I have recently uploaded some of my traditional artwork and the larger pieces had to be photographed, and they did not come out so well here they are:
I think I may try to take them into Photoshop and do some editing and color correcting, but I dont know if that is for the best. Wouldn't that be like lying? If you have any comments or advise please feel free t
so, I have adventured into my first attempt at digital painting. I have to say that it takes some getting use to, but I have found a couple of great tutorials and I wanted to share them with anyone that I can. The first thing I did was go digging around YouTube for digital painting basics. This is what I found: http://youtu.be/Hi_3HymnpXE
This lead me to a wonderful artist's (One-Vox) YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/Bugmeyer and then I looked him up here on DA http://one-vox.deviantart.com/
After wondering around his page for a while I found out that he is part of a group that another one of my fav DA digital painters navate htt
So I have been really thinking about my "hunter" piece. It is definitely not finished, but I don't really know how to go after it. Should I try to use color? Should I go in and do a lot of detail and keep it a graphite drawing? I know I would like to try out painting with my tablet, but I really have no idea how.I guess I just need to spend some more time experimenting with it. The great thing about going digital is that I can save out several copies of it. =D Well I guess I will keep an update on this one, I just wish I could get the way it looks out of my head and onto the screen...
Thanks so much for the fave on the butterfly and bees pic!! And very sorry for the long delay in response - - the end of semester and holidays converged....almost like a train wreck, but not so destructive!
Hope your New Year is full of wonder and of wonderful things!