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  • 3dtotal Anatomy: Female planar bust

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    PLEASE NOTE: These items are currently on back order. Orders are estimated to be shipped in early September. Simplify the human head into angular sections of shadow or light that represent the main landmarks and volumes required to convey an accurate face.
    Incl. Tax: $56.25

  • 3dtotal Anatomy: 3 piece set of animal figures

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    PLEASE NOTE: These items are currently on back order. Orders are estimated to be shipped in early September.

    Any professional creature artist will tell you the importance of incorporating anatomical accuracy and therefore believability into your designs. Our half-écorché/half-skin animal anatomy figures offer detailed insight into the muscular structure and surface variation of animals commonly used as a basis for creature designs, capturing three distinct mammalian body types that are familiar to everyone but often misunderstood. They are a resource you can study in three dimensions, in person, which is incredibly valuable when photographs just aren’t cutting it and you aren’t able to study these animals in real life.


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  • 2DArtist: Issue 131 - November 2016 (Download Only)

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    In this issue you will find plenty of inspiration in our interviews with Eduardo Pena, Joel Kilpatrick, and traditional artist Lauren Marx. We also take a look at the characterful sketches of Yewon Park, a concept artist at Blizzard Entertainment. Learn how to speed paint a street cleaning mech with Galan Pang, and create a costume design for a sci-fi butler with Albert Urmanov. See how Klaus Pillion reinvents a Herculean tale into a cyberpunk scene, and follow as Zac Retz reveals how to approach daytime and night-time plein air studies of an industrial environment. Also discover how Alexandre Chaudret painted his vampire countess character, and learn how Florian de Gesincourt created a light filled fantasy environment!
  • Beginner's Guide to Comic Art: Characters

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    Start your journey to comic success and delve into the processes behind great comic art, learning the traditional and digital tools of the trade. From inking and coloring to anatomy and poses, you’ll discover everything there is to know about creating impressive characters for comic art. The comprehensive introductory chapters will show you how to choose the right tools for your work and help you to develop an understanding of the essential skills every aspiring comic artist needs.
    Incl. Tax: $21.24

  • 3dtotal Anatomy: Feline figure

    A cat is an animal that is so regularly seen that its anatomy can be easily misunderstood. Use our half-écorché/half-skin feline figure to study its musculature and surface variations and apply that knowledge to your own imaginative designs. Ideal for both 2D and 3D artists across all mediums, our animal anatomy figures will help build your confidence when it comes to creating unique and authentic designs – the perfect tool for any creature artist.



    Incl. Tax: $100.00

  • 3dtotal Anatomy: Canine figure

    PLEASE NOTE: This item is currently on back order. Orders are estimated to be shipped in early September.

    Forming the basis of a ferocious beast or a cute quadruped, a firm understanding of a dog’s anatomy is invaluable to any creature designer. With the half-écorché/half-skin canine figure you can study the musculature in three dimensions and compare it against the surface variations of the skin, allowing you to add that all-essential element of believability to your designs. Develop a fundamental understanding of canine muscle definition beyond that offered by photo reference and made challenging by a fidgeting companion. The canine figure is ideal for beginner artists taking their first steps in creature design as well as advanced professionals looking for a reliable and cost-effective reference figure.


    Incl. Tax: $100.00

  • 2DArtist: Issue 130 - October 2016 (Download Only)

    This issue features the work of two incredible senior concept artists, Richard Anderson and Brad Wright who discuss their careers in the game and film industries and share their tips for success. We also speak to illustrator David Rice about his work drawing links between nature and geometry, and comic book artist Koveck showcases his dynamic character sketches.
  • 3dtotal Anatomy: Equine figure

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    PLEASE NOTE: This item is currently on back order. Orders are estimated to be shipped in early September.

    The horse is known to be a particularly difficult mammal to replicate, its forms often misunderstood even by experienced artists. Regularly used as a basis for fantasy beings such as dragons, unicorns, and kelpies, a solid understanding of a horse’s anatomy goes a long way in creature design. The half-écorché/half-skin equine figure offers you the chance to study both the muscular structure and the surface variations of a horse in detail, acting as a perfect resource when photographs aren’t enough and you aren’t able to study the animal in real life. If you want to produce believable and authentic creature designs then anatomical reference such as this is a must.



    Incl. Tax: $100.00

  • 2DArtist: Issue 124 - April 2016 (Download Only)

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    This month in 2dartist we have loads of detailed tutorials, including Caroline Gariba’s guide to creating narrative fantasy art. Stephanie Cost shows us how to speed paint the aurora borealis, Col Price demonstrates how to develop a futuristic flying vehicle from an elevated viewpoint and Juan Novelletto continues his series on sci-fi fundamentals by exploring VFX.
  • Beginner's Guide to Digital Painting in Photoshop: Sci-fi and Fantasy

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    Beginner’s Guide to Digital Painting in Photoshop: Sci-fi and Fantasy is an ideal guide for artists wanting to create imaginative and compelling genre art. Established artists share their industry experience by covering such aspects as how to design an interesting composition, achieving correct perspective, and conveying moods with color and light. Insightful step-by-step tutorials, and a handy quick tips section that covers how to paint elements that are integral to sci-fi and fantasy art, make this an invaluable resource for those looking to learn new skills, as well as those pursuing the next level.
    Incl. Tax: $37.49

  • Forge & Carve

    With knowledge passed down through the centuries, the presence of traditional crafts such as spoon carving, leather working, and knife making is becoming more and more pronounced in contemporary culture and on platforms such as social media and e-commerce. As the pressures of a fast-paced, modern-day life weigh on people, many seek solace in more manual, artful practices that take us out of ourselves and produce something beautiful and useful. Forge & Carve looks at eighteen crafters and how and why they create the items they do. From basket weaver to blacksmith, from potter to bowyer, meet some of the talented people behind this revival of time-honoured techniques and discover how they make a living from their artistry. Admire their craftsmanship; share their enthusiasm; and learn from their philosophy.

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  • 2DArtist: Issue 133 - January 2017 (Download Only)

    In issue 133 we speak to background designer Kiersten Eagan about how she uses her art to tell stories, and illustrator Gediminas Pranckevičius talks to us about his career so far. We also take a look at the personal plein air studies of Pixar illustrator Noah Klocek, and Rachel Ho talks us through how she maintains flow in her sketches. Also in this issue, Sina P. Kasra reimagines the tale of Theseus and the Minotaur, James Wolf Strehle begins a new series teaching the fundamentals of fantasy concept art, and Peter Goethe shows how to speed paint magical lights. You can also see how to illustrate atmospheric sci-fi and fantasy scenes, paint a dark fantasy shaman, and much more!
  • 2DArtist: Issue 125 - May 2016 (Download Only)

    This month in 2dartist we take a look inside the sketchbooks of the wonderful Alena Tkach, who creates illustrations for games and children’s books. We also speak to freelance illustrator and concept artist Damian Audino about how he discovered digital art and launched a career in the industry.
  • 2DArtist: Issue 132 - December 2016 (Download Only)

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    In issue 132 we discuss careers with Riot Games’ principle artist Tyson Murphy, and environment artist Tim Kaminski. We also speak to illustrator Shawn Coss who shares his macabre sketches, and Tom Fox demonstrates how he harnesses the power of Photoshop when sketching. Also in this issue, Klaus Pillon shows how to speed paint a scene with dramatic fire effects, and comic illustrator Sykosan shows how to paint a stylized sci-fi character. You can follow Pavel Kolomeyets quick tips for painting sci-fi and fantasy themed illustration details, and learn from Zack Cy as he reinvents the Greek myth of Persephone with light effects. Plus plenty more painting tips and artistic inspiration!
  • 2DArtist: Issue 129 - September 2016 (Download Only)

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    Issue 129 is once again packed full of artist insights, inspiration, and brand new gallery artwork! We interview concept artist for AAA games Ned Rogers, and new environment artist Waqas Malik. We also showcase the sketches of Grzesiek Wroblewski, while taking a look at the distinctive portfolio of magazine and book illustrator Nader Sharaf.

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