November 9, 2017

Hi! ❄ Thanks for watching. Please like and subscribe :)

After much doodling around one of these days, I came up with this. It was my first time painting armor/metal and I loved doing it. It's really fun to play around with the color reflections and highlights.

The background was highly inspired by Grimes music video of her song "Go". At first I was going for a medieval town setting, but after some time that music video came to mind.

I hope you enjoy! :)

November 4, 2017

Hi!! :)

I haven't posted anything in a good while! I figured I would take my time making this piece while I am still trying to learn Blender and figure out/discover what I could do to make interesting content. I've been watching some 3d tutorials and types of animation that I would really like to be able to do in the future.

But for now - on this digital timelapse I wanted to portray a semi realistic mystical looking girl who is connected to the earth and nature. I tried to achieve that with a dress made out of leaves and flowers (which now I am not entirely happy about), a background set outside and a fantasy touch with that shiny butterfly.

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October 23, 2017

Hi! I've been wanting to paint Tyrande for some months now. I frequently play Heroes of the Storm and even thought she isn't one of my favorite characters to play, she is certainly one of the most stylish. I really like this Love Goddess skin she has in game, so I chose this one for her outfit.

Hope you enjoy!

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October 19, 2017

Hi! On this digital painting timelapse I chose to paint a lonely looking female elf that is sitting in a tall tree up in the sky observing the world from the above. Yup, very specific description!

I wanted to convey a really mellow and lonely feeling that I tried to achieve with the colours and atmosphere.

I had a blast working on this one. I hope you like it!

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October 18, 2017

Hello! Today I thought I should share what I've been learning to do - how to animate in Photoshop!

On this sort of mini guide, I will be animating a crying face which is quite a simple concept. I've been watching so many cute short story animations on Youtube that have really inspired me to do something similar in the future.

But I'll start simple on this one. Step by step until I am able to do something more substantial.

For this case in particular - an expression - we have to keep a few things in mind:

1 - Think of the first and last expression (neutral face - crying face)
2 - Think of the slow motion movements between the start and finish (in betweens)
3 - Be mindful of what moves (eyebrows, cheeks, muscles... ) along with the main expression. The more you tweak those details, the more believable the animation will be.


It really helped me to sketch just the initial and final expression and then work my in betweens from there. Also, although it can sound silly, you could photograph your face for reference by making all of those micro expressions contained in one expression. Or just film it and then make it slow motion.

This quick crying face animation I did has 5 steps that I'll be explaining below.

I - Initial expression: neutral eyes/eyebrows;
II - Watery waterline by adding a very light grey shade;
III - Eyes starting to close down with some indication of tears and the inner side of the eyebrow starts to raise;
IV - Eyes starting to close down even more with actual tears on her face and eyebrow slightly raised again;
V - Final expression: tears running down on the face.

Now onto the fun part where it will all come together!

In Photoshop click Window<Timeline. A pop up window will open, so click Create Video Timeline. Here all of your layers will appear And now it's up to us to arrange them the way we want.

From left to right and from the bottom to our way up in the timeline is the order of our animation.

I think this is quite self explanatory as a way to understand how the layers should be placed. Keep in mind that the layer's duration should be the same. 

To export just click on that arrow at the bottom of the left side next to those 3 squares.

And here is the final result!

This was my first try at animating so it's quite far from perfect, haha. Over time with more practice the imperfections will be more polished.

Still, I hope you enjoyed! :)
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