Learning about Color and ExposureHere's a really good video about how color relates to exposure. Some very valuable information here for professional artists.
The Key to keeping yourself motivated properly.Let me start off with telling you what motivation is and why you need it.
A motivation is a reason behind doing something a certain way to work yourself up to a certain goal. Just having a goal but no understanding of how to get there, means you have no way to motivate yourself and your goal will be hard to reach.
Therefore motivation is needed desperately in order to become truly good at something.
The motivation to eat is the feeling for hunger and the end goal of ending the hunger and feeling healthy and energized. This type of motivation is a feeling.
Which brings me to: Intrinsic motivation and Extrinsic motivation.
Intrinsic motivation: Is a drive that comes from within the person itself. It's a self-desire to seek out new things and new challenges to see how far you can reach to observe and to gain knowledge. This person can enjoy the struggle towards a goal absent the reward.
Extrinsic motivation: This is a motivatio
Patreon/ Gumroad/ Selz are ALL live!!!Hey everyone! If you've been struggling with your painting I have the goodies for you!
I'm beginning a Youtube channel featuring free lessons, as well as super informative files on Gumroad and Selz(for paypal users!)
I've also begun an Exclusive Patreon account for teaching. Check these out and give your paintings that hardcore juice injection they've been aching for!
3Simple Rules to improve your painting!
Here's another tutorial where I go over quick rendering techniques for doing concept art sketches!
It's up on Gumroad and Selz:
Did a bit of Fanart of Aaron Dembski-Bowden's Ashur-Kai from 'Talon of Horus'.
Painted him in Black Legion colours rather than with his Thousand Sons outfit.
Hopefully this will make some people happy, as I have seen the name float around on the ethernets...
David is the lead artist and head illustrator at Studio Colrouphobia, doing everything from conceptuals to full size high resolution illustrations.|
His background stems in grafitti and comic book art and at a later time university studies in conceptual art and graphic design. David has a Masters in educational sciences with specialisation in Philosophy and Theology. These are influences that can be clearly seen in his later works.
Mainly working in digital format: David’s style can be described as hyperrealism meets Rubens/Caravaggio, with a touch of modern east-asian concepts and illustration.