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This is a painting that I produced for Volta’s homepage. The customer provided a concept – a dragon rider leading his army towards the viewer – and I took it on, first changing the male rider to a female.
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Make the unreal feel more real with proper lighting One of the oldest lighting techniques in the book is called three-point lighting. Once you understand this, you’re well on the way to understanding all lighting. The three different points in this type of lighting are the key, the fill and the backlight.
There are two verifiable facts pertaining to every Miami Art Week: first, no one can make it to everything; second, someone managed to capture what you missed and put it up on Instagram. That makes the week-long, multi-fair event a perfect fit for……
Read more about Paint an epic manga monster fight scene at CreativeBloq.com
I’m drawing a scene of creepy snake monsters and ghost zombie warriors doing battle with a couple of cat and fox ninja girls, because… well, why the hell not! In this workshop I’m going to show you my usual approach for creating artworks that are more of an anime or manga style. Lets get to it!
When everyone was wondering what Google had in mind for all its new robotics companies, “teaching robots martial arts” was probably one of the more paranoid guesses. But here we are with a new video from Boston Dynamics, somehow both whimsical and unsettling, in which their robot Atlas balances on one leg atop a stack of cinderblocks, re-enacting that scene from The Karate Kid.
Watch it for yourself, but note, not only is it the stuff of nightmares, it’s accompanied by a shrill alarm, so you should mute your computer first.
Boston Dynamics, which used to be funded by DARPA before getting bought by Google a year ago, also makes the animal-like robots BigDog and Cheetah. Atlas debuted in 2013 and Boston has released several videos of the…
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Read more about How to paint a rainy night-time scene at CreativeBloq.com
youtube: EDB3quqMEKw Such a scene is all about the ripples and reflections. I paint the image in Corel Painter, working on individual layers. I create a stormy sky using the Airbrush tool on a background layer. When painting the sky I make the clouds that are closer to the horizon thinner, ensuring they have the correct perspective. I overlay the clouds with a gradient layer to make the colour consistent with a dark and stormy night.
Read more about Build a 3D mech in a futuristic scene at CreativeBloq.com
For this project, we wanted to go with a character that would convey a sense of honour and bravery, a character that clearly shows the pride in accepting that the faith of the whole planet has been placed in her hands, and that weight is on her shoulders – she has a soldier-like attitude and a love for her country and all that it stands for.
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 model and render a surrealist scene at CreativeBloq.com
I’ve always been fascinated by surrealism. I often have Magritte in mind when I create my work, in the way he distorts reality to create ambiguity and push the viewer to search and find the hidden messages, as can be seen in this image Cyber Destiny: Repairing GrandMa.