Rim light and perspective for digital painting

Rim light and perspective for digital painting, Art Critique session 02. Art Paintover session 02 rim light and perspective
This is an experimental art critique that I am trying to do since I have over 100K subscriber on Youtube. Thank you everyone for support and encouragement, also those who cursed at me on Youtube. It’s been over six years since I started the how to draw and paint blog, idrawgirls.com then now TheArtClasses.com
It was back in 2007 when I start blogging and it was n’t meant to be a “how to” blog. But it ends up great somehow.

So I started a new art community or forum at artistsarena.org
For artists to post their art and get feedback, you can even communicate face to face on Google Hangout. How cool is that. Thanks Google.

rim light painting digital tutorial Rim light and perspective for digital painting

rim light painting digital tutorial

Art Paintover session 02 rim light and perspective

More drawing tutorial you might like
-Scarlet Witch drawing tutorial part 1
-How to draw Captain America action pose
-How to paint Thor

PinExt Rim light and perspective for digital paintingtumblr Rim light and perspective for digital painting

About Xia Taptara

Xia Taptara (黃曉聲 Huang XiaoShēng), currently a freelance concept artist for games and films, formerly a character concept artist for ArenaNet/NCsoft (GuildWars & Guildwars 2). I also work on various projects for Game of Thrones, Square-Enix, Paizo Publishing, Fantasy Fight Games, Disney Interactive, and many publishers & clients. I use Wacom Tablet Intuos and Photoshop CS2,3,4,5 to do most of my professional art work. I use pencil, pen, and traditional medium in my free time. I founded IdrawGirls.com (TheArtClasses.com) in 2007 to motivate myself to create more and better art. Also I get to draw and paint whatever the hell I want to. Hopefully I can inspired some young soul and old soul alike. *QUESTIONS & COMMENT: PLEASE POST THEM ON THE BLOG. Or CONTACT ME via idrawgirls Facebook page. DO NOT E-MAIL ME. Thank you. ;-)
This entry was posted in Tips and techniques and tagged Critique, Paintover. Bookmark the permalink.