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Author: Charles Reid
Video Format: VOB
Resolution: 720×576
Runtime: 1hr 6 mins 46 secs ;  1hr 14 mins
File Size: 3.05 GB + 3.38 GB
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Painting Flowers in Watercolor with Charles Reid, Part 1
In this video workshop youll begin with exercises on contour drawing designed to provide you with a way to loosen up and become familiar with your subject. Read more…

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Instructor: Justin Marshall
Runtime: 1h 5m
Level: Beginner
Software used: ZBrush 4R6
Video Format: MP4
Resolution: 1280×720
File Size: 1.81 GB
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In this series of tutorials, we will go through the process of painting textures for our models in ZBrush. ZBrush is a great tool for painting textures for our sculpted models but it works a little bit differently from other applications. Read more…

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Digital Tutors Speed Painting Environment Concepts in Photoshop

Instructor: Eddie Russell
Runtime: 2h 27m
Level: Intermediate
Software used: Photoshop CS6
Video Format: FLV
Resolution: 1280×720
File Size: 1.24 GB
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When it comes to creating concept art for environments, the process doesn’t have to be a slow methodical one. In fact, when we do something as simple as setting a time limit for ourselves, something truly magical can happen.

Not only can we free ourselves of the burden having to create the perfect finished image in one attempt but we can also amass are large number of potential options very quickly. We will also learn that if an idea just isn’t panning out, we can quickly set it aside and move on without wasting time trying to make it work. Read more…

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Digital Tutors Painting Workflows for 3D Assets in Photoshop CS6

Instructor: Eddie Russell
Runtime: 2h 10m
Level: Intermediate
Software used: Photoshop CS6 Extended
Video Format: FLV
Resolution: 1280×720
File Size: 1.07 GB
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Photoshop has long been the king when it comes to editing 2D images. In fact, many 3D artists have come to use it as their primary application for painting texture maps on their 3D assets. With the introduction of Photoshop CS6 Extended and it’s new Mercury graphics engine and enhanced 3D tools, painting textures for 3D assets in Photoshop has never been easier. Read more…

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The Gnomon Workshop - Painting Realistic Skin in Mari 2.0

Author: Justin Holt
Released: Mar 2013
Software Used: The Foundry Mari, Adobe Photoshop
Format: FLV
Resolution: 1280×720
Duration: 333 minutes
Size: 3.00 GB
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In Justin’s second texture DVD tutorial, he covers how to paint realistic female skin in the new Mari 2.0. Justin will explore various types of photographic reference as well as demonstrate relatively new techniques to painting pore displacement textures using scanned pore details. He will introduce you to Mari 2.0, the best way to transition from Mari 1.6 or 1.5 and explore the all new and exciting layer system within Mari 2.0 to ensure a 100% non-destructive workflow. To finish off the demos, Justin will show the easiest methods in which to paint convincing eyes that will breathe life and soul into your characters. Read more…

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Video Training Gnomon Workshop

Author: Wayne Barlowe
Released: 2009
Duration: 129 minutes
Format: MOV
Resolution: 853×480
Size: 2.31 GB
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This DVD offers aspiring character designers a glimpse into the thoughts and processes of leading film character designer, Wayne Barlowe. With a focus upon the centuries-old traditions of pencil drawing, Wayne discusses the various graphic mediums associated with non-digital drawing. He then takes the viewer through the step-by-step process behind executing a typical character design for feature film, addressing the mind-set behind creating original, thought-provoking designs. Read more…

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Painting a Fantasy Environment in Photoshop

Run Time: 1h 51m
Release Date: January 21, 2013
Author: Jonas De Ro
Required Software: Photoshop CS5
Video Format: FLV
Resolution: 1280×720
File Size: 801 MB
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In this Photoshop tutorial we will learn how to paint a fantasy landscape. We’ll start from a basic sketch and slowly work our way to the final painting. We’ll be looking at different techniques throughout this process on how to create depth, mood, lighting and detail. Read more…

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The Lady of Shalott

2 Volumes
Author: Artist Johnnie Liliedahl
Duration: 240 minutes
Released: June 1, 2002
Video Format: VOB (DVD)
Resolution: 720×480
File Size: DVD1: 3.68 GB, DVD2: 4.04 GB

Study Old-Master style painting by reproducing this great masterpiece, version by Johnnie Liliedahl, after the original painting by John W. Waterhouse.
This video was filmed during School of Oil Painting, where this painting was the subject of the Old Master (Venetian Method) workshop. It was filmed over a six-day period and shows every demonstration performed for the class. Read more…

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Video Training Digital Tutors

Run Time: 3h 14m
Release Date: January 28, 2013
Author: Laura Smith
Required Software: After Effects CS6
Video Format: FLV
Resolution: 1280×720
File Size: 1.21 GB
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In this series of After Effects tutorials, we will talk about the steps we take to create this watercolor painting effect project. We begin by using a simple masking technique to reveal the text and drawings that interact with our watercolor paintings. Read more…

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Video Training

Author: John Howard Sanden
Duration: 8 x 90 min. + 3 hours
Released: 1996-1999
Video Format: AVI (DVDRip)
Resolution: 720×480
File Size: 8.30 GB
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A portrait is a painting, photograph, sculpture, or other artistic representation of a person, in which the face and its expression is predominant. The intent is to display the likeness, personality, and even the mood of the person. For this reason, in photography a portrait is generally not a snapshot, but a composed image of a person in a still position. A portrait often shows a person looking directly at the painter or photographer, in order to most successfully engage the subject with the viewer. Read more…

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