Tag Archives: painting

Death: Metamorphosis – final revision

Animation done in Photoshop, imported to After Effects for the credits. Music composed in Milkytracker. Audio and video rendered together in Premiere Pro. Circle of life.

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robot concept

A friend of mine is working on a game thing in UDK 4 with a small group for a school project, and he asked me if I could design a knight-like steampunky mech with a furnace for a crotch. Here … Continue reading

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Painted Animation

I was experimenting with animating painted imagery by abusing Photoshop’s smudging and blurring functionality in conjunction with animation smears. I achieved these results surprisingly quickly, and I’d like to attempt a larger project with this method in the future.

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Dragon Soldier speed painting

I gave myself an hour for this. I went over by a couple minutes but all in all I think I did good.

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Digital painting practice

I was looking into achieving smoother gradients and overall more realistic colors in my digital artwork, so I began practicing by studying photographs of animals. I then applied what I learned from those sessions to try painting something from my … Continue reading

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Dragons

These are a few dragons I’ve drawn in Photoshop with a technique that involves painting the values in grayscale, then painting over those with a color layer, a la Chris Scalf. I used the second image in a project not … Continue reading

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Rocko

This was for a studio art assignment. I was to paint a cartoon character. In hindsight, I should have used black paint for the lines instead of a black sharpie.

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