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Wu tells us about his love for Medieval art and shows us some of his fantastic work.
Amongst providing you with a vast insight into the latest in the industry these 90 page magazines are released each month, meaning you have immediate access to the latest and greatest in the world of CG and digital art. Gaunt by Charlie Bowater Making Of: The mamalarang is a witch who uses bugs to torture and cast spells on her unsuspecting prey, and in this issue Simon Dominic Brewer and Andrei Pervukhin show us how they interpreted this brief to create their own gruesome paintings.
Jeremy talks us through creating a droid concept for a game from the 2daetist first phase of creating and refining thumbnail sketches, through to developing your chosen design and creating technical drawings for a 3D artist. Many artists working in the film and video game industries tell us about the importance of not only working quickly, but having the ability to adjust scenes and create variations at the drop of the hat.
Luky shares her top tips for taking your sketches magazzine the next level The gallery: Matte painting is a really difficult yet Piotrek 2eartist it look easy in this amazing series. This issue is not all about characters though. What’s in this month Every jam packed magazine will provide you with the perfect platform from which to improve your 2D skills, learn from the professionals and get inspiration for your next project. The Six Realms – Chapter 4: Tuomas Korpi continues our Six Realms series, as he takes us through his 2dartisg process and shows us how he designed his fantasy desert realm.
Serge Birault blows us away yet again in this issue by showing us how he designed and painted his outstanding Heavy Metal Pin- Up girl. What’s in this month You might have thought we would have prepared 2ddartist issue full of Easter bunnies, little chicks and all the other cheesy things that come out this time of year. To find out more about what our subscription offer, please click here.
Herman Ng The Gallery: Kamil Murzyn shares tips and tricks for digitally painting creature concepts Design narrative compositions: Editorial Hello and welcome to the October issue of 2DArtist magazine!
Dreamscape – Chapter 2: Editorial Welcome to the April issue of 2DArtist magazine! I am still getting used to the all digital format. We brought you three awesome new tutorial series in the last issue; get ready for round two as we deliver the second installments. In this issue 2DArtist new comer Chase Toole continues the series for us by painting a scene containing some cool Maori warriors. Our 12 Month subscription gives you the biggest saving on the magazines as well as a free gift and a host of other benefits.
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She spent time travelling and exploring different roles 2dartiet the arts industry before taking an English Literature MA. John Park takes on the role of demonstrating how he created his tripod-mounted weapons, from the concept and design stage, through to painting techniques.
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Painting Creatures from Mythology – Chapter 4: Ivan Kashubo The Gallery: You’ll have both low and high resolution options, so if you are reading on a smaller device 2dartizt less storage space, you can easily carry your issue on the move; alternatively if you want to really zoom in on those details to see how the artist did it, download the high resolution version. Next up is chapter two in our weapon design series, where our artists will be showing us how to create weapon concepts for different situations and environments, as if they were doing it for the games industry.
Character Portrayal – Chapter 1: