New painting tutorialFirst... wow, hello again. Sorry that I didn't post anything for a looooooong time, especially my own personal illustrations. I had a lot of stuff to deal with... commissions, health, plus bunch of other issues. I hope that in the future I'll be able to create more personal works (illustrations) since I kept post doodles for million years now <__< Bear with me LOL.
BUT on the better side, I've wrote a FULL tutorial for 3dtotal on how I created my drawing which you can see below... I explained and showed how I come up with a sketch, color palette and the way how I use Adjutment Layers for coloring my artwork. You can read the tutorial for FREE on their official site HERE. Enjoy, and I hope you'll find it useful!
Black Is the Soulby val
Painting hair breakdown :)This was a very popular request. But instead of uploading to gallery I will make a post out of this
’What is hair and how i can render it?’
I got this question and I really wanted to show on very simple examples how to render hair. Because it really is... simple! Following this guide you will be able to paint hair in few minutes.
This is called the ribbon technique.
It is used by many artists out there. I just wanted to show you a couple of examples. As you can see I picked Adam Hughes and J. C. Leyendecker. Look at it and see how they paint the hair. It doesn’t look like a mop. It looks more like big, overlapping shapes organized in some fashion.
Try to imagine a string of hair like a ribbon. Ribbon symbolize a large portion of hair. Don’t focus on every single hair string, instead of this imagine it as bigger shape. It will catch light in highest point and it will have core shadows.
Establish where light is hitting the hair and where it turns dark. Sta