Final “Spring” Because Spring is part two of a four-part project, I had be sure that the choices I made for this piece will harmonize with the previous work. I have a very clear vision of the overall project, and have decided to contrast the moods of the seasons greatly. On the other hand, I will […]
Okey Dokey, part two is mostly about the way I manipulated my photos to provide a back round and a dress for Ms. Spring. There have to be myriad ways to deal with photos incorporated into digital paintings. I’m simply revealing the way I went about it in this piece. And, I have no problem […]
Spring, It’s the second in my Four Seasons project. Last time with Digital Winter , I explored an overview of the digital painting via Photoshop layers. The focus of Spring is painting the skin. I’m using Photoshop CS4 and Wacom Intuos 4. I’m still working on the finish, but here’s essentially, how I’ve painted the skin […]
Above is a screenshot of the basic Photoshop underpainting of “Winter”. Below is a visual tutorial of the painting process. Please feel free to ask any questions that may come to mind, since my text explanation is spare.
<a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/3107543/elenacaravelas-blog?claim=4cumqmy9rsx”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> I love to render thick manes of long hair. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that I’m familiar with them. From age fourteen to thirty, I dragged around my own head of long heavy hair that reached nearly to my ankles. Why, you may ask? Couldn’t […]
As promised, a tutorial covering the basics. In evidence are the magic Photoshop conveniences of gradients, filters, and made to order brushes. I do not have time this week to cover the alchemy of making the hardware, which is simply a Photoshop enhancement via filters, that takes ordinary lines and turns them to silver and […]
Creeping closer and closer to Halloween night, we are. What’s out there? What’s in the closet? What’s in the basement? Darkness. Happy Halloween! Below is a quick digital painting tutorial at it’s most basic. Quite traditional, were it not for the Wacom stylus and tablet. This piece could just as easily been created with acrylic […]
If you permit, Photoshop will surprise you. This goblin-like creature is mysteriously materializing from a pedestrian plan for a masquerade themed piece. It’s energy is quite assertive, so I’m getting out of the way and allowing the image to evolve via the Paint Daub filter. The result is a little scary, so I think I […]