dark contrasts or different colors) make your picture interesting, no matter if the final result will be monochrome or colorful in the end.I look out for locations where not many people are. Like a big meadow in front of a house or a field or forests. (Forests do have the special plus that it does almost always have different light shadings I mentioned in 2).
II. Know your possibilities!
You have found your favourite location? Great! Many people do the mistake to
New Tutorial - Color Theory EP01!!Hey guys! Here is a new series I'm starting in parallel with the others where I'll be covering anything color related. It starts pretty basic but I have some cool stuff planned for this, hope you dig.New Tutorial - Color Theory EP01!!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Class is in session
Tutorial - Painting hairHerro guys, here is the newest video tutorial where I talk about my process when painting hair.Tutorial - Painting hair2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Have a good week bros.
New painting Workshop PART 1!OhhHh finally a more polished piece, well you only get to see the first part at leastNew painting Workshop PART 1!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Next part coming later this week, most likely on Thursday, so keep an eye open for it...
Complete tutorial Series, ahhhh yeeahhHey guys! I've got something cool for you guys today, I think?Complete tutorial Series, ahhhh yeeahh2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Layerpaint.com has allowed me to post the tutorial I did for them up on my blog so I hope you guys check it out! Link below will take you there!
bluefley - blogspot tutorial
Part 3 now out! This complete the mini series, let me know what you guys think and if you like, make sure you share it with friends
How to Create Brush in PS!...in this week's tutorial!How to Create Brush in PS!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Was super busy last week so couldn't do a video, but I'm back this week with lots of things to show, so stay tuned
Site Update: Description WriterWhat's NewSite Update: Description Writer1 year ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
Writing Descriptions with Sta.sh Writer
As part of our initiative to make formatting and conversation easier and more dynamic, you can now use the Add Media tool to add content and formatting to deviation descriptions, Sta.sh item descriptions, and Sta.sh stack descriptions!
This makes it easier than ever to add formatting to your artist's description, and it also makes it easier than ever for Premium Members to include images in descriptions!
New "Create A Profile" Flow
We've updated and simplified the "Create Your Profile" modal to make it easier to sign up and get your Profile Page started!
The "Edit In Sta.sh Writer" button would not work when single-clicked. Fixed by ZombieCoder
On the "Manage Friends" page, Groups containing some non-alphanumeric characters in their titles caused errors. Fixed by kemayo
How to draw noses!This week's tutorial comes a bit late but hey, at least it made it in time!How to draw noses!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
NOSE NOSE NOSE
The Art of Critique: give and accept feedbackThere is a huge part of making art that consists on improving your art. And one way of improving your art skills and understanding is through critique people would give you. This article is about understanding the notion of critique in order to make it the most efficient possible for you and for everyone.The Art of Critique: give and accept feedback6 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Everything you will find here was probably said a hundred times before. But I am sure that many of us still are trying to find the right pattern to follow in terms of critique, and it isn't easy.
Let's start with....
At some point we all have to deal with the "wow, awesome!" comments. "wow, awesome!" is not a critique. It is a form of feedback, communication, self-expression, - a way to tell the world "I like this piece, and I want you to know it, I want the artist to be informed, I want to leave my word on this piece." Don't underestimate the power of "wow, awesome!" though, it is definitely not pointless and not to be considered as spam nor igno
TUTORIAL FEATURES II - Paint Tool SAI SAI or Easy Paint Tool SAI (ペイントツールSAI) is a lightweight raster graphics editor and painting software for Microsoft Windows developed and published by SYSTEMAX Software.TUTORIAL FEATURES II - Paint Tool SAI2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
The painting application is available in both Japanese, and an official English translation. An unofficial fanmade translation for the software also exists. It can be purchased directly through the developers' website,and purchases through PayPal are now also accepted in addition to the BitCash and TelecomCredit payment systems that have been available for Japanese users.
Paint Tool SAI is available on Microsoft Windows 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista, 7 and 8.
SAI Official Web site (Japanese)
SAI Official Web site (English)
I would like to take this opportunity to feature and promote a few tutorials that I've fo
Color Theory EP 03!!Here is episode 3 of the series, this time I'm coloring an environment :0Color Theory EP 03!!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Share & Subscribe, that would be awesome
Let me know what you guys think yo. -marc
Chaos and Evolution - 1h30 of open tutorialsOn my recent 'move cleaning' , I decided to release my full Chaos&Evolutions DVD to the public for free on Youtube. So, to not post every chapter separated, I remixed all the main lessons into a 1h30 epic-to-render HD video ( in Kdenlive ). I also did cut, merge, etc... The tool used ( Gimp-painter 2.6 ) on the video is outdated , but the core course is still ok and the DVD wasn't about the tool anyway. Any digital painting software ( Krita, Mypaint, SAI, Photoshop , etc... ) should work for it. Those basic and simple lessons will feet beginners in research of more self discipline and a structured workflow about the act of painting using layers and digital tools as a global concept. For more advanced user ; the content might be too simplistic and I'm ready to receive rants about it too. Maybe one day I'll do a Chaos&Evolutions˛ for advanced hard-core technics and skill , but only when my technic will be more more advanced, I still work on it >Chaos and Evolution - 1h30 of open tutorials2 years ago in Personal More Like This
More infos, full dynamic menu on t
Weekly Tutorial is live!In this video I talk about coloring the heads I made in the previous ones. This was a live recording so it's not as tight as I would like but it'll have to do for this week!Weekly Tutorial is live!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Been super busy lately and haven't slept much, hopefully you guys can still get something out of it! Let me know! I read all the comments and try to answer most questions. Got it?! The video just went live as I write this so the HD quality might not have processed yet, give it a few minutes
Cómo hacer un nendoroid :3Bueno como me lo pidio kawaiipandah le dare su tutorial...me tomara algo de tiempo escribir o.o *le entra flojera* pero bueno comenzemos primero lo que necesitamos es:Cómo hacer un nendoroid :33 years ago in Personal More Like This
*1 Kg o 1/2 de kg de pasta francesa/pasta flexible/masa para modelar
*pinturas al oleo
*kit de herramientas de modelar (no importa profesionales o de novatos las dos sirven)
*un nendoroid (el que mas se parezca al personaje que tu quieres hacer,aunque cualquiera sirve )
*Base para el nendoroid
*Pockys (por si te da hambre xD)
bueno creo que eso es todo si se me olvido algo lo agrego lo antes posible...
Dia 1:deberan empezar con los brazos no se aceleren este proceso es tardado,escogi la pasta flexible porque esta no se hornea ni nada raro para que se seque solo un poquito de sol ayuda.Hacen los brazos que se puedan poner en el nendoroid de base (quitenle los brazos al nendoroid de base) que quede un pedazito que entre en el agujero del brazo,y encajenle las manos del
2012 Roundup!2012 has seen projecteducate advance with the changing times here on deviantART and become an official group! That means that it has been a lot easier to bring you all the information, features, interviews and articles as part of various Project Educate weeks. So with the functions of groups at our fingertips, the articles shared are all in organised gallery folders for ease - all of which are linked in this article.2012 Roundup!2 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
2012 also saw the Introduction of Community Weeks headed up by members of the community. They're now running monthly and are designed for members of the community to get involved by writing articles on whatever they want - educationally. JamminJo and lintu47 are your current community week leads and the people to note if you're interested in contributing! Our calendar for
How To Find Freelance Illustration Work. Part OneUnless you're already a well-known illustrator it can be tough to find work that allows you to earn a living, even with a solid portfolio and professional attitude – in this article I'm going to assume you already have those basics covered. Promoting ourselves is something we need to learn the same way we learn to draw: with a lot of trial and error attempts because no single way works for everyone. There is no clear path to become established. There are, however, a few basic approaches that everyone can rely on.How To Find Freelance Illustration Work. Part One2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
There are two ways to get illustration jobs: Those that find and contact you (passive) and those that you find and contact (active).
In this first part I'll talk about how potential clients can discover you.
Read the full article in my blog: http://www.mondhase.com/how-to-find-freelance-illustration-work-part-one/
Weekly Video Tutorials EP06* Update* Video is up and running!Weekly Video Tutorials EP062 years ago in Personal More Like This
Hey guys, I'm in Japan right now so I'm writing this journal ahead of time since I'll be away from society for a few days. The video is scheduled to go live at 10am on Monday so look out for it!
This one is going to be part 2 of drawing the female figure. Let me know what you think when it comes out!
Again, this link will only work after 10am tomorrow... I think?