What’s New on ArtStation Learning – 15/07/21
Looking for something new to do during your summer holidays? Read on to discover the latest courses on ArtStation Learning that will help you build your digital art skills. You can watch these and all other videos on ArtStation Learning for free until the end of 2021!
Digital Portrait Painting with Photoshop
by Dan LuVisi
Dan LuVisi provides a complete breakdown for a grey alien portrait painting made with Photoshop. He begins the course by introducing his early line art sketching and concept development, before moving into a thorough discussion of his detailed image rendering process.
30 Years of Film Design with Doug Chiang
by THU TV
Doug Chiang is an Academy Award-winning artist, author, and production designer. In this talk for THU TV, Doug provides a retrospective look at his career. Journey with him as he retraces the path that led him to Lucasfilm and Star Wars!
Eye-Catching Marketing Art for Mobile with Carsten Biernat
by THU TV
Make eye-catching marketing art that maximizes game direction potential, immediately captures player attention, and gives the marketing team the results that lead to a successful marketing campaign. Carsten Biernat‘s presentation for THU reviews how the Nordeus team created the marketing art style for Spellsouls. Learn about testing diagrams, marketing personas, market research, and more!
Possibilities of CG Anime: My Path with Shinji Aramaki
by THU TV
Join Shinji Aramaki for a career discussion and reflection on the past, present, and future of CG anime. Shinji started his career as a hand-drawn animation designer over 35 years ago. His impressive credits as a designer/director include Appleseed, Appleseed Ex Machina, Astro Boy, Fullmetal Alchemist, and more.
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