FYI This is a tutorial for drawing with both digital art
and traditional art!
I created this completely in Illustrator but I made the observation while studying stock photos and doodling. Then tested the idea with traditional art sketches.
I hope this helps! I would love to hear what you have to say and see what you create!
Adobe Illustrator CS3Tools/Effects:
Wacom tablet pen, gradients and transparencies applied to some elements, type tool for text, drop shadow applied to some elements, Pattern applied to background, Pen tool used for lines.Raster elements:
no raster elements used.
Artwork and tutorial by/copyright Carrie *Crazdude
Works best when paired with:
PEAS Method to Artistic Self-improvementI came up with the PEAS method ("PEAS" stands for: Practice, Experiment, Ask for suggestions, & Study the world around you) about 5 years ago. In that time, I've seen significant changes in my own art and in the art of others! I figured that it's time to whip up a journal and share the PEAS method again.
These are the same concepts that I shared in the journal "How did you get so good at drawing?" which I posted about 5 years ago:
PEAS METHOD TO ARTISTIC SELF-IMPROVEMENT:
I my opinion and from experience, there are 4 things you can do to evolve as an artist...
:bulletgreen: Practice - it's been said time and time again that "practice ma