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BTW, great job on this one! My name is Julian Allen and I just got hip to your work and I think your work is great!!!
You said in your post that you would like to do a time lapse video. I for one would be very interested in seeing your approach and even paying for it if you had a video. Carlos Ranna addressed your dilemma with d&v same suggestion i had which is Camtasia Studio.
It’s an awesome video recording software. I have it as well Here’s the link for you amgazine check it out Great work, Tyler as always: Was this a digital piece or traditional?
Really awesome stuff Tyler! Do you just paint in photoshop, or is d&&d a mix of photoshop and painter? Tyler, This is a pretty awesome piece.
When I first saw it, I took the two battling factions to be clerics of opposing faiths. Then I realized the subtleties Incidentally, I’m one of the authors of the article that this piece was paired with in Dragon issue”Faith and Heresy. Craig Spearing was kind enough to point me to your blog. Friday, March 4, Dragon and a little process The scene depicts the True Priests battling their corrupted brothers in the defiled holy temple.
Jon Schindehette was AD on this and as always it was a pleasure working with 3997.
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For this post I thought I would include a little process or step-by-step on how I approached this illustration, and pretty magzine how I approach all illustrations. I start with a super rough thumbnail keeping it loose. There were a few others, but I just included the one I went with.
I usually do a little value or lighting comp over these thumbnails as well, but on this project I was working a bit fast to hit the deadline and I skipped some of my usual steps. After the tight pencil I normally do a full value comp and a fairly rough color comp.
I basically lay the colors I am after over the image in Photoshop so I can see where I want to take the finish. Then, magically I paint the finish! I would like to post an actual timelaps painting magwzine video, but that will have to wait until I can figure out how to do it. Posted by Tyler Jacobson at 8: Newer Post Older Post Home.