On ne sait jamais!

adrhaze:

doxolove:

Aida showed me this cool trick a while ago and its turned into a HUGE staple with how I light things now! Gradient Mapping in photoshop is a subtle way to change the colors in your work and works just like a photoshop mask layer! Meaning, you can change the transparency and how much of what part gets the color influence. 

Gradients are also 100% customizable but photoshop is programmed with a few core staples for dramatic and vibrant lighting. The key is finding the saturation you want or like for the art you’re working with! I cant really teach that. 8D

hope this helps others! Play with your lighting!

This is as close as you’ll get to a tutorial by me, a tutorial by someone else about a thing I showed them!


helpyoudraw:

Neck Reference Updated by MelissaDalton from DeviantArt

Many thanks to spreeunit for linking us to this!


brain-food:

Movie illustrations by Massimo


elijah120607:

Taylor Kitsch, Amie Hamer, Garrett Hedlund, Aaron Paul, and James Marsden@Yu Tsai.

posted 1 year ago via meimei-bao · © yutsai.com with 162 notes

pixiepunch:

helpyoudraw:

Become a better artist tips from ImagineFX

Nom. Coloring tips are always welcome.



natocartul:

Supermassive Black Hole by ELIA FERNANDEZ


okamikyru:

Hand Poses by Melyssah6

I stumbled upon these and love them! If you struggle with hands (like me) these are great for practice and referencing. Thought I’d share my finds with other artists~.

posted 1 year ago via omgtsn · © okamikyru with 47,753 notes

dishface:

A friend asked how I do this thing, so I decided to make a tutorial for it! FYI, this is Photoshop CS5. Hope it helps in some way! If there’s anything that completely confuses you, don’t hesitate to ask me. :) 

Here is a fullsize version.

(This font’s exclamation point looks too much like an “L,” so I apologize for sounding too excited in my tutorial.)

posted 1 year ago via omgtsn · © julianachen with 23,285 notes

maid-en-china:

Work progress gif for Leave it Broken :D 
I forgot to mention in the gif, but the character, layer overlay, and paint over was done in Paint tool SAI and then edited in Photoshop. 
I made a tutorial a while back on how to integrate 3D backgrounds to help speed up the drawing process for comic artists. Check it out if you’re interested. :D

maid-en-china:

Work progress gif for Leave it Broken :D 

I forgot to mention in the gif, but the character, layer overlay, and paint over was done in Paint tool SAI and then edited in Photoshop. 


I made a tutorial a while back on how to integrate 3D backgrounds to help speed up the drawing process for comic artists. Check it out if you’re interested. :D