Battle Ork! Wargh!

Battle Ork! Wargh!

This video was inspired by the world of #warhammer40k. As a child I used to buy and paint the miniatures and grew to love the Warhammer universe. Even today, I play many of the games and still read the White Drawf magazines when I find them. This piece was designed using #clipstudiopaint and #blender. I used 25 layers in the digital image combining different blending layers along the way. Blender was used to add some wonderful effects and #wondershare added even more. I hope you enjoy the video. Please like and subscribe if you enjoyed it or even if you didn’t. 🙂 Continue reading Battle Ork! Wargh!

How I used Clip Studio Paint and Blender to create an animated video (1st YouTube Tutorial)

How I used Clip Studio Paint and Blender to create an animated video (1st YouTube Tutorial)

The tutorial has both the video screen captures from Clip Studio Paint so you can watch me draw and it on screen video capture from within Blender so that the process is more understandable. I am a little nervous when speaking publicly but this took it to a whole new level. Next time I’ll practice what I’m going to say more but the final project does sound pretty genuine which is what I was going for. Continue reading How I used Clip Studio Paint and Blender to create an animated video (1st YouTube Tutorial)

Forest Witch

Forest Witch

The design is about 40 layers most of which are corrections and refinements that I made as I went back over during the polishing stage. I just paint over areas I’m not happy with and use another layer. Don’t judge. Each to their own right? Continue reading Forest Witch

The Wood Witch YouTube Video

The Wood Witch YouTube Video

Just uploaded my next video on YouTube. It’s a combination of an illustration made using Clip Studio Paint and Blender. As an artist, it’s very important to utilize all of the tools out there…and boy are there a lot. Blender and Clip Studio Paint work very well together in that you can start a project in one application and finish it up in another. Most folks I know create grey boxes in Blender, export them, and then import them into their favorite drawing program where they create their final illustration. Continue reading The Wood Witch YouTube Video