Really astounding work! May I ask do you get all those drawing technique and skills all by self-taught? Do you think it is neccessary to attend an art institute in order to become a good digital artist?? Thank you
hey there, no absolutely not neccerssary to attend an art institute to become good at art, sure it helps and may help you improve faster but it really comes down to how eager and how much you draw and wanna improve personally. I know not everyone has the time, support and perhaps even money to constantly go to art school or institutes, I say to them that it really comes down to your personality and interests. good luck
Ya, I agree with you. It's all depends on how much one wants to draw and improve himself. So may I ask did you learn the digital drawing technique in software like ps or illustrator all by yourself? And between photoshop and illustrator, which one is more effective for digital illustration? Thank you
My my. For anyone who thought 3d was just a cheap movie marketing trick, a whole new benefit of its existence comes from this lovely drawing. This bizarre-looking steampunk-version of 3d gogglesgive off a faint glow which shines subtly off their wearer in an aura that barely competes with the bright screen lights that shine on the audience member, creating high-contrasting shadows. The bizarre and otherworldly deep sea creatures float dreamily about the scene, their figures split between blue and red in the traditional 3d-style fashion, a corruption of their image that suggests they could be unearthly beings being channelled from an unknown world beyond the stars, just out of the range of being properly pictured. The near-monochrome colour scheme of the viewer brings mind to the days of the silver screen before colour, combining with the futuristic appearance of the goggles to make this picture suggest the meeting of the old and the new, a combination of the past and future.
This excellent drawing is a true sight that evokes curiosity and wonder. Possibly its most impossible feat it accomplishes is to give me a reason to be glad 3d film exists. Masterfully done.