This is part 1 of a 2-part Digital Painting Tutorial Series.
My friend, Dani Jones honored me with the opportunity to do a Pin-Up for the first, collected print edition of her webcomic ‘My Sister, The Freak.’
This tutorial series features a time-lapse recording of the entire painting process which took a total of about 6.5 hours in real-time.
Concepts Covered In Part 1:
- Perfect your drawings with the Photoshop Warp Tool, Lasso Tool & Free Transform Tool.
- Painterly brush techniques in Photoshop.
- How to create an active, textural surface without over-working the painting.
- How to merge two separate styles into one.
- Why artists should spend more time in the early planning stages, before moving into the digital painting process.
Thanks to Dani for the opportunity to share my own interpretation of her characters and for always being so supportive of my various creative endeavors.
Check Out Part 2:
If You Like This Tutorial Series:
Check out my other Digital Painting Tutorials for Concept Artists & Illustrators!
Comment & Share:
Do you know of any other unconventional uses for the Photoshop Warp Tool or the Free Transform Tool?
How do you start your digital paintings?
Do you begin with a traditional drawing or do you just dive right in to Photoshop (or your software of choice)?