Digital Painting Paint a Bear in Photoshop
Video: .MP4, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48kHz, 2ch | Duration: 1h 20m
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Size: 1,49 GB
Are you interested in painting digitally but want to refine your skills? Are you a skilled digital painter who just enjoys watching another artists process? In this class I will take you through my entire digital painting process as I show you how I paint a Kodiak Bear in Photoshop using a drawing tablet.
In my class I go in-depth showing you planning, sketching, blocking in color, and adding details like fur, rocks, and foliage. Painting animals can sometimes seem intimidating, ‘how do i paint fur??’ ‘that background looks so detailed, how do I even begin!’ In this class I’ll be showing you easy ways to tackle common obstacles new digital painters face and how to easily achieve the look you want!
There are many resources I’ll be making available for you to download to make your digital painting process easier including the free brushes I use in the class, (as well as where to purchase some of my favorite inexpensive ones) textures to overlay on your painting, free reference photos to use for your painting, and other tips along the way!
This class is great for beginner to intermediate artists who have a handle on traditional art but want to take it digital. It’s also great for skilled artists that may want to sit back and see another way of working.. there are so many different ways to paint and unique artist workflows!
For this class you will need access to Adobe Photoshop and a general understanding of how it works (I won't be going over how to use the program). If you don’t have this yet, you can download a free trial at Adobe.com!
This class will be easier for you if you've dabbled in digital painting before so you have a basic knowledge of it, but feel like you want to refine your digital painting skills.
You will also need a drawing tablet. The one I am using in this class is a Wacom Cintiq 22 HD but don’t feel like you need such a huge one! a smaller tablet like an Intuos would do just fine! There are many brands aside from Wacom, like Huion, XP-Pen and Bamboo at a wide range of prices depending on how serious you are about continuing digital art. You can also use something like an iPad with apple pencil, with the app Procreate, but just know that some of the tips, techniques, and brushes i use in the class are only compatable with Photoshop.
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