Digital Art Collaboration: Grow Your Creative Skill Set & Network Premium class
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Adding Elements and Composition11:24
About This Class
Ready to create something fresh through collaboration? Join Justin Maller – respected digital artist and founder of Depthcore – to harness collaboration’s ability to serve as a springboard for your imagination. This 45-minute class walks through the basics of working with another artist, crafting cohesive compositions, and manipulating different elements – with a series of technical tricks throughout. The assignment can be done if you’re a photographer or illustrator, and a series of assets have been provided to get you experimenting right away. Whether you’re just starting out or have been in the game for sometime, you’ll explore new ways to adapt your process to create elements with a collaboration in mind. It’s the perfect way to build your brand, audience, and portfolio.
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Really nice assignment and class. Got some nice tips and good tools to work with. Strongly recommend if you're into digital art.
While his class is a little high concept for beginners, understanding lighting and ways to incorporate illustrations into photography is a practiced skill, but he breaks it down so it's easy to understand the basics (while perfecting them might take quite a bit of time) .
Justin Maller is an Australian freelance illustrator and art director based in Brooklyn, NY. He has been creating digital art for over fifteen years, and has been a full time freelance artist for the last eight.
Justin has had the pleasure of producing illustrations and concept art for a diverse array of companies and publications worldwide, and enjoys a collaborative relationship with many brands, agencies and studios. He is also the Creative Director of The Depthcore Collective, an international modern art collective he established in June 2002. Justin recently completed a 365 day challenge producing a piece of art daily for his year long Facets project. Work aside, he enjoys hurting himself playing basketball, being bossed around by his Shiba Inu overlord and rambling incoherently on Twitter.