Jinny suggested I drop a link in here that cropped up in another thread. Seemed to me it would be more useful for folk if we collected such links together in one place, which explains the title of the thread. Hope that's OK with everybody. My link is to the tutorials held on archive in the Imaginefx website, which are online versions of ones that have appeared in the physical magazine in the past. They are presented in downloadable pdf format, which is rather nice of them to do.
Hope it proves helpful. I look forward to seeing the list of links here grow . . . . .Cheers,Nick
Imaginefx TUTORIALS HERE
Done the small edit and happy to do so Jinny.
Now let's hope we get lots of links. Hello guys - up to us all now. Let's make this a great resource.
From his website, Tutorials and Articles by Mattias Snygg:
Basic CG Painting Tutorial 1
Painting Tutorial 2
Painting Light and Shadow Tutorial 3
Artist Theory - Mark Making
Artist Theory - Lost Edges
Artist Theory - Colour
Two links to very nice tutorials explaining and demonstrating Old Masters' Techniques are found at the bottom half of this post. On the PainterWorld list, today, I read a post from someone asking "...what the heck is 'underpainting'?".
My first response was as follows:
Later, I remembered some very nice free tutorials (you might enjoy also) and posted an addendum to my original post:
These free tutorials at artpapa.com show you step
by step how classical oil painting is done using the Old Masters'
Technique, and demonstrate development of the painting starting with a
sketch, then the first layer of paint also called Imprimatura:Green ApplePink Rose
these tutorials are written for traditional media, they can be adapted
for use in Corel Painter and if nothing else, give us some of the
background on the subject of underpainting and terminology such as
Imprimatura, Umber Underlayer, Dead Underlayer, and other terms.
'Fresh Meat' by Andreas Rocha
"Step by Step Tutorial: The Waiter" by Khang Le
"Heaven and Hell" by Don Seegmiller"Painting Hair Tutorial" by Don Seegmiller"Strange High House" by Don Seegmiller
"Dirty Texture" by Katherine Dinger"Painting Clouds/Smoke" by Katherine Dinger"Drawing the Human Eye" by Katherine Dinger
Here is an excellent fur tutorial by an artist called Yellow-Eyes:
And a wolf eye tutorial:
I'll edit this post with the other ones I have ^^
And you can delete that old thread now. For some reason I didn't see this thread. I'll look more carefully before posting threads.