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I'm pretty new to digital painting. I have always enjoy looking at concept art of video games and movies but never really try to paint. I'm currnently a graphic designer designing logos, page layouts, typography and simple graphics. This is a whole new ball park for me because i'm use to simple clean vector shapes because i work mainly in Adobe Illustrator.
I heard this website is great for beginners so i'll give it a shot. I just started painting like 3 days ago and just using basic brushes and pen pressure. I really have no clue on atanomy and blending.
I read a lot of painter interviews and most of them said to be a great painter is to paint everyday. Lets see if this will work. I know i have a long ways to go but just seeing everyone's work on this site just makes me want to push myself
just trying to draw some rocks from a photo, i just can't get those concave indents in the rocks, i try adding white highlight but doesnt help
Rose Royce emblem
just a bottle thing i just made up
you really have a huge monitor, I got only standard monitor ... it's good if you can downsize your image so we can see the whole picture without scrolling if it's ok for you. this is typical work for beginning painting digital, it's good start in a way you're adapting the way to paint digitally, yes scribble a lot, use different brushes as long as you are into discovering what suit you and later begin on refining things ... good luck!
opps sorry for the large images. I will resize it my new sketches.
Hey Bossy! Looks like you have a decent start here. My only question is... what is it you would like to do? Do you like characters? Environments? Are you wanting to just do it as a hobby? Either way I'd suggest work from life as much or more than your drawing from your head. If you want to learn anatomy find a figure drawing group and look into some anatomy books (personally Id recommend books by George Bridgeman and David K Rubens).
Either way practicing every day is the surest way to becoming a great painter!
i guess its a hobby right now. I'm more focused in freelance graphic design atm which i been doing for about 4 years. I pretty much like to draw anything from mechs, ships, Environments...
Yea i heard to be an good illustrator, you need to know how to draw everything. Human anatomy is a must im guessing. I tired drawing body parts and stuff but it never comes out right, but i will continue. Thanks for the recommendation on anatomy books, might have to check them out soon
Also, if you do not have a local life drawing group go here. Its not as good as a live model but its good for getting you into a rhythm and learning about at least surface anatomy.
Been away for a while because i kind of gave up tbh...But hopefully it wont happen again. I'm drawing everyday, more drawing than graphic design. Trying to go down the illustrator road now instead.
Learning loomis stuff...these stuff is harder than it looks hah.