Tutorial - How to draw handsHey guys, new week, new tutorials!Tutorial - How to draw hands9 months ago in Personal More Like This
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Tutorial - Coloring with Gradient MapsHey guys! it's been a while! Been super busy with some really exciting stuff but that will come later!Tutorial - Coloring with Gradient Maps3 months ago in Personal More Like This
For now, here's a tutorial on how to colorize a greyscale painting using gradient maps, something I do quite often!
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Beware of Green!Beware Of Green!Beware of Green!10 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Green is everywhere isn't it? Actually it's the most dominant natural colour you can see almost at every place of the world unless you end up in a dessert and don't count the cactuses. It's so fresh, so natural and it symbolizes youth - what's wrong with green? Well Everything! Green is a disaster. It's a very intense colour that you must use so precisely, otherwise you will ruin your entire painting. Ofcourse it's a complimentary colour but this is a complimentary colour that you should use less as much as you can. Green breaks apart the colour harmony of your paintings.
Our brain is habituated to recognize many shades of green correctly because it's the most dominant colour in nature. And that's why a wrong shade of green can signal those knowledges "something is not right!" Even for a most inexperienced viewer.
In a colour wheel, green is placed between Blue and yellow. Now one may consider a green beside blue as a cool colour but tha