Below are the first two parts of this tutorial series:
This is the final product of these methods:
Artwork and tutorial pictured above ©MylaFox
Created in Adobe Photoshop CS6 with a medium Turcom Tablet.
You may repost, but please don't alter, sell or claim ownership.
Keep up the good work!
Hopefully they will be able to help out a bit!
Wow, I never even THOUGHT of painting the earth that way! You're a genius, Myla!
I'm definitely gonna use these tutorials in the future. cx It's great to see the secrets on how you create your lovely art. c:
This is really helpful! Not just for me, but for a lot of users as well. I hope to see more great tutorials from you. ^w^
I'll probably make more tutorials in the future that cover different types of scenes... It would also be nice to make some general digital painting tutorials that explain a bit of color theory and blending.
Thanks for the nice comment!
I guess that's how all artists find their way. cx They tumble around until they find something that satisfies them.
Awesome! I would love to see those! Especially the color theory one. It sounds really interesting. Also, if you don't mind, could I make a suggestion? c:
I don't know if you've covered this already, but I'd really like to see how you would paint fire scenes. Y'know, like lava or just fire in general. I might have to scope out your gallery a little more to see if you've already done something like that. cx
You're welcome! You totally deserve it. c;
I love your suggestion. Actually, my space tutorial series was my first tutorial series ever, but it would be cool to make a flame one. This tutorial would likely cover magical wisps and auras too, since the technique is very similar. I'll definitely think about it!
Again, thanks for sharing.
You're very welcome!
I find your comment offensive and irrelevant.
Well over half of my gallery was painted using Sai and a 50 dollar tablet. Better tools can be nicer, but they don't make a better artist. I've earned what I have now as gifts from family that wish me to pursue my career further. Please think before you post.
Really, I didn't mean it. I looked at the website to buy photoshop and the prices blew me away. It's just that I come from a family that isn't so lavish. Right now, I'm using a ten year-old computer that still runs Windows XP. Any SAI I've used has been the free downloadable version. (Which I've lost) For me, I'm not getting a tablet until I'm an adult and making my own money.
Yet, you probably are an adult, thus you can have stuff like that.
Again, I'm truly sorry, I did not intend to offend you in any way. Your art actually is very nice. They have a very nice glow affect to them. (Especially your Sonic art.....)
I will apologize as well for being quick to jump to conclusions.
I'll learn not to be so quick to comment, as you're right, those tutorials must have taken forever.
Yeah, I don't necessarily prioritize in digital, though I do know what you mean by art supplies costing a lot. But that's why I like to do clay. One can buy a good amount of scultpey clay for not too much, and it lasts a long time. Then all I need is a single paintbrush with acrylic paint in primary colors, (I mix all my paints to make a variety of colors!) and voila! I have a wonderful figurine!
By the way, one of my favs of yours is 'Before the Fall' It's sooooooooooooo awesome! I believe I already faved it...what?!?!!? No I didn't! I'll do that now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So long as you are able to balance your priorities, you can get the things you really want or need down the road. If art is something you wish to pursue, then the tablet and software won't be difficult to afford. I dropped traditional stuff when I moved to digital, because I found that traditional supplies ended up costing much more by the end of the year. I will be using this very same equipment for many years to come, with no waste to the environment.
I'm also happy to hear that you enjoy my artwork. I put my heart into it, and my desire is to grow and improve along the way. c:
BTW, how are you? I posted this comment in January and I went on hiatus until now, so I haven't commented on your stuff //hides
I'm sorry, I will comment on everything as soon as I can!
I'm doing good, thanks for asking. Pretty much the busiest I've ever been for the past couple of months. Packing my belongings and downsizing for a more comfortable move later this summer. I have greater opportunities out west, and just plain love the weather. Before the move, I've just signed myself into a demanding job, but it willl only last until July. I've got prepping to do, but the experience will be invaluable. I also have some owed artwork to get out of the way before taking on this paid job.
As you can probably tell, I've been keeping myself quite busy! I will get through it and will have more time to post my recent work once the contract is up.
I understand the absence, it happens! No worries. Absolutely no pressure to comment, though I am glad to hear from you again and know that you're okay.
It shall! It will be fun to try!
Ahhh, really? Hopefully you will enjoy your new place! Oh, that job should be ending soon! Good luck on the artwork! Knowing you, you will do an amazing job on it!
Yes, I can tell! I'm hope your doing well at this time once you get this.
Thank you so much Miss Selena! I appreciate that a lot! I will try to comment as soon as I can!