Illustrate a Custom Mandala Design in Adobe Photoshop with Your Graphics Tablet
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Welcome to the Class!2:35
Setting Up Your Template File7:39
Sketching Your Mandala Concept Part 111:12
Sketching Your Mandala Concept: Part 28:42
Sketching Your Mandala Concept: Part 25:41
Outline Your Sketch: Part 19:07
Outline Your Sketch: Part 29:37
Duplicate & Rotate7:36
Filling In Base Color7:28
Add Shading, Color Gradients & Highlights: Part 115:46
Add Shading, Color Gradients & Highlights: Part 28:23
Add Shading, Color Gradients & Highlights: Part 35:33
About This Class
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Here at the Pale Horse studio, I can’t stop drawing aliens, mythical creatures, ancient civilizations, sacred geometry, luchadores and religious icons. Along with my personal gallery work, T-shirt line and print releases, the graphics I've produced for clients like NIKE, WWE, Mini Cooper, DC Comics and Hasbro are developed through a process of intricate line work and shading in Photoshop - a process Pale Horse has become best known for - which I'll teach you in this class.
What You'll Learn
You'll learn how to create intricately designed graphics using no more than a basic graphics tablet and Adobe Photoshop. We'll cover:
- Sketching. How to develop your rough concept digitally
- Line Work. How to execute tight line work in Photoshop
- Layering. How to use layers to create clean and versatile art files in Photoshop
- Shading. How to shade and color your work in Photoshop
I'll also cover tips and tricks for specific brush settings you'll find useful for this class and any other Photoshop projects you embark on.
What You'll Do
You'll be able to apply these skills immediately to a piece of artwork of your own by creating a mandala - a basic and beautiful geometric pattern which you can make as intricate and colorful as you please.
For almost a decade, Chris Parks (AKA Pale Horse) has created illustrative T-shirt graphics for his own line, as well as a wide range of clients including: WWE, NIKE, Hasbro, FX, Blizzard Entertainment, DC Comics, Hart & Huntington, Steadfast Brand, Secret Artist, Iron Fist, Deftones, Design By Humans, Shirts & Destroy, TeeFury, Fright Rags and many others.