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!
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! Maxx Marshall shares his comic book style sketches, whilst Meg Owenson demonstrates how to overcome a blank canvas.
We’ve got useful tutorials for designing and rendering concept vehicles, creating cool female characters and a beginner’s guide to set extensions, not to mention a gallery bursting with inspirational images. Enjoy!
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Bringing the dead to life:
Go behind the scenes of the animation
The Book of Life
with concept artist Paul Sullivan
Mastering colored pencils:
Marco Mazzoni shares his stunning female portraits and flora and fauna renders
Sketch comic art:
Maxx Marshall shares his incredibly drawn sketchbook pages
Eytan Zana and Cristina Lavina Roldan feature in this issue’s gallery selection of our top 10 images
Design vehicle concepts:
Matt Tkocz shares his process for designing and rendering a futuristic dune buggy
Matte painting simple set extensions:
Jessica Rossier guides us through a step-by-step tutorial to extend a set
Overcome a blank canvas:
From a simple idea to a fully rendered composition ‒ Meg Owenson shows you how!
Paint fantasy characters:
Improve your color and composition with a look behind the process of Emily Chen’s image
Create tattooed warriors:
Sandra posada introduces the workflow used to paint her Japanese woman
Beginner’s Guide to Photoshop Elements:
Eric Spray demonstrates speed-painting an exterior environment in Photoshop Elements
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