Welcome to the August 2013 issue of 2dartist magazine!
In celebration of our new look magazine; we bring you the inner thoughts of fantasy's darkest artist, Brom, as well as a brilliant array of his haunting work in our feature interview. Speaking of fantasy, Jeff Miracola also takes us on a tour of his sketchbook, sharing tips and techniques amongst the pages of barbarians and goblins.
Even though we have a brand new look, the content inside is still as high quality as ever, full up with amazing images from the digital world, including a diverse selection of step-by-step tutorials to help you grow as a digital artist. What you'll notice now is that all this lovely content is so much easier to read and enjoy!
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Brom– Fantasy Art Legend:
Brom talks Kickstarter, traditional vs. digital and super powers in this exclusive interview
Wizards Of The Coast:
Fantasy game illustrator, Jeff Miracola, shares his techniques, mixed media goblins and muscular warriors.
Top 10 Images:
Serge Birault and Andreas Rocha feature in this issues gallery selection of our top ten inspirational images from around the digital world.
Adapt Human Characters:
Talented Photoshop artist, Charlie Bowater shares her digital-painting techniques when concepting playful low gravity characters.
Paint Fantastical Cities:
Learn the secrets to creating stunning concepts in Photoshop with YongSub Noh, as he creates and paints a fantastic fortress city.
Create sinister Attire:
Ahmed Aldoori takes us through the steps and methods in Photoshop to fashion medieval get-up.
Develop victorious personalities:
Learn the art of designing conquering heroes with Fernando Acosta, as he leads us through his process of painting ‘Gladius' in Photoshop.
Paint a Personal Portrait:
Khasis Lieb shares his step-by-step guide to painting portraits.
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I never really gave this publication much thought as their covers in the bookstores aren't as shiny as their competitors and I never took the time to read the covers. But luckily I gave it a shot because the content within is great. There's stuff in here for digital and traditional artists. The tutorials relating to digital painting are what attracts me most.
They also have much more specialized content than the other mags out there. The price point per issue is attractive too. Will be ordering more e-mags from them!Review by Anthony(Posted on 23/10/2013)