Work continues slowly but it is not dead!
A new Cityscape in progress. I am trying to really incorporate a lot of good angles and details in this one. I really like the old European look and the interesting architecture. That being said I think my next project will be our old neighborhood in Ochii Japan, having a lot of fun breathing these photos to a different life.
I hope to finish it this week, Id say its only at about %45 in the inking process, at least the ink then onto coloring. I am still working on cartooning, and possibly some more UA concept, making some changes to Albert. They will be for the better!
Taking a few classes at the moment here they are an I definitely recommend them
Learn to draw cartoon characters for classical cell animation, digital animation, comic books, or just for fun. In this course, Dermot O’ Connor reviews the basics of character drawing and the principals that underlie effective characters: silhouette, exaggeration, squash and stretch, asymmetry, texture, line weight, and more. Then he focuses on drawing individual body parts—eyes, mouths, hands, and hair—as well as different types of animals, creatures, and objects. Finally, watch Dermot take a drawing from start to finish, creating a memorable character ready for handoff to animators.
Follow along with your favorite illustration program, your Wacom tablet, or paper and pen.
Drawing gesture and attitude drawings
Creating thumbnail drawings
Understanding line of action, negative space, exaggeration, and more
Drawing eyes and mouths
Drawing feet and hands
Going from rough sketch to full-color drawing
3D + Animation Design
Author: Dermot O’ Connor
In this class we will have fun learning how to use Adobe Illustrator while creating a sweet poster!
Basic understanding of Illustrator. This class is for everyone from beginners to experts.
A great artist makes the most of his toolset. This course is designed to help those new to Photoshop make the most of its digital drawing and painting tools. Comic book illustrator and video game artist Daniel Lieske shares the tricks of the trade, tailored specifically to artists who want to transition their skills to a digital canvas. Including three complete practice examples and tips from a working creative professional, this course will help you simplify your workflow, organize your illustrations, and start creating art with Photoshop brushes, selections, masks, color pickers, and texture tools.
- Setting up your digital canvas
- Controlling the screen
- Choosing color
- Working with brushes, textures, and the Paint Bucket and Gradient tools
- Making selections
- Working in Quick Mask mode
- Stroking and filling paths
- Manipulating color
- Organizing the canvas with layers
- Digital drawing and painting projects
- Daniel Lieske