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My 7 steps – Lisa

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Lisa is one of my comic character.

Today, I would like to share the step by step how I draw using Corel Painter, the reason I used this magical software is, there are more closed to the traditional technique, more artistic and wonderful variety of brush variants the program offers.

Usually, I only make this 7 steps, enough, I didn’t make of tutorial or something like that, didn’t want to teach you to do this and that (in fact, I still in learning process), just want to share, if you want to draw, draw from your inner heart, that better…

Step 1:
I start out by making a rough sketch at new layer, build the simple structure. I often use simple airbrushes.
Step 2:
Then I add basic color using difference layer.
Step 3:
focusing on the relationship between light and shadows.
Step 4:
Make structure more solid.
Step 5:
I create more details using oils and digital watercolor and focusing on the relationship between light and shadows.
Step 6:
Need more details. Put the simple background.
Step 7:
Then, until, I have to force my mind to stop before I continue this forever…

My 7 steps – Guitarist

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I like playing guitar!

Today, I would like to share the step by step how I draw using Corel Painter, the reason I used this magical software is, there are more closed to the traditional technique, more artistic and wonderful variety of brush variants the program offers.

Usually, I only make this 7 steps, enough, I didn’t make of tutorial or something like that, didn’t want to teach you to do this and that (in fact, I still in learning process), just want to share, if you want to draw, draw from your inner heart, that better…

Step 1:
I start out by making a rough sketch at new layer, build the simple structure. I often use simple airbrushes.
Step 2:
Then I add basic color using difference layer.
Step 3:
focusing on the relationship between light and shadows.
Step 4:
Make structure more solid and repairing the art-line.
Step 5:
I create more details using oils and digital watercolor and focusing on the relationship between light and shadows.
Step 6:
Need more details.
Step 7:
Then, until, I have to force my mind to stop before I continue this forever… click here for Full Preview

My 7 steps – Kebaya

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A Kebaya is a traditional blouse-dress combination worn by women in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Burma, Singapore, southern Thailand. It is sometimes made from sheer material such as silk, thin cotton or semi-transparent nylon or polyester, adorned with brocade or floral pattern embroidery. Kebaya usually worn with a sarong or batik kain panjang, or other traditional woven garment such as ikat, songket with a colorful motif.

The kebaya is the national costume of Indonesia, although it is more accurately endemic to the Javanese, Sundanese and Balinese peoples. Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kebaya

Today, I would like to share the step by step how I draw using Corel Painter, the reason I used this magical software is, there are more closed to the traditional technique, more artistic and wonderful variety of brush variants the program offers.

Usually, I only make this 7 steps, enough, I didn’t make of tutorial or something like that, didn’t want to teach you to do this and that (in fact, I still in learning process), just want to share, if you want to draw, draw from your inner heart, that better…

Step 1:
I start out by making a rough sketch at new layer, build the simple structure. I often use simple airbrushes.
Step 2:
Then I add basic color using difference layer.
Step 3:
focusing on the relationship between light and shadows.
Step 4:
Make structure more solid and I put the pattern at her skirt.
Step 5:
I create more details using oils and digital watercolor and focusing on the relationship between light and shadows.
Step 6:
Need more details.
Step 7:
Then, until, I have to force my mind to stop before I continue this forever… click here for Full Preview

My 7 steps – Robot

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Try to practice mechanical subject, and I choose the famous subject, of course, robot.

Today, I would like to share the step by step how I draw using Corel Painter, the reason I used this magical software is, there are more closed to the traditional technique, more artistic and wonderful variety of brush variants the program offers.

Usually, I only make this 7 steps, enough, I didn’t make of tutorial or something like that, didn’t want to teach you to do this and that (in fact, I still in learning process), just want to share, if you want to draw, draw from your inner heart, that better…

Step 1:
I start out by making a rough sketch at new layer, build the simple structure. I often use simple airbrushes.
Step 2:
Then I add basic color using difference layer.
Step 3:
Make structure more solid and start to build the background.
Step 4:
Touch up a little bit. Create a new layers for the fire ball and stone.
Step 5:
I create more details using oils and digital watercolor and focusing on the relationship between light and shadows.
Step 6:
Need more details.
Step 7:
Then, until, I have to force my mind to stop before I continue this forever… click here for Full Preview

My 7 steps – Kerrigan Birthday Prize

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This is my favorite Star Craft character, why? I think you know why

Sarah Kerrigan, Starcraft © Blizzard Entertainment

Today, I would like to share the step by step how I draw using Corel Painter, the reason I used this magical software is, there are more closed to the traditional technique, more artistic and wonderful variety of brush variants the program offers.

Usually, I only make this 7 steps, enough, I didn’t make of tutorial or something like that, didn’t want to teach you to do this and that (in fact, I still in learning process), just want to share, if you want to draw, draw from your inner heart, that better…

Step 1:
I start out by making a rough sketch at new layer, build the simple structure. I often use simple airbrushes.
Step 2:
Then I add basic color using difference layer.
Step 3:
focusing on the relationship between light and shadows.
Step 4:
Make structure more solid and start to build the background.
Step 5:
I create more details using oils and digital watercolor.
Step 6:
Need more details.
Step 7:
Then, until, I have to force my mind to stop before I continue this forever… click here for Full Preview