A step-by-step tutorial on how Chris Hilbig painted his Van Gogh spoof, Little Van Gogh using acrylics. Continue reading Tutorial: Painting A Little Van Gogh
This tutorial is the invaluable lesson of ripping scanned lineart to its own layer in Adobe PhotoShop. Continue reading How to Separate Line Art in PhotoShop
The latest release of Inkscape (version 0.92.3) brought aboard the much anticipated Create And Edit Meshes Tool (C&EM). It allows Inkscape users … Continue reading Inkscape Experiments: Mesh Gradients
In this edition of Yes. You Too Can Draw!, I plan to cover a topic that can fascinate many newbies. Many of you will eventually draw some type of urban landscape, a.k.a. a scene usually involving buildings. Many buildings feature staircases cases and ramps. After this chapter, you’ll no longer have to fake drawing a ramp or a flight of stairs.
Adobe Illustrator CC is still stuck in 2015, but hey, it’s in its third release! (There aren’t any strange date issues … Continue reading Adobe Illustrator CC 2015.3 Update Review
This lesson is a continuation of Chapter 13. If you haven’t read Chapter 13, then I highly recommend that you … Continue reading Yes, You Too Can Draw! – Ch 13a — Cheat At Perspective With Blender 3D
In this edition of the AI Workshop we’ll learn all about how to create an ugly Christmas sweater. This Christmas (2015), they’ve … Continue reading AI Workshop: Create An Ugly Christmas Sweater
I never thought I’d ever write another article covering WordPress. For the most part WordPress is just about idiot-proof. The only way that you could possibly screw it up is by tinkering with its insides. The hardest part about WordPress is coming up with content.
What I’m about to reveal to you will either seem really obvious or a possible game-changer. (Depending on how willing you are.) So far most of you have been taking baby-steps via pencil and paper. But this time, what I plan to suggest may seem like a huge leap. Continue reading “Yes, You Too Can Draw! – Ch 13 — How To Cheat At Perspective In 3D”
On January 30, 2015, Inkscape Version 0.91 was released to the world. That means new and updated features, plus an updated crash course. Much like the previous version of A Crash Course In Inkscape (version 0.48), this 0.91 version is geared to get you up and creating vector art with this free, open-source program. That means you’ll learn the basics and some other useful techniques in Inkscape.