Welcome to 2dartist issue 123!
In issue 123 you’ll find interviews with cartoon and game artist Joachim Leclercq, photo-manipulation artist Carlos Quevedo and traditional painter Meredith Marsone. Take a look inside the moleskin sketchbook of illustrator Oscar Llorens and be inspired by the 10 new images in the gallery.
This month we also have Massimo Porcella’s guide to speed painting a light filled scene, and an overview of how he created a magical forest. Thomas Stoop guides us through painting a sci-fi woodland and Sung Choi shows how he quickly creates a fantasy scene with perspective. Also in this issue you can see Ian Jun Wei Chiew’s process for creating a desolate harbor and Juan Novelletto continues his series on sci-fi fundamentals with a tutorial on using FX!
Author : 3DTotal.com Ltd
Format : DOWNLOAD ONLY PDF
Size : 130 MB
Pages : 142
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Vibrant cartoon illustration: Cartoon and videogame artist Joachim Leclercq discusses his bright, distinctive illustration
Symbolic photo-manipulation: Carlos Quevedo discusses the ideas behind his illustrative photo-manipulations
Interpretative oil painting: Traditional artist Meredith Marsone discusses her expressive contemporary figure painting
Surreal sketches: Freelance illustrator Oscar Llorens lets us peek inside his sketchbook
The Gallery: Emily Chen and Federico Ferrarese feature among the 10 best recent artworks
Light-filled speed painting: Massimo Porcella show us how to speed paint a light-infused sci-fi gateway
Paint a woodland-fuelled generator: Thomas Stoop’s guide to creating a sci-fi woodland scene
Using values in sci-fi art: Juan Novelletto continues his series on the fundamentals of sci-fi art
Quickly create a fantasy scene: Sung Choi shows how to quickly paint a scene testing perspective and color
Speed paint a forest: Massimo Porcella shows how he painted his fantasy forest scene
Digital Art Master: Ian Jun Wei Chiew: See how the master concept artist created a neglected seascape