Category Archives: study
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Watercolor painting sketchbook – volume 1
I havn’t worked on traditional media for a while now so I decided to give it a shot with a new sketchbook. Sketches inspired by a cats’ toy…
My latest discovery…
Well, we all have those weak moments on cybermonday don’t we?…
I’ve ordered this gem and i absolutely love it!
…no wait, here we go!
…Huion for the win!
Tooltip – EscapeMotion’s Rebelle
this post is dedicated to the latest tool I’ll be adding to my personal tool arsenal:
This marvelous little program is just brilliant and it has the potential to quickly become a must-have tool for any digital painter with a traditional backround. Why? Rebelle is simply unrivaled when it comes to watercolor simulation. Over the last 5 years I’ve been beta testing many tools like moxi, expressii and others, and none of them matches Rebelle’s quality and ease of use. Furthermore its’ stabilty and price make buying this piece of software a no-brainer. Without hesitation I’d love to recommend getting Rebelle, which really takes traditional painting simulation to a whole new level. Make sure you check out their demo and support the authors of this incredible application.
study 14 – stormdoodle
study 13 – ambience
study 12 – cinematic lighting
study 11 – 60sec / 6min
20 minutes, 20 gesture scribbles
…aproximately 6 minutes each…
I was about to start with 30 second gestures but from my experience I’m too slow for that so I started with 20 x 60sec poses. After that I started three 6 minute gestures. I wish the three last ones were 60 second sketches. Seems possible to me…
By the way, the reference images come from quickposes.com. Make sure you check it out! I even contributed a donation to their upcoming app which I’m really looking forward to.