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  • Beginner's Guide to Digital Painting in Photoshop: Characters

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    Beginner’s Guide to Digital Painting: Characters is a comprehensive guide for artists wishing to create convincing and detailed characters. It features established artists such as Charlie Bowater (concept artist at Atomhawk) and Derek Stenning (freelance concept artist and illustrator, with clients including Marvel Entertainment and Nintendo) who share their industry experiences by covering such aspects as posing characters, choosing the correct costumes, conveying emotions, and creating suitable moods. Comprehensive step-by-step instructions – including a quick tips section that covers how to paint elements that are integral to character design – make this an invaluable resource for those looking to learn new skills, as well as those pursuing the next level.
    Incl. Tax: $41.15

  • 2DArtist: Issue 114 - June 2015 (Download Only)

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    We’ve got an exciting mix of sci-fi and fantasy for you this month! Issue 114 brings you an insightful interview with illustrator and concept artist, Brun Croes filled with invaluable advice. Brun Croes also pops up in our tutorial section as he demonstrates how to develop a scene using sketching techniques.
  • Portraiture (Download Only)

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    Portraits are one of the most commonly tackled subjects in all forms of art, but they are also one of the easiest forms of art to spot mistakes with. If there is something wrong with a painting of someone's face you will notice it instantly. To avoid falling into this trap many digital artists will paint over a photograph which also leaves tell tale signs. In this eBook our 6 talented artists will talk you through how to use a photo reference to create an interesting portrait of both males and females, and it will even teach you how to paint a caricature. If you are a fan of character work or enjoy painting portraits this is the eBook for you.
    Incl. Tax: $13.65

  • The Italian Courtyard (Download Only)

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    The video game industry continues to thrive and grow at an alarming rate, and is swiftly becoming the most obvious option for employment for anyone in the CG industry. This set of tutorials provides an opportunity for anyone trying to get into the business by talking them through the creation of a basic game level, and shows you how to create a portfolio piece that would impress any potential employer. Using the Unreal Development Kit UK based artist Andrew Finch talks us through the entire process of creating a level, from downloading the free software and choosing its settings, to importing and texturing accessories. This really is a must have for anyone interested in the games industry.

    Regular Price: $13.65

    Special Price Incl. Tax: $4.12

  • 3DTotal's Stylizing Toons (Download Only)

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    Introducing 3DTotal's Stylizing Toons tutorial eBook, which uses both 3ds Max and ZBrush. Stylized Cartoon characters are very popular in the world of CG. However they are not always well executed. The art of finding a balance between exaggeration and design has caused artists problems for a long time. In this eBook Jose Alves da Silva will be showing us how to address this balance and master it to create stunning stylized cartoons. The entire process is explained from beginning to end, starting with gathering references and creating the concept through to modelling, sculpting texturing, lighting and post-production for both an Animal and Human character. If this is the kind of CG work you are into this is a must have eBook.

    Regular Price: $13.65

    Special Price Incl. Tax: $4.12

  • 3DTotal's Bestiary (Download Only)

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    This eBook series of will be split over six separate chapters all of which will be dedicated to painting monsters suited to a range of habitats spanning jungle and aquatic to mountainous and subterranean. Each will be covered by a different author who will discuss their approach to digital /concept painting, the tools and brushes they employ and how to create a final image. We shall gain an insight into the thought processes of each of our industry professionals and the ways in which they develop an idea from concept sketches through to a finished work. In particular we will be shown some of the considerations that are necessary to designing both imaginative and fantastic creatures that still remain plausible and abide by anatomical and evolutionary laws observed in nature.
    Incl. Tax: $13.65

  • 2DArtist: Issue 120 - December 2015 (Download Only)

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    In this month’s issue we have an interview with Lip Comarella, the art director behind animation studio Salon Alpin. We are also talking to traditional artist Scarlett Fu and get a peek at the sketches of the highly popular Marija Tiurina.
  • 2DArtist: Issue 119 - November 2015 (Download Only)

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    This month features a speed paint tutorial by Donglu Yu on creating an historic landscape in only two hours, a tutorial on digital painting in the style of Peter Paul Rubens, and Ignacio Lazcano and Juan Novelletto show how to design a robot exosuit and then use it in a dynamic sci-fi scene.
  • 2DArtist: Issue 117 - September 2015 (Download Only)

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    This month’s issue features an interview with videogame artist Sung Choi. We also get to speak to the amazing Loish about her upcoming artbook and her successful Kickstarter campaign.
  • Master mood portrayal in Photoshop (Download Only)

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    Talented artists Francisco Albert, Wojtek Fus, and Mike Azevedo share their methods and tricks for portraying character and atmosphere in this insightful guide. Learn step-by-step techniques for building up an evocative image, how to use lively brushstrokes to depict anger, and how to use lighting to create a narrative and captivate the viewer. You’ll be a master of moods in no time!
    Incl. Tax: $13.65

  • Character Creation in Maya (Download Only)

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    Over the course of 8 parts, Patrick Evrard reveals a host of useful tips for creating a stylized character in Maya. Starting with a comprehensive and insightful breakdown of the major tools involved in character creation, Patrick moves through modeling, lighting, texturing, and rendering, before moving on to those finishing touches in post-production. Discover everything you need to know about creating a character in Maya!
    Incl. Tax: $13.65

  • 2DArtist: Issue 110 - February 2015 (Download Only)

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    If fantasy environments and cool characters are your thing, you’re in the right place! We interview Paul Sullivan, Art Director of colorful animation 'The Book of Life', and traditional artist Marco Mazzoni, who’s mastered the colored pencils ‒ just wait until you set eyes on his stunning renders!
    Incl. Tax: $4.10

  • 2DArtist: Issue 071 - November 2011 (Download Only)

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    In this month's issue we will be starting an amazing series about illustration. Fairy tales, no doubt played a huge part of in your childhood. Some of your earliest memories may be the images you conjured in your imagination as you listen to the innocent words of these tales of old. Well in this series Simon Dominic Brewer and Blaz Porenta will be taking these tales and giving them a new look as they teach us how to add story and narrative to our paintings.
  • 2DArtist: Issue 068 - August 2011 (Download Only)

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    When you are so excited about every article in the magazine it is hard to know where to start, but I think I will kick things off by talking about this month's jaw dropping cover image by Serge Birault. Serge has done an outstanding job throughout his Pin Up tutorial series and we have all learnt a lot, but sadly all good things come to an end and in this issue Serge wraps things up in style. I guess it is good to leave on a high and Serge does this with probably my favorite image of the series so far.
  • 2DArtist: Issue 067 - July 2011 (Download Only)

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    This month's cover is the handiwork of the fantastic UK based artist Charlie Bowater. Charlie is a great artist who blows us away with every new image and in this issue she kick starts our new series Character Painting/Portrayal. This is a really handy series that will be teaching us how to paint certain characteristics and features that can add some story and interest to our characters.

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