1. Here’s my first video tutorial I’ve done couple of months ago for my Patreon supporters!
    You can support me too for high-res files, video processes, PSDs, brushes I use in this video, tutorials and more here:


    Beach Fossils - Daydream
    Breton - Interference
    Pompeya - To The Orient
    Neils Children - Warm Wave
    Yppah - Never Mess With Sunday
    Bloc Party - Flux
    Bombay Bicycle Club - Magnet
    Delphic - This Momentary
    Monomen - Drum of Glass
    The Killers - Smile Like You Mean It
    The Dead Weather - Will There Be Enough Water?

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  2. Process video of my latest sketch: http://blog.loish.net/post/52617905071/saw-this-post-on-my-tumblr-feed-the-other-day . thought people might be interested in seeing how i work nowadays!

    Link to where I found the reference image:

    Brushes I used:
    For the majority of the illustration, I use a brush by AlectorFencer on Deviantart, which you can download here - http://alectorfencer.deviantart.com/art/Texture-Brushes-189266825 (it is the fourth brush from the top). At a certain point I use a large, soft brush with 1% flow and 76% opacity; this is just a standard photoshop brush which I used to add some soft color accents.

    Approach to layers:
    When starting out, I have the sketch and rough colors on separate layers. At some point I group these, duplicate the group, and merge it so that I can paint on one layer. I keep the original non-merged group of layers as a backup; I do the same by occasionally duplicating the layer that I'm painting on and working on top of the new one so that I can always go back to the old one if things aren't working out.

    Useful shortcuts I used:
    Alt+click - for activating the eyedropper tool while painting.
    Right click - for modifying brush and brush size while painting.

    Useful tools I used:
    Hue/saturation, color balance, and levels - to tweak the colors and brightness from time to time.
    Selective color and Replace color - for modifying specific ranges of color (such as only the reds).
    Liquify - to modify the shape of the drawing.
    Feathered lasso tool - to tweak the colors of specific parts of the drawing.
    Chromatic abberation (which you can find under the 'custom' tab in the Lens Correction filter) - to add red/blue edges to the drawing.
    Unsharp mask - to sharpen the brush strokes at the very end of the process.
    Gradients + layer modes - by applying colorful gradients on separate layers and playing around with the blending mode, you can add some interesting colors to the drawing (something I do at the way end with the blue circular gradients by putting them on 'soft light').

    More info about my art and process:

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  3. In this video I talk about the workflow to get a digital painting based on a Sketchup render back into the software for camera projecting. I also talk about the modelling/painting part.

    These are some of the links I mention in the video:




    and some extra helpful links:

    Photo match - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhzpqf7fywM
    Photoshop blending modes - http://www.northlite.net/ps/blend.htm

    I might do another video only about Photoshop techniques

    Feedback is appreciated.

    Thanks for watching!

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  4. Camera projection / digital painting demo reel with small making-of.

    In the past weeks we created few location shots using camera projection and digital painting. This technique is perfect for wide establishing shots as well as for digital matte paintings.

    Digital Painting: Marcin Panasiuk (1,2,4,5) Piotr Jabłoński (3)
    Camera Projection and Compositing: Tomasz Wyszołmirski
    Additional modeling: Kacper Citko.
    Cloth simulation: Monika Olizarowicz.


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  5. Robot spider walk test

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