In this series, leading digital artist April Eriksson shows you how to lay down areas of local color in preparation for your car caricature painting of a 1967 Mustang.
April will explain what local color values are and why they’re so important as a basis for rendering. She’ll be showing you a range of Photoshop techniques used by professional digital artists to create awesome effects and a realistic finish.
If you’ve ever struggled with adding depth to your color layers, this series will teach you everything you need to know. After watching these videos, you’ll be fully equipped to create color layers for a vehicle concept design or anything else you can imagine!
What You Will Learn
At the end of this series, you’ll have a better understanding of local color values and why they can make all the difference to your artwork.
Creating a good base of depth and form is just as important as adding smooth renders and April will guide you through each step so
you’re ready to head out on the highway!
So, jump into the driver’s seat and set your Satnav
co-ordinates for creativity.
After finishing this series, you’ll be ready to move on to
the next stage, where April will show you how she
creates realistic renders and epic chrome effects
in her paintings.
Vehicle concept designers and good colorists are highly
sought-after in the creative industry – now you can step
on the gas for your own artistic career!
|Car Caricature Color | 01 | Adding Local Color Values||Advanced||0:09:39||08-12-2012|
|Car Caricature Color | 02 | Adding Lighter Tonal Values||Advanced||0:09:22||08-12-2012|
|Car Caricature Color | 03 | Revved up for Rendering||Advanced||0:07:40||08-12-2012|
|Car Caricature Color | 04 | The Key to Color Rendering||Advanced||0:08:54||08-12-2012|
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