Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Ranger tutorial


I've gotten quite many requests for video tutorial of how I work. Here it is. It's not one of most amazing sketches I've ever done, however it shows one of plenty techniques of speed painting creation. There are many other ways I work with my files, Ranger tutorial is just one of them.
Image took me about 3hrs, so decided to speed it up abit.



Here is the final image in half of it's original resolution.

24 comments:

Kaïro said...

Thanks for sharing!

Dominus said...

very cool technique!
thanks for sharing it

also please upload a bigger picture of the final painting pls, the actual one is way too small.

n-pigeon said...

Q.Q ... dzięęękuuuujeeeeemyyyy :)

mario ucci said...

Thank you very much man.

Nasan Hardcastle said...

Many, many thanks for the video!.

Jparked said...

too good.....Thanks for the inspiration!

Carlos Ranna said...

Great to see how you come up with those beautiful brushwork!

Emrah ELMASLI said...

Great tutorial mate! Superb to see your process. Thanks!

David said...

Really nice one. I like how you build up this drawing with photos first. It's a interesting technique to get a good color composition.

Yohann Schepacz said...

humm Strong the force is with this one. Studying these moving pictures I will. Hummm

Luke Berliner said...

WOW! thanks so much for sharing your process very inspiring!

Deevad said...

Thanks for the video :)

Kaya said...

Thanks a lot for sharing your experience!

Omen D4 said...

Brilliant! Thank you very much.

MOONCHILD said...

at last!
rock on maciej

dchan said...

Nice piece iiii liiikkeee!!! thanks for this bro!

victor David said...

GREAT! thanks for sharing!

Daxx said...

Wow this is fantastic!! Thank you for showing us:)

TheMetal said...

Thank you very much !
This video is very interesting

Tom England said...

Oh wow thats awesome, you were doing tons of stuff there i never even tried, techniques asside the fundamentals super strong, really inspirng. Thanks so much! :)

Maryam said...

the interesting thing is that since around minute 15, I thought of it as a finished piece! how do you know when to finish?

Michael said...

First of all thank you for taking the time to do this tutorial and uploading it. Question: Do you know a way of slowing down the player in order to see some of the selections or brushes you choose?

Quentin Marmier said...

Thank you very much for sharing this!
You have an amazing sens of color and comp!

Piyush said...

very cool technique!
thanks for sharing it...


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