ArtRage: Paint a portrait Premium class

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18 Videos (2h 12m)
    • 1 Setting up Canvas and Initial Shapes

      6:11
    • 2 Painting the Lips

      7:38
    • 3 Finishing the Lips and Begin the Overall Head Modeling

      5:40
    • 4 Creating the Eyes

      9:49
    • 5 Continuing Eye Development

      6:25
    • 6 Beginning the Other Eye

      8:18
    • 7 Adding Final Eye Details

      8:08
    • 8 Constructing Her Eyebrows

      8:36
    • 9 Painting Her Nose

      9:22
    • 10 Refining Her Lips

      5:47
    • 12 Creating Her Neck and Torso

      6:42
    • 15 Producing the Second Hair Section

      7:05
    • 11 Applying Additional Shape to Her Head and Eliminating the Outline

      7:09
    • 14 Forming the First Hair Section

      7:52
    • 13 Implementing a Background and Initial Hair Shapes

      5:56
    • 18 Finishing Our Portrait

      7:52
    • 16 Painting the Third Hair Section

      5:44
    • 17 Completing the Fourth and Last Hair Section

      7:21

About This Class

In this ArtRage tutorial, we'll create the portrait of a woman using techniques that are typical of digital painting programs. Whether you're a traditional medium artist, a character illustrator, or a beginner to portrait-painting, you'll find this course a wonderful introduction to ArtRage. We'll cover how to utilize the tracing function to create an accurate head and face, using layers to give you maximum flexibility, and the most efficient way to paint long, flowing hair. By the end of this ArtRage training, you'll be able to tackle stunning portraits of your own and master some of the more difficult aspects of digital painting. Software required: ArtRage 4.

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Victor Osaka is a popular and seasoned digital design educator and photographer. He is the co-owner of TrueLight Digital fine art and stock photography. His courses have garnered much acclaim in the art and illustration sectors of the computer graphics industry. As an adjunct professor at Santa Monica College his students have become professional architectural illustrators and model builders. A former industry professional and pioneer in 3D graphics and animation, he was the founder of the 3D Art Forum International. Currently, Victor is a beta tester, lecturer, and online educator for a number of computer art and illustration programs.