Speed Painting: V3 (Download Only)
Speed Painting: V3 (Download Only)
The third eBook in the Speed Painting series covers another array of professional artist offering their interpretation of a provided topic. Spanning over 70 pages, the tutorials follow a work practice echoed by many concept artists today and we gain a valuable and insightful look into their techniques and thought processes along the way.
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This downloadable PDF eBook can be followed in most 2D software packages that support paintbrushes and layers. The book is divided into eight chapters, each with two very different and contrasting tutorials inspired by a single title, and are accompanied by an account of the key stages involved alongside a visual record of the painting process.
In the third volume of this eBook series, you can find out how artists including Eduardo Peña, Levente Peterffy, Justin Albers, Richard Tilbury, Emrah Elmasli, Jesse van Dijk and Ehsan Dabbaghi tackle subjects such as "As night fell, the darkness came alive”, "Overloading core in futuristic power plant” and "The machine was their only means of escape…”
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Format: DOWNLOAD ONLY PDF Size: 61.8 MB
Contents and contributors
Chapter 1 - Overloading core in futuristic power plant
Eduardo Peña and Richard Tilbury
Chapter 2 - The surgeons were shocked and repulsed when they saw the parasitic creature
Levente Peterffy and Richard Tilbury
Chapter 3 - Fear engulfed them as they realised they were about to die!
Eduardo Peña and Emrah Elmasli
Chapter 4 - The machine was their only means of escape…
Emrah Elmasli and Justin Albers
Chapter 5 - The approaching swarm appeared biblical in scale and straight from a nightmare
Justin Albers and Richard Tilbury
Chapter 6 - The size of the task ahead was extremely daunting
Richard Tilbury and Justin Albers
Chapter 7 - They looked through the window and what they saw took their breath away
Levente Peterffy and Jesse van Dijk
Chapter 8 - As night fell, the darkness came alive
Ehsan Dabbaghi and Emrah Elmasli
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