Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Characters for Nursery rhymes

I did several characters for Nursery rhymes animations. This parts I draw in Adobe Illustrator. Then export them in Flash and animate. First sketches draw in photoshop.

Friday, August 21, 2015

Copy anime style

I impressed by anime and MOBA characters. So I decided to study different outline and coloring styles by copying references. I find reference images on pinterest boards. Then create outline in Photoshop by pen tool - creating path and then convert to brush style (great tool!). And then did grayscale base. And finally color on Color layer. Works fine as for me.


Just review some interesting images from my pinterest boards and copy/study them.

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Disney classic outline and coloring style study

I did this part just for fun and studying pen tool in Photoshop. All outlines were created with pen tool by hand, no brushes or styles.
Sure I used reference as base for outline. Reference on left side and my result on right side.

Big thank's to Dizney Khan for this video tutorial. I used tips from the video a lot.

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Coloring study in Photoshop

Coloring grayscale image in Photoshop CS6. I did rough outline copy from Serov portrait and then paint over on Color layer.
You can see grayscale and colored versions + layers gif animation.

Study coloring over grayscale

This time I try to learn from Masters.
Very cool colouring tutorial by Monika Zagrobelna here. I used it for start.
Coloring over grayscale base.

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Judo Ninja Cat

Oh, I didn't draw any doodle so long. So at last one here. The Judo Ninja Cat. I like Judo and Ninjas are cool. Why cat? I do no, just sketching. Yeah, he a bit static...

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Light study in Photoshop

I did this light study yesterday evening. It's amazing to try new painting techniques. I used only simple brushes in Photoshop. 

Monday, January 26, 2015

Color study sketch

I trying Understanding Color Theory in Concept Art and Illustration Tutorial from www.digitaltutors.com. And I impressed. Absolutely great tutorial, simple, direct and practice oriented. I have art education and painting experience but I still can find insights in this tutorial.