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Monday, April 4, 2011


Just want to let everyone know that we have moved to a new domain. Now I can provide you with the same quality tutorials and get better search engine ranking so that more of you can find us.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Making of Corey Loving Hulk by Corey Loving

Check out this cool comic book page of Hulk.
"First of all I just want to thank CGArena for recognizes us as an artist and giving us a chance/place to post work and creating an excellent resource for us to use. I hope you enjoy this walkthrough for one of Marvel’s most known characters, the incredible Hulk. My name is Corey Loving; let’s begin..."
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Concept Art Tutorial: Sci-fi Environment Concept by Bjorn Wirtz

After being absent for a while, I've came back with a new concept art tutorial that I've found online.
It's a Sci-Fi Environment created by Bjorn Wirtz. Enjoy.  "1. Using the example of this ScfiFi Environment Concept I am gonna tell you a bit of how i approach and finalize a painting. There are several pretty different ways of how i begin with an image. The starting point can be a loose pencil sketch, a colour scheme i‘d like to experiment with, a definite image i already have in mind or just the simple testing of a new brush i‘ve created. I‘ve made the experience that oftentimes it leads to very interesting and unusual paintings when you just start out with no idea in mind, just laying down some colours, playing with shapes and putting down some spontaneous brushstrokes. After some while you start to see things in the abstract forms you‘ve created and suddenly the whole image starts to evolve in your mind. With this painting here the starting point was indeed just some quick abstract sketching with a new brush i was testing. Playing with huge shapes and a dramatic lighting i‘ve finally created some huge abstract architecture. I‘ve called this quick sketch finished then and i had no intention to develop it further at this point..."
Bjorn W.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Monday, January 17, 2011

Concept Art Tutorial: Changing canvas size in Photoshop-Concept Art Tutorial

Concept Art tutorial: Today we are going back to basics. I've been asked about this subject and I think it's very important to cover this topic of changing canvas size in Photoshop. For instance, if you have a slower pc, you can start off with your drawings at a lower resolution and only increase it once you are ready to work on details. Hope you like it.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Concept Art Tutorial: Bunch of drawing tutorials

Concept Art tutorial: Here is a page with bunch of drawing tutorials. I've posted a few on my blog as well.

Concept Art Tutorial-How to draw weapons-

Concept Art tutorial: Learn to draw weapons for your comics, video game characters. In case you want one of the coolest tutorials on weaponry, I suggest you get Massive Black. Inc's El Coro dvd on how to design weapons. It's about $10 to download last time I checked.

Concept Art Tutorial-How to draw vehicles-drawing tutorials

Concept Art tutorial: Interested in learning how to draw vehicles? Check this out.

Concept Art Tutorial-Anatomy & Proportions-drawing tutorials

Concept Art tutorial: Check out one full page of various anatomy & proportions drawing tutorials. Hope it helps :)

Concept Art Tutorial-Digital Coloring of Electra & Daredevil

Concept Art: Here is a fun tutorial on how to digitally color Electra and Daredevil. Here is also a full page of various digital coloring for comics tutorials.

Concept Art Tutorial-Digital Inking in Photoshop

Concept Art tutorial: Now you can learn how to digitally ink your comics a professional way.

Concept Art Tutorial-Figure Foreshortening by idrawdigital

Concept Art tutorial: Here is one nice tutorial on the subject of foreshortening. This subject is very important to master in order to correctly convey the space in a drawing.

Welcome to Concept Art Masters Blog

Welcome to Concept Art Masters.
This blog has been created to help out anyone looking for killer concept art tutorials. This place is a collection of over 100 free tutorials designed by professionals who know their stuff. What this means to you? It means that you will be able to maximize your skill level in a shorter period of time without worrying if these concept art tutorials are of any quality. Why pay so much for expensive art schools when you can get almost the same results for free.