Draw With Us #5 - Portrait Painting , Part 2Hey guys! Welcome to this months installment I'm continuing on the theme of Portrait painting from last month, but this time will cover the ears (there are not enough tutorials on ears!), nose and mouth. I hope you find this useful
Nose tutorial by calleena Everything Concerning Noses by Mytherea
Tuto - THE MOUTH by Darwem0 Basic lip painting steps by Cellesria How to paint a portrait PartII by Calaymo Part 2 - Lips by gothic-icecream Painting Lips by AURORY Lip Painting Tutorial by acidlullaby The Lip by AURORY Fantasy Lips Tutorial by sanguisGelidus Study sketch + tutorial. Mouth. by Cthulhu-Great
Facial Expressions / Unique Features
Basic Expression Tutorial by Jeff-H Unique Features Tutorial: Pt 3 by jeinu Lackadaisy Expressions by tracyjb Unique Features Tutorial: Pt 2 by jeinu
And to finish I have some inspiration for you all
Femme Fatale - by DanLuVisiArt VENUS WAKES UP by AURORY Look at me by Dark-Adon Rock'n Elven Chick by lithriel
:thumb152263760: Robert Joseph Mayfield by nathie Jess Brandon Hartley by nathie Electric by Shilesque
Tink by lithriel Ceia by DeivCalviz Portrait of K.O. by VirginieCarquin The Little Mermaid by sharandula
GW2 Shan sketch by vinegar Commission - The Lady by Viccolatte :t
Draw With Us #3 - Human AnatomyHello again, guys
Welcome to this months installment. I've had a few requests for this topic, so month 3 of this segment is going to be dealing with Human Anatomy
Before I start breaking this tutorial up into body parts, I'm going to start off with a 7 part series by :iconfoervraengd: called 'Understanding Anatomy' that covers most of the basics. If you're new to anatomy like I am I recommend checking it out, it's an excellent series!
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Drawing the Base
Part 3: Torso
Draw With Us #2 - Landscapes and SceneryHello everyone!
I hope you've had a wonderful Christmas and are enjoying your holidays
Welcome to the second installment of Draw With Us! The topic I've picked this month is Scenery and Landscapes, mainly because apart from being one of my favourite topics it seems to be where Digital artists can really struggle. There have been quite a few deviations rejected from this group because even though the subject matter is done really well, the background needs a lot of work.
It seems however that I've made the mistake of underestimating just how expansive this topis really is, so to make things easier I'm going to focus on natural landscapes more rather than cityscapes and man made settings.
The first lot of tutorials that I wanted to share were a few on Perspective and Composition because they play such a large part in Landscape paintings. Some of the later tutorials have some notes about perspective, but these are exclusive to the topic;