The Painting Armour eBook is a 39-page guide covering the subject of painting convincing armor, specifically Medieval, Roman and Samurai. We asked industry professional Mike Lim (aka Daarken) to create easy-to-follow guides on how to paint these types of armor, and as well giving expert tuition, Mike Lim has also supplied the brushes that he used, which can be downloaded at the beginning and end of the tutorials. This tutorial eBook is aimed at intermediate to advanced level of artists.Product details
Author: 3DTotal.com Ltd
Platform: Photoshop CS2 and Painter IX
Format: DOWNLOAD ONLY PDF
Size: 21.4 MB
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Chapter 1 - European Knight - Medieval Armor
In the first chapter, Mike Lim takes us through the general blocking out of the figure, gradually building up the armor. He starts off with the pauldrons, progressing onto painting the chest and arm plates, and through to painting effective looking chain mail - while also showing us how to add texture to our paintings.
Chapter 2 - Greek - Roman Ancient World Armor, Spartans, Trojans
In the second chapter, Mike starts off with blocking in the main silhouette, and then filling out the face and the general shape of the armor. With all the basic shapes and colors down, he then goes into adding the final detail, such as the different armor plates, rivets, rings and so on.
Chapter 3 - Oriental Japanese/Samurai
In the final chapter, Mike Lim shows us how to build up the general figure using the same techniques that were used in the previous two chapters. Starting off by painting the helmet, he works his way down the figure this time.
- In-depth enough, sticking to basics, highly inspirational Review by Niko Partanen
- Simple and Focus Review by Iqbal
- Verry good quality Review by Irvin
(Posted on 04/08/2015)
- Well made resource Review by Alek
(Posted on 02/12/2014)
- A Very Worthy Purchase! Review by Matt Bain
It's definetely worth having this tutorial in your collection! (Posted on 14/01/2014)
- Excellent product! Review by Gary Laib
(Posted on 16/08/2010)
- heavy explanations ideal for showing the processes clearly Review by William Seddon
(Posted on 16/08/2010)
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