New Tutorial - Color Theory EP01!!Hey guys! Here is a new series I'm starting in parallel with the others where I'll be covering anything color related. It starts pretty basic but I have some cool stuff planned for this, hope you dig.Class is in session
How to draw noses!This week's tutorial comes a bit late but hey, at least it made it in time! NOSE NOSE NOSE
Tutorial - Painting hairHerro guys, here is the newest video tutorial where I talk about my process when painting hair.Have a good week bros.
How to Draw Mouths!Only ears left after this and I should be done with the face tutorials Been super busy lately but still foudn time to make one of these this week, hope you like!
How to improve your color shading!What up guys! I'll have another painting up later this week but for now, here is another color tutorial, hope this helps some of you
Color Theory EP 03!!Here is episode 3 of the series, this time I'm coloring an environment :0Share & Subscribe, that would be awesome Let me know what you guys think yo. -marc
Weekly Video Tutorials EP06* Update* Video is up and running!Hey guys, I'm in Japan right now so I'm writing this journal ahead of time since I'll be away from society for a few days. The video is scheduled to go live at 10am on Monday so look out for it! This one is going to be part 2 of drawing the female figure. Let me know what you think when it comes out!Again, this link will only work after 10am tomorrow... I think?
Weekly Video Tutorials EP07HellLo and happy Monday! To celebrate, here is another video for you guys Hope you like!I'm back home since yesterday and I'm jet lagged as fuck, I guess its a good thing considering I did this one because I couldn't sleep :0-marc
How to create my square BrushBy popular demand, here is ..NOT my square brush, but how to create it yourself! And EP 09 of the character tutorial this week WWwwWWEeeEEEEEEEEE!Nothing too advanced, but hopefully helpful to some of you bros :0
How to Create Brush in PS!...in this week's tutorial! Was super busy last week so couldn't do a video, but I'm back this week with lots of things to show, so stay tuned
How to get rid of ART BLOCKSHey guys!! I've had this question a lot so I thought I'd take the time and answer it for everyone. This is what works for me the best, how do you guys do it?
So you want to be a concept artist?Hey guys, took a while to post these but here they are, the 2 videos for this week!First one is a talk about the job of a concept artist and what its all about, plus tips on how to improve your designs and better self critique your work.Second one if a time-lapse of the whole process including coloring, have a good weekend!
Complete tutorial Series, ahhhh yeeahhHey guys! I've got something cool for you guys today, I think? Layerpaint.com has allowed me to post the tutorial I did for them up on my blog so I hope you guys check it out! Link below will take you there!bluefley - blogspot tutorial*Update*Part 3 now out! This complete the mini series, let me know what you guys think and if you like, make sure you share it with friends Thanks guys!
Video Tutorial 01!Hey guys, here is the first episode, let me know what you guys think so I can make the next ones better! Feel free to ask any questions too!-Marc!
Weekly Tutorial is live!In this video I talk about coloring the heads I made in the previous ones. This was a live recording so it's not as tight as I would like but it'll have to do for this week!Been super busy lately and haven't slept much, hopefully you guys can still get something out of it! Let me know! I read all the comments and try to answer most questions. Got it?! The video just went live as I write this so the HD quality might not have processed yet, give it a few minutes -marc
3 tips to create sci-fi designsHarro harro! I have a new workshop for you guys! Nothing super fancy but those are the things I think about when I paint so here they are, sharing is caring right?
New Youtube video!Hey guys! Thanks for all the feedback on the last video, hopefully this one is an improvement :0This is the second in the series, covering how to draw the male head. Again, please let me know what you think so that I keep improving! Hope you like!
How To Find Freelance Illustration Work. Part TwoIn Part One of this article I talked about the „passive" way to find freelance work: making it easy for potential clients to find you. Here, I'll talk about the „active" way – how you can seek out freelance work from your own initiative. Only a small number well-known illustrators don't need to promote themselves actively. I assume that you already have a solid portfolio and some experience – but no one knows it yet. You're in for a lot of research and marketing.Continue reading in my blog: http://www.mondhase.com/how-to-find-freelance-illustration-work-part-two/
Resources for Artists: Tutorials from Youtube 2Tutorials from YoutubePart 2There are many places you will find resources to help you with your art. From deviantART's own vast resources, tutorials, stock images provided by artists to your public library, bookstores, art sessions to name a few. YouTube is one such resource hub. From live video which explains materials and products you would need for your traditional or digital artwork, to painting demonstrations that are live to 'speedpaints', they offer various ways audio-visual medium and such a large diversity of artists help with getting help you need. You are encouraged to find more, and browse more to research, study and practice. This Resources for Artists is the 4th in the series of the article, and the 2nd chapter for the YouTube resources list. If you have any links to amazing tutorials, video demonstrations, YouTube channels that you are aware of, do share them below in the comments and they will likely appear in the next series. You are welc
How To Find Freelance Illustration Work. Part OneUnless you're already a well-known illustrator it can be tough to find work that allows you to earn a living, even with a solid portfolio and professional attitude – in this article I'm going to assume you already have those basics covered. Promoting ourselves is something we need to learn the same way we learn to draw: with a lot of trial and error attempts because no single way works for everyone. There is no clear path to become established. There are, however, a few basic approaches that everyone can rely on.There are two ways to get illustration jobs: Those that find and contact you (passive) and those that you find and contact (active).In this first part I'll talk about how potential clients can discover you.Read the full article in my blog: http://www.mondhase.com/how-to-find-freelance-illustration-work-part-one/
Terrific tutorial on lighting and colourRead this, learn, apply.... All about light direction, and more importantly, how environmental light affects colour.The link --> http://www.itchy-animation.co.uk/light.htmThere're 4 parts to itCheersSean
Advice for Aspiring Artists Pt. 1So this has been on my mind a bit lately and I was just struck with the sudden urge to write about it. It's a bit long so I've broken it in to three parts, but if you're a beginning artist I would recommend reading through it, it might just get you aimed in the right direction. This started a couple days ago when I was trolling facebook and someone had posted some artwork, and one of the comments was something along the lines of "Nice! What tutorial did you use for this?" which prompted an immediate and violent facedesk on my part. I hear things like this all the time and would like to help dispel some myths about learning art; so after 9 years of drawing and 3 years of hardcore education and study, here's what I've learned about how to get better at art:WISDOM NUMBER ONE! Getting better demands consistent, hard work. That's it. That's the magical secret that great artists never seem to get to in their tutorials; it's that one pivotal thing that makes the difference between
Color Theory 02 - Coloring a characterHey Guys! Here is another one this week, using the color palettes we created last time, lets color some characters yyyeeeaaahhhh!