iDrawGirls.com - FOREST HORSEMAN by Richard Anderson English | 800x600 | TSCC 3576 Kbps | MP3 320 kbps | 2010 | 3.69 Gb
Digital Painting tutorial video from Richard Anderson the second tutorial. As you guys request! Rich has been working hard on the new tutorial and now it is finish! Thanks to all you guys that e-mail him feedback and comment after his first video tutorial released. Now he is back with all the new tool and approach to conceptual or visual design for cinematic and illustration.
Description : Painting Cinematic Visual Concept Art by Richard Anderson. Full Length Video tutorial on creating atmosphere, textures and a traditional painter feel. High Resolution (approx: 1280 x 750) Video Media files. Black and white sketch taken to full color illustration 20 min brush creation tutorial and Brushes files Included High Res PSD file included with all layers to help follow Working with layers, tools, and brushes walk through using Photoshop as a painting tool. Revealing Methods & Techniques of painting environment from Richard Anderson Tricks and Tips to give a helpful quick way to paint. In this tutorial you will learn my method on beginning black and white sketch and taking it to finish color illustration. I'll show you how I create a Forest environment by using texture and brush creation. It will show you how I create my color palettes and over all look and feel to my environment paintings, paint textures etc. I'll go through on how to create forms from shapes and quick tricks to get the most out of your tools. Included is a 20 min brush creation tutorial with voice over that will show step by step brush creation. Also included is a. Abr brush file showing a few of the brushes I created in the tutorial along with several others you see me use in the illustration tutorial. Photoshop file with all layers included to help with following my process. -Richard Anderson
Chapters: 01) Drawing in composition 02) Establishing light direction and value ranges. 03) blocking out shapes and introducing color. 2004) relationships of shapes and color pallette. 05) character relations. 06) detail touches and composition fixes. 07) Final atmosphere touches and style.