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eightgr
05-05-2008, 03:01 PM
http://www.itsartmag.com/features/video-tutorial-dam/vtcmood.jpg (http://www.itsartmag.com/features/video-tutorial-dam/Video-Tutorial-Mood-Part3.html)

Daniel Arnold-Mist, freelance artist, presents a complete project using Painter. This 4 parts video, where, by using Painter we will discover the creative process an artist has to do to conceive a successfull mood illustration.

Enjoy Part3 Here (http://www.itsartmag.com/features/video-tutorial-dam/Video-Tutorial-Mood-Part3.html)

telecaustic
05-06-2008, 04:17 PM
NICE! I watched the first one thinking it was the whole video and I was crushed that I had to wait for other installments, but I lived and it was worth the wait! Thanks for the cool tutorial!


cw

liquidminduk
05-07-2008, 03:57 AM
Hi telecaustic;

I'm glad you are enjoying the tutorials, the final part should be up on friday and there will be many more made available in the near future.

After the release of the final issue, full 1280p versions will be made available for a small cost.

If you have any questions drop me a message on the it's art dedicated furum http://www.itsartmag.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=751


Thank's for viewing


Daniel Arnold-Mist

danielmoreira
05-09-2008, 04:13 AM
that's great man! its very good tutorial for to help my job...

gavobe
08-13-2008, 04:43 PM
[QIUOTE=eightgr]Verry good,I ame a newbie in digital painting. I did first traditional work.
I love your work and give my a puch in the good direction.
Thanks for your tutorial.
http://www.itsartmag.com/features/video-tutorial-dam/vtcmood.jpg (http://www.itsartmag.com/features/video-tutorial-dam/Video-Tutorial-Mood-Part3.html)

Daniel Arnold-Mist, freelance artist, presents a complete project using Painter. This 4 parts video, where, by using Painter we will discover the creative process an artist has to do to conceive a successfull mood illustration.

Enjoy Part3 Here (http://www.itsartmag.com/features/video-tutorial-dam/Video-Tutorial-Mood-Part3.html)[/QUOTE]

liquidminduk
08-19-2008, 05:47 AM
glad you enjoyed the tutorial, final image isn't great but i hope i helped some people out. Full resolution 1280x1024 version will be available soon. Keep your eyes open for it.


Regards,



Dan

eightgr
08-22-2008, 07:29 AM
A Quicktime Downloadable Version is now available for $12.99

Page : http://www.itsartmag.com/features/video-tutorial-dam

http://www.itsartmag.com/features/video-tutorial-dam/Part1PIC.JPG (http://www.itsartmag.com/features/video-tutorial-dam/index.php)

http://www.itsartmag.com/features/video-tutorial-dam/Part4PIC.JPG (http://www.itsartmag.com/features/video-tutorial-dam/index.php)

Content :

Introduction : Welcome to "Mood Painting 101". A video tutorial designed for beginners in the world of 2D digital art. In this video our tutor (Daniel Arnold-Mist) covers all the basics required to create a believable environment using Corel Painter. Brushes, shortcuts, light, shadow and many other useful techniques are covered.

Part 1: (The Basics) : Part 1 covers the basic interface of Corel Painter. Introducing the user to the tools and shortcuts required for a fluid workflow. Blocking in the basic tones and colours to create the "feel" of the piece.

Part 2: (Tightening the piece) : In part 2 the basic tones, shapes and colours are tightened to create a better feel of the overall image. Working towards the final composition. Adding details and form.

Part 3: (Light and shadow) : Part 3 covers "light and shadow", introducing the user to different methods for creating light and shade. Adding atmosphere to the piece is also covered in this section.

Part 4: (Foreground and final editing) : In the final section, we bring in a foreground element and add "life and interest" to the piece using different techniques.

Extra (Thumbnails) : In this extra video, the tutor covers the importance of "thumbnails". Four examples are shown to introduce the user how to quickly block in ideas for final pieces.

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