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  • 2DArtist Back Issues - 2016 (Download Only)

    All 12 issues of 2DArtist Magazine published in 2016.
    Incl. Tax: $35.60

  • 2DArtist Back Issues - 2015 (Download Only)

    All 12 issues of 2DArtist Magazine published in 2015.
    Incl. Tax: $35.60

  • 2DArtist: Issue 135 - March 2017 (Download Only)

    In this month’s issue we speak to concept artists Steve Chinhsuan Wang and Jason Nguyen about their exciting artwork, and illustrator Jana Heidersdorf shares her sketches and tips on generating new ideas. We also speak to freelance artist Dmitriy Pogorelov about his complex mixed media artworks. Also in this issue, Baldi Konijn shows us how to create an original costume for a stylized Egyptian guard, Amir Zand paints the legendary huntress Artemis as a futuristic sci-fi character, and Alex Olmedo demonstrates how to speed paint an animal mech. You can also learn how Jung-Hoon Lee creates his bold sci-fi scenes, and James Wolf Strehle continues his series on the fundamentals of fantasy painting with a tutorial on effective values.
    Incl. Tax: $3.94

  • 2DArtist: Issue 134 - February 2017 (Download Only)

    For this month’s interviews, Ashley Mackenzie shares her highly emotive illustrations for books and magazines, and Bartłomiej Gaweł showcases his work on The Witcher games. Traditional artist Sam Ectoplasm discusses her raw, visceral illustrations, and Sean Andrew Murray shares sketches from his extensive fantasy world. Also in this issue, Eduardo Rodriguez and Maciej Sidorowicz show how to plein air paint changing environments, and Klaus Pillon demonstrates how to speed paint impressive water effects. James Wolf Strehle teaches the fundamental elements of perfecting perspective in fantasy art, Jan Weßbecher shows us how he creates his dark futuristic illustrations, and much more!
  • Introduction to 3D printing (Download Only)

    If you’d like to try your hand at 3D printing and don’t know where to begin, this eBook is the ideal starting point. Talented artist and designer James W. Cain will guide you through modeling and printing a character bust using ZBrush and Formlabs’ Form 1+, “the world’s best-selling desktop SLA 3D printer.” The six in-depth chapters will show you your way around the Form 1+ hardware, how to sculpt and prepare a ZBrush model suitable for physical print, how to clean up and finish the print, and how to troubleshoot problems with your 3D-printed projects.
    Incl. Tax: $13.12

  • Sci-fi art fundamentals in Photoshop (Download Only)

    Sci-fi art is one of the most popular genres of concept art, used widely in games, film, animation and illustration. Yet creating a successful sci-fi image can often be a daunting task. In this five-part eBook Juan Novelletto, an experienced concept artist for the entertainment industry, demonstrates in detail how to construct a dynamic sci-fi image and reveals key tips and techniques to help you create your own impressive sci-fi artworks in Photoshop. Covering everything from the basics of ensuring you have a strong composition to handy tips for generating VFX, and including crucial advice on perfecting perspective and values, this eBook is all you need to start creating dramatic sci-fi art!
    Incl. Tax: $13.12

  • 2DArtist: Issue 128 - August 2016 (Download Only)

    In this month’s issue concept artist Ricean Vlad shows how to create a city under attack, and Alena Velichko demonstrates how to paint digitally in the style of traditional master painter J. M. W. Turner.
  • 2DArtist: Issue 126 - June 2016 (Download Only)

    This month features an interview with the awesome game artist Richard Wright, who talks about his work processes and learning new skills. We also take a look at the portfolio of up-and-coming animation artist Cathleen McAllister, and explore the gothic-inspired illustrations of traditional artist Ivan Meshkov.
  • 2DArtist: Issue 122 - February 2016 (Download Only)

    This month in 2dartist we have more fantastic tutorials, including a guide to using photo-bashing in your speed paintings from Alejandro Olmeda, and the next installment in Juan Novelletto’s series on sci-fi fundamentals.
  • Fantasy Battle Scenes (Download Only)

    What makes a great fantasy battle scene? A dramatic atmosphere, a multitude of characters, a gripping narrative, believable weapons and armor, not to mention a clear distinction between the two fighting sides. In three insightful step-by-step tutorials, Carlos Cabrera, Piotr Foksowicz, and Donovan Valdes share invaluable Photoshop techniques and professional workflows to help you develop your own captivating combat scenes.
    Incl. Tax: $13.12

  • Design characters for environments (Download Only)

    When designing characters for entertainment, it's an artist's job to describe the effects of the character's environment through their characteristics, garments, and props. This e-book shows how to craft a variety of characters for some unique worlds, discussing the considerations for each that lead to the design decisions made. The result is a collection of concepts ready for any 3D Modeler or Art Director!
    Incl. Tax: $13.12

  • 3DCreative: Issue 110 - October 2014 (Download Only)

    In this month’s issue, we’re going to the movies with Ken Barthelmey (The Maze Runner) and Iker García Santander (Justin and the Knights of Valour), as they share their thoughts on the industry and experiences from the world of film. We’re also happy to be trying something new with our Spotlight feature, a versatile space for different kinds of 3D artists and their projects. This month, we’re proud to feature traditional sculptor Jonathan Payne and his extraordinary clay creations. They’re pretty unsettling – you’ve been warned!
  • 3DCreative: Issue 109 - September 2014 (Download Only)

    We’re kicking off this month with two wonderful interviewees, Leticia Reinaldo and Nikita Veprikov, both of whom have something to say about finding your own voice and, most important of all, having fun! We certainly hope you have fun reading this issue, where we’ve gathered a wealth of knowledge and resources to help you learn, improve, and find that creative voice we all look for.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 104 - April 2014 (Download Only)

    It’s important to experiment and find your skills and passions. With this in mind, we have a varied array of tutorials to help you to refine your practice: from hard-surface modeling to texturing and sketching. You’ll also find creative advice from some of the industry’s top character designers including Kurt Papstein and our cover artist, Jeff Miller. Alongside this, discover software tips and tricks for 3ds Max, Maya, ZBrush and more! There’s plenty inside to help you refine your practice, so it’s time to get working!
  • 2DArtist: Issue 099 - March 2014 (Download Only)

    We love the seamless fusion of reality and mythology of this month’s cover image, created by Miklós Földi. Discover how Miklós draws upon his experiences in oil painting to create a soft, painterly effect in Painter while trying new forms and styles!

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