Beyond Earth Stephen Di Donato
“After recently finding old science fiction magazines dating back from the 1980’s, it reignited my childhood memories of my curiosity of our solar system and of limitless imagination. I began researching heavily on NASA missions and came to the realization that the late 1950’s to mid-1970’s were exciting times for new discoveries, for real photographic images of planets and for limitless possibilities. This gave me the incentive to start a personal project named Beyond Earth.”
*Reblog for a chance to win a free PHOTOSHOP DRAWING SET from Kyle T. Webster!*
I haven’t mentioned this custom Photoshop brush much, since it is included in the Drawing and Megapack sets, but I thought it was time to call some attention to it. If you enjoy drawing with a Pentel Pocket Brush (or something similar), than this baby is for you! Photoshop CS5 or higher is required.
Over 8000 artists are now using these tools, from animators at Dreamworks and Pixar, to Marvel Comics artists, editorial illustrators, and Picture Book makers.
The drawing above was done exclusively with this brush, set at 30 pixels, 300 dpi. The extreme thick to thin range of this brush and natural texture allows for the results shown. All in all, the experience of drawing with this tool is excellent.
Please reblog this for all of your digital art friends.
Thanks for all the support and please keep sending me links to the art that you are making with these brush sets.
Ukrainian digital artist Denis Gonchar. View more of Denis’ amazing work at his Behance page here.
Last Friday I was able to start work on the final stages of this at Green Door Printmaking studio. This was what I left with. It’s a little something that I’ve been working on for a few weeks and, although I’m not completely happy with the results here, it’s certainly on the right track.
Painted bomber jackets from WWII.
Work In Progress: What?
I’ve been the luckiest chap.
A few days ago the illustration supremo Kyle T. Webster posted a reblog competition (see here), offering three lucky people the chance to win a set of his marvellous Photoshop brushes. Lo and behold, one of those people only jolly well turned out to be me.
I’ve been experimenting with some of Kyles other brushes from a previous brush pack that he has compiled and I have to say, it was possibly the best $5 I’ve ever shelled out.
If you are an illustrator, artist of just doodle around in Photoshop you should really give these a try. You’ll be glad you did. And, for $10, you can get your Kyle T Webster Ultimate Photoshop brush pack here.
Just one of the amazing images from the San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives on Flickr.
(Loving the new Flickr by the way)
Milton Glaser Draws & Lectures. Filmed at Milton’s studio in 2006