This month's issue is packed full of mythical scenes and quirky characters, including Pyeongjun Park's awesome femme-fatale that graces the cover. Inside you can discover the techniques Pyeongjun used to create this anti-heroine!
Welcome to the September 2013 issue of 2dartist magazine!
This month's issue is packed full of mythical scenes and quirky characters, including Pyeongjun Park's awesome femme-fatale that graces the cover. Inside you can discover the techniques Pyeongjun used to create this anti-heroine! If fantasy scenes are your thing, you won't want to miss Piotr Foksowicz's beastly battle scene tutorial or Rasmus Berggreen's project overview for his image The Last Goodbye.
We also catch up with Last Man Standing creator, Dan Luvisi, who talks pop culture icon, action figures, and gives us a sneak-peak at what he'll be talking about at this month's sunny Trojan Horse was a Unicorn festival!
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Ryan talks Wreck-It Ralph:
We talk processes and life at Walt Disney Animation's with talented visual development artist Ryan Lang
Last Dan Standing:
We catch up with Dan Luvisi to chat about workflow and what inspired his infamous Popped Culture series
Top 10 Images:
Vanja Todoric and Bastien Grivet feature in this issues gallery selection of our top ten inspirational images from around the digital world.
Creature sketches from Vinod Rams:
Creature and character concept artist, Vinod Rams shares his inspirations, techniques and quirky character sketches.
How to illustrate femme-fatales:
Pyeongjun Park reveals industry tips and tricks used to create his anti-heroine character ‘Morsus' in Photoshop.
Create unique vehicles:
In this step-by-step guide, YongSub Noh takes us through the phases to create a fantasy vehicle from concept through to digital-painting.
Learn to paint beastly battles:
Piotr Foksowicz divulges his lighting techniques to help you achieve a large-scale dramatic battle scene.
Design desert characters:
Derek Stenning explores the factors that would affect and influence a character's evolution in the desert.
Matte painting mythology:
Games developer Rasmus Berggreen shares some handy matte painting tips which he used to create this month's Project Overview image.
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Customer Reviews (2)
Another excellent issue!
As always another jam-packed issue, the caliber of art is never disappointing, I never fail to come away with a tip or work flow or something that is inspirational for my own work (and I just like to look at all the pretty pictures!)... The Vinod Rams Sketchbook feature was super and Dan Luvisi's take on alternative cartoon characters had me laughing! Brilliant!Review by HGGuy(Posted on 08/11/2013)
Best art magazine out there
I just love this magazine. The quality of the reader gallery is top notch. The interviews with the pros are helpful and entertaining. The tutorials are some of the best ones out there. Every month I look forward to the new issue. And you can't beat the price! It's a third of the cost of another popular 2d/concept art magazine that shall remain nameless.
The best part of this magazine, or company, is that you can preview the entire magazine before you buy it. Little things like that are I keep coming back.Review by Brian(Posted on 24/10/2013)