In many of my tutorials I discuss various methods to color or paint my line art. Today I’m going to show you my creative process in making my drawings, which may be the first in a series of drawing tutorials.
If you’ve ever thought about inking your line art digitally in Photoshop, I looked into 3 methods of doing so. We’re going to take a look at inking with 1.) The Pen Tool, 2.) The Freeform Pen Tool and 3.) The Lasso Tool.
I went in with marginal expectations when going in to see Kick-Ass this past weekend and ended up enjoying it immensely. So much, in fact, that it inspired my latest tutorial piece. In this project walkthrough I plan on showing the different techniques that went into creating this graphic featuring the show-stealer Hit-Girl.
In this weeks tutorial I will show you how to use Adobe Illustrator to take your hand drawn sketch to a fully scalable finished product.
This week I decided to go back to my roots and create a business starter set. A business starter set usually includes a letterhead, Business Card, and Mailing Envelope. But since stylized envelope are not widely used these days I will focus on the letterhead and business card. This tutorial will be created in illustrator… Continue reading How To Create A Business Starter Set
Well it is that time of the year again. Time to hide colorful eggs around the yard and eat amazing food your family makes. So in honor of the season let’s make a new wallpaper.
This deluxe tutorial will walk you through the main techniques used to create this digital Final Fantasy art. The featured character for this piece is Yun Fang, a mysterious polearm fighter with a delightful Aussie accent.
I haven’t made any original art for Oweb2, so it was about due. Nor have I have seen G.I.Joe: Rise of Cobra, so I can’t attest to its quality. Something I do know is that the Baroness is fly. A suiting subject I must say, so today we’re going to walk through the creative process.