A new character sheet of Carlyle! I think I’ve avoided sharing this for awhile, I’ve always been nervous to share this character and Hawk. Similar to Hawk, explaining everything about Carlyle would give away the major plot, but I want to share some of his backstory! Carlyle comes from background of pain and confusion maybe similar to some of us. Never fitting in with others during school or work,he’s always carried a chip on his shoulder. Embarrassed of his name and race, Carlyle chooses to be called “C”, he dyes his hair a goldish blonde while wearing coloured contacts. From a young age, C has been responsible for taking care of his father, not having any siblings or mother to provide him help, he had to grow up fast..In the present Carlyle is part of a undercover group, led by a man named Hawk, with their mission to uncover the truth of their world. Despite Carlyle’s cold attitude, one of the few people he can trust is Hawk. Even though they’ve only known each other for a year, Hawk’s determination and drive inspires Carlyle to change (However, sometimes Hawk gets annoyed with Carlyle makes fun of his spikes/edgy hair). I’d love to hear your thoughts of Carlyle (C), would you like to know and see more of him?
Artist boy - 🐺💙 no Art this time just a post about hitting a milestone... I’ve finished my final year project... “kinda” all the work is there and it submittable but I’m going to still work on them up till near the hand in day... who know what ideas during that time... oh I graduate in July.... pretty pumped. Thank you for the likes and the follows... keeping liking and share my sweets... I love ya 🐺💙 #artist#artistoninstagram#profile#conceptartist#thankyou#iloveyou
In Speedpainting to Concept Art, David Levy demonstrates the Adobe Photoshop® techniques that he uses to create environments for the entertainment industry. He specifically reveals the custom brush creation techniques that have been perfected by a small group of passionate artists in Montreal. From two basic brushes, David shows you how to develop your own library of custom brushes that will allow you to gain speed and efficiency during your speedpainting process. Beginning with examples such as mountains, forests and clouds, David then leads you through the creation of a concept art painting, from rough sketches to a final piece with environment, vehicles and characters. Using texture brushes, you will then learn to refine and complete the painting without losing the original dynamism and composition of the sketch. This title includes the set of brushes that are created in the lecture, as well as the layered PSD files.