Perspective in photoshop tutorial available now!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Lv1rJFH2mM
Episode 2 of my tutorial series is out!
New video tutorial and brushes updateMy brushes are linked on the youtube video description. link was working here.
new video tutorial
New video tutorial availablea link to the companion article http://creativesauce.tumblr.com/post/62190752033/composition-basics-value-sketching-ep7-do-your
Fundamentals of composition tutorial availableCheck it out here just $5 https://gumroad.com/l/BhyYI cover everything I know on the subject in a simple and concise lecture with examples and demos for everything.
paint a city scene tutorial with model availableDownload the model here https://www.dropbox.com/s/6o0vo5v46wf4p9o/The%20great%20city%20render.pngFeel free to join and post your work over at the Brush Sauce Community page https://plus.google.com/communities/111049617457219221679/stream/195b2f38-51e1-4552-ac6a-d2db21f157aa
New Video tutorial!The 3d model is is downloadable from a link in the video description. Feel free to give it a paint over of your own.
Thanks everyone hit 300k today! New tutorial!
How to improve your color shading!What up guys! I'll have another painting up later this week but for now, here is another color tutorial, hope this helps some of you
Tutorial and Process Video UP !Tutorial here =https://worldmangaacademy.com/lecture/70World Manga Academy is a new site to share and request tutorials.Check them out !To those who are interested to see how I paint stuffs, good news !I have uploaded some videos to youtube, check it out !
Art Instruction Books that I've Found HelpfulHey folks,So last week I wrote about irrational confidence and how it helps artistsand you all seemed to enjoy it. One of the things that really stood out to me was how many of you went out and bought "Force: Dynamic Life Drawing for Animators" by Mike Mattesi. As a person that spends a lot of time trying to get better at drawing, I have read a billion and a half art instruction books. Not all of them are good, and some of them I feel even steer you in the wrong direction. So I'd like to try and distill the information that I've accumulated over the years for you here—which books actually worked for me. I'll provide links as well. What a swell guy, huh? **EDIT: THIS
New Masters AcademyHeya folks! If you would like some awesome and affordable online art education, I highly recommend the recently started New Master Academy. I've been trying it out for a few months now, and while the quality varies a bit from lesson to lesson, overall it is an amazing value. I've spent hundreds on art DVD's in past. Generally, you can expect a 2 hour demonstration video from a professional artist to cost $30-$100. Compare that to the $19 monthly subscription for an ever growing list of video demonstrations and lectures. You really can't beat that.Link: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/The videos from Steve Huston alone make this a good value IMO. Hopefully these guys are successful, so that we see more content like this in the future.
Digital Tutorials AvailableHey Guys! Interested in learning how we do things? We've got TUTORIALS and and a LEARNING EBOOK! This tutorial focuses on the creating of one of the paintings from our Kickstarter project "Curiosities" also available here:
3 Reasons to use 3D as a base for paintingJournal updated with the second part of the painting! Some sort of... wrestling robot? D:
new brush sauce theatre episode out+brushesmy brushes are available here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/yz9eg6po49g2oy0/tylers%20brushes.abr.zipnote: I did not create them, just my personal compilation.