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Movie tutorials downloadable from: www.pjartworks.com
Thanks to everyone who has sent positive feedback on my downloadable movies and books, it makes the hard work worthwhile.
All movies and books available now at www.pjartworks.com
Note: Quicktime Player is recommended for Alien landscapes and Abandoned Art.
'The master artist makes it clear in his video that getting the groundwork right is the key to great art...' ImagineFX's four star review of the movie tutorial: Carnival 3000AD
Luscious color! That's the first thing I think when I see one of Patrick's paintings. Then my eyes roam around and see the silky skin of the characters, the intricate design work of their ornamentation... Julie Bell.
I expect to be impressed by every piece that comes out of the hands of Patrick. His control of the paint and brushes is truly amazing. His technique is impeccable... Boris Vallejo
Last edited by patrick j jones; June 1st, 2012 at 09:50 PM. Reason: update
I really like this piece. I keep coming back to it to see the layers upon layers of detailing but for me what really sets it apart is the visor. That is the kicker as I will always imagine what is in her eyes. Very cool.
We are remembered only by what we leave behind.
Here's another piece done using custom brushes in Corel Painter for the same Masterclass students as Robot Bride. For those who have so far downloaded movies I thank you and especially those of you who emailed me positive comments. Makes it all worthwhile.
I'd be interested to know what other movie tutorials fantasy and SF students would wish for, what skills they feel are not being taught in the schools the attend.
Looking forward to your comments.
Last edited by patrick j jones; September 10th, 2010 at 09:32 PM.
Have just purchased Carnival 3000AD and looking forward to the email containing links to the awesome Robot Bride vids. Thanks very much for that offer Patrick.
What a wonderful contrast of styles between your first post and your last, Deathstalker has that great old school oils look that so many people today think isnt possible on the computer. That you can do that and create something as contemporary as Robot Bride aswell is truly inspiring.
Enquiring about that Masterclass in Brisbane as well, hopefully it has yet to happen
Thanks Dust, much appreciated!
Masterclass in the city is still enrolling and should start soon. It would be great to see you there. What part of Australia are you living in?
Here is Frankenstein with close ups. Newborn Contest winner Asia Pacific region. A lot of positive feedback went with this one and I thank all who sent me their views, and of course Conceptart.org for running the show. Here are some close ups.
Last edited by patrick j jones; August 9th, 2010 at 07:32 PM.
That Frankenstein is ridiculous.
Your ability to universally apply paint is something that I admire. Whether it be digital or traditional you've got a good knowledge of it. I like the thought that painting is the same general idea no matter what medium you're using and I think you're a wonderful example of that.
You're also providing some of your knowledge for an affordable price. Creating 50 pages of a book and then selling it online as an e-book (or whatever you want to call it) instead of a (maybe overblown priced) $50 book is really great for those of us trying to make our way. $50 is 1/8 of my rent. $8 is 1/50 of my rent. Now I can live AND learn, just like the saying.
What I'm saying is when I'm no longer poor I've got to buy me one of those. Thanks man- you're one hell of an inspiration and you should know how helpful what you do is.
Last edited by Quigleyer; August 9th, 2010 at 11:31 PM.
Thanks Eric, much appreciated! I like your retro avatar btw.
The movies and downloadable books where originally created as an affordable resource for my Sf & Fantasy Masterclass students ( they are based on my live Masterclass lectures and demos ), but it's great to get emails from students all over the world who are now benefitting from the original idea.
I wish you good luck with your art.
Nice style, like where you decide to render and not. Great execution.
DUUUDE, this is too cool!! Keep doing the techy/steampunk stuff, please.
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WOW! i am now a fan.
Freakin' awesome, I believe I have a new favorite artist. Btw, the promo code doesn't seem to be working, at checkout I enter it but it keeps saying the code isn't found.
My page on Facebook. Check it out!
Great to hear, thanks!
Thanks for your order too, you only need to enter 'robot promo' in the note box after you click checkout for this offer, it's not a code, just a note, so don't worry we have your order pending. Once you process payment and it clears through Paypal/pjartworks you will be able to download Carnival 3000AD and a unique download link and code will follow for the free robot movies.
Basically; the system automates and codes kick in, once Paypal funds clear.
Enjoy the movies!
Last edited by patrick j jones; August 26th, 2010 at 10:27 PM.
Thanks, devilminer, sinnersaint and artmessiah. I'll keep posting if you keep watching.