Skillshare Saturdays: Adobe Photoshop CC by Daniel Scott
Maybe this is the start of something useful? 🙂 I’ve been trying to put my Skillshare subscription to good use- aka actually watching and implementing techniques from all the classes I have bookmarked. So if Skillshare Saturday (sharing classes I have found particularly useful) is something you are into please let me know! The class I want to share today is- Adobe Photoshop CC by Daniel Scott. (https://skl.sh/2RrnIsD– using this link will also give you 2 free months of Skillshare (and me a referral bonus-thanx!) if you don’t already have an account and/ if you want to buy the course outright it’s also available at Udemy here ) So about…
Stumbled across this great site full of scenes from movies. A lot of these make for great reference as well as studies. Check it out at- Cinematic Paintings.com
Originally there were some cookies planned but well- that got ‘eaten’ 😉 I do have some other cute icons to add to your bullet journal/etc. I’ve updated my Gumroad page (https://gum.co/pixelsnplay) with the Christmas-y holiday goodies. Happy holidays!
Bullet Journal Updates Coming Soon!
A little while ago I made a Skillshare class on digital bullet journaling on the iPad. (https://skl.sh/2NUrzbB) For the class I created a bunch of stuff to help with keeping a journal and adding some color and personality to it with icons and assets. I’ve created some holiday items and will soon update both the class and Gumroad. If there’s interest I may even throw in some cookies and milk!
How I discovered my love for cinematography-Efflam Mercier
There was another great Blender Guru interview (Youtube ) this time with Efflam Mercier about cinematography and other things. He touched on something that I’ve been thinking a lot about recently. That being how much films (well done films) can teach artists. I was thinking about it mainly from the point of telling a story in graphic form- movement, camera/viewpoint placement, etc. but also lighting. Efflam points out some of his favorite books and films that handle those topics and more well. I’ve only seen Hero on his list and I remember being blown away by how beautiful it was. I don’t remember much of the story but I remember…
Victoria Maderna’s Gouache Tutorial
There is an excellent new gouache tutorial up over at Muddy Colors. Be sure to check it out [ here ].