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    Painter Techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by Juicey View Post
    That Robot Bride picture is awesome, I love the details and colours and the way you use light to make all the surfaces appear as though they should.

    Could you please make a tutorial for photoshop users who want to dabble in painter but get confused by the interface and tools? I see a small handful of really powerful tools in painter that photoshop just doesn't have, but whenever I try to make digital art in painter I can't fight my way past the natural media restrictions the software has. For example one of the most popular brushes in photoshop is a hard round brush with the opacity and size set to pen pressure, but I can't find an equivalent in painter's expansive natural media brushes. Perhaps I'm just not trying hard enough to get the hang of the program, but no other software frustrates me quite the way painter does.
    Hi Juicey,

    Thanks for the feedback on movies. Sounds like I might be able to build a similar brush from pens as thay are very pressure sensitive. Check out this sample:www.youtube.com/user/PJArtworks
    I guess it may be a more dense brush that you mean though. Interesting question, thanks, I will think on it further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Lofgren View Post
    Thanks for posting the close up. I absolutely love your brush style, Patrick. So soft and lush, but keen edged exactly where it needs to be. Can't wait to see more
    Thanks Eric!

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    step-by-step

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    I like Frazetta 's style. Must have been a deep influence (even in your signature of the artworks). ;-) I Would love to see the presteps in pencil scribbles of these pieces, if there are any pencil presteps. Keep on posting!
    Thanks Surus,

    Yes, Frank was a huge influence. I'll try to include some steps. You can also check out free in-depth step-by-steps samples at my online book store:www.pjartworks.com/shop/ebooks

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    Though you paint the females really beautifully, I really can not take my eyes off the men you paint. It's not that I have some latent homosexual tendencies it's rather the way you make them look really interesting and hero-like. Especially this one is truly marvellous.

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    Thanks Placeboast! I like my heros to look traditionally heroic and tough, I'm old fashioned I guess.
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    Using Photo reference in painting: sample art!

    Here's a page from my step by step ebook: 'Digital Painting Techniques', on using photo reference.
    The good thing about these digital books, from reader feedback, is you can zoom in and see detail impossible with traditional artbooks. Hadn't thought of that when making them (the books are extreme hi-res, not this jpeg preview)!
    The book is available from my online store: www.pjartworks.com or free using this month's offer on page one of this thread.

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    Return to Forever

    Here is a quick painting I did live for my Masterclass students: Corel Painter
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    I really enjoy your insights on your work, Patrick. And that last piece is very nice and fresh.

    Grave Sight Graphics: The Art of Eric Lofgren.
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    Thanks Eric, I appreciate you dropping by. Glad you like the 'live' art. It's a nice change to just start painting without a plan. Easy to fall flat on your face too!
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    Cool abstracty space painting. Reminds me of John Berkey.

    I've noticed there some strange artifacts in several of your corel paintings that look like watercolor like effects. Like the stuff just above your space ship, almost in middle, where there is a mix of green and ochre like colors. Not sure if you are getting that from you brushes or what. But it's kinda cool.

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    Thanks Jimshred!

    The effect is a result of a custom blunt chalk and a custom paper texture.
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    Hi Patrick,

    Its Kimi from the black group,

    Good to see you in the pages of IFX, I've seen some of your recent artworks and they look amazing!

    I really do miss being in your class, just the creative vibe in the room was enough for me to go home each day continue drawing/digital painting into the late hours.

    I sort of lose moral here in the graphic design industry, no one i know speaks the same language.

    I would love to opportunity to get in on some more of your classes. Even if its just for beginners.

    All the best patrick

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    Hi Kimi,
    Great to hear from you. Thanks, glad you like the new stuff. Don't loose heart there is still a great online community and things will get better when the recession ends. Here's my Artist's Facebook page if you want to keep in touch: Patrick Jones Illustrator: Fantasy and Science Fiction Art
    If you are interested in coming back to class we are putting together another masterclass in Brisbane city soon which looks like it will be getting government funding ie: very affordable. Here's a link with the person to contact: http://www.pjartworks.com/news/
    Keep in touch and good luck,
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    Death of Diana

    Death of Diana an oil painting for an upcoming online book: The Lost World
    This artwork was also nominated for both a Chesley and an Illie award this year
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    Oh wow, Patrick, that's a real beauty.

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    Thanks Eric,
    Good to hear from you again!
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    beautiful work.

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    Inspirational work! You can just get lost in the details, amazing atmosphere and use of colour. Really like some of the coloured gems!!

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    Death of Diana close up

    Traditional oils
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    Song of the Siren

    Traditional oils on canvas 4.5 feet X 3.5 feet
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    This is some great stuff. I love the original oil painting and how closely your digital work represents that work. Thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks Tom,
    Glad to hear that as it's something I strive to do.
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    Some really amazing pieces here. I love the colors you get in these pieces, they really complement the subject matter.
    These are all awesome, but the Frankenstein monster piece is especially mind blowing.

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    Song of the Siren close up

    Song of the Siren, close up of large canvas: oils

    For oil painting and digital painting technique downloads, movies and books, go to: www.pjartworks.com

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    This two last posted oil-paintings are masterpieces, Indiana "Jones" !!

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    Thanks Pierangelo!
    Indiana Jones, eh? I like it!
    Best wishes,
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    Sentinels Art: Corel Painter

    Higher res art from Sentinels.

    Want to read a great SF novel, filled with action, exotic adventure and savage violence? Well here it is, 375 pages thick and downloadable for only $5 at www.pjartworks.com

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