Read more about How to draw faces without reference at CreativeBloq.com
youtube: c-CUy7IbqAs You can’t skip the theory, so I’ll explain how to understand faces. In my examples I use Photoshop for sketching and colouring, together with my Wacom Intuos graphic tablet. But what I want to teach is a way of observing your surroundings and then make notes for yourself visually. Use whatever technique you’re most comfortable with, but don’t use erasers while studying.
Read more about How to draw nose slime in Photoshop at CreativeBloq.com
youtube: XH9MO4rYcew Slime is a fun but tricky substance to paint, because it’s highly glossy and somewhat translucent. It’s neither quite solid nor liquid. If it’s dripping or flowing down then you’ll be able to see faint traces of object shapes and light sources behind it. Regarding light interaction, slime behaves very similarly to stained glass.
Read more about Draw digitally with the Equil Smartpen 2 at CreativeBloq.com
It’s hard to beat the feel of pen and paper, especially if you’ve been using it since your schooling days. The natural feeling of ink on paper can’t be beat, but it also can’t be stored as easily as a digital document. That’s where Equil Smartpen comes in. It turns the physical into the digital – and it does it as you write. You can get it for just $ 129.99.
If you’re not yet aware of the little creative phenomenon that is Yung Lenox, prepare to be charmed by the seven-year-old artist who spends many of his free hours creating illustrations of rappers and iconic hip-hop album covers. From Cam’ron’s pink……
Read more about Learn to draw and paint using this Photoshop alternative at CreativeBloq.com
youtube: MzUNyYOzHPQ Having been so vocal on my aversion to renting my tools, I’ve been asked by the fine people at ImagineFX to put an alternative to Photoshop through its paces.
Read more about How to draw a tattooed arm in 3 simple steps at CreativeBloq.com
A perfect hand every time. We asked Toni Foti – the American illustrator who works on Star Wars and The Lord of the Rings lines for D&D and Fantasy Flight Games – how to paint a hairy, tattooed arm. Here’s what he had to say…
Read more about How to draw believable clothing for your character at CreativeBloq.com
The simple answer is to tell the character’s story in his or her clothing. Every day, we wake up and put our clothes on and we tell a little story about ourselves – where we shop, what colours we think look best on us, how we want people to perceive us and suchlike. Character design is all about telling a story, too, and clothing is an excellent medium for doing just that.
Read more about How to draw a portrait from different angles at CreativeBloq.com
youtube: fb4A0Fo0UEw This is certainly a tricky skill to master, but it gets easier with time and practice. The key is to understand the proportions and how the volume and placement of a feature is depicted from various angles. A sharp, chiselled nose is certainly easier to depict in a side view. But knowing how to depict that same nose with the same proportions in the front view is the key to getting this right.
Read more about How to draw a knockout action scene at CreativeBloq.com
youtube: eEqi4fYQtjs Face-shattering punches are extremely fun to paint. While there are a number of tricks and techniques you can use to add action and impact to your punch pictures, the most important thing to consider will be how your figures are posed.
Read more about How to draw and paint architecture at CreativeBloq.com
youtube: MevZOH0gSww Drawing or painting architecture can definitely seem daunting, especially if you’re tackling some of the world’s most famous buildings.