I recently just did some creature concepts using this technique: natehallinanart.deviantart.com… It's a quick and easy way to add some creepiness to a painting and I thought people would enjoy learning how to paint spider webs without the pain of painting each little thread. Hope it helps!
Use the download button to get the brushes I used.
Make sure to check out my FB art page for more art and art tips.
EDIT: For a more extensive tutorials on how to paint different types of hair and fur check out these videos I made. natehallinanart.deviantart.com…
EDIT: Thanks for the DD!
Here's a fur tutorial because I'm awesome like that. No, someone actually asked me kindly who's trying improve upon their technique. (And I had the spare time.) This is basically how I go about creating fur for creatures. It may seem like a lot of steps, but it goes very quick once you have it down.
Use the download button to get the brushes I used plus a few extra.
Make sure to check out my FB art page for more updates like this.
Project Mekanizer: Remi-7 Figurine!
Hey everyone! If you are *genuinely* interested in securing an unpainted version of Remi-7, can you make a comment / reply to this post, or PM me? The kit will likely cost somewhere around $150US. (The final cost has not been established yet, but it wont be beyond $150US for the grey version.)
Paul and I are paying for all this out of our own pockets as opposed to making a kickstarter, taking pre-orders and paying for the production that way. So in light of that we are trying to gauge at least with some level of accuracy beyond 'STAB IN THE DARK' about how many people would want one. The more copies we make, the cheaper it will be for everyone
She can be shipped internationally and she is 9 inches tall, would be shipped in solid foam packaging and boxed of course!
I'll attach the pic here again for reference of the figure: