Interstellar Space Art Using Clip Studio Paint
I created Interstellar Space Art using Clip Studio Paint. This post is brought to you courtesy of me, Jeffrey, from Jeffrey Hunt Art. A lost probe lands on a cold moon somewhere on the other side of space. What kind of information will it collect? What will that information mean to the world when it is finally recovered?
The Process – Using Values
During the process of creating the painting using Clip Studio Paint, I focused mainly on using values. I started the painting using four different gray selections to create depth and prepare for coloring. I wanted there to be a defined terminator. The terminator is the separation between light and dark. In most of my paintings, this is more subtle. My goal was to make something that would pop to the eye. I completed the painting in approximately three hours. I am painting faster these days because my subject matter is simplistic but a more complicated painting with a lot more detail would probably still take me six hours to complete.
Integrating Filmora 12
I integrate Filmora 12 to build my videos. There are a lot of great features which complement my art style. I was able to really make the light source on the left jump out. I have other painting instructional posts and videos that you can see below if you’re not familiar with my workflow.