I had a wonderful time speaking at the Barbara Hicks Geslock Women’s Forum in Fredericksburg this morning. As promised, I have uploaded my tutorials, slides, and presentation transcript to this page. You can also find it under Art > Tutorials via the header menu. Feel free to contact me with any questions, or to inquire about booking me for your own forum or event.
Just uploaded four new illustrations. Well, ok, three illustrations and one that was just a fun costume design. Click to view larger. These have also been added to the Illustrations Gallery. I turned the costume doodle into a new header, because I quite like the colors… and wind makes everything more epic. I also upload a new tutorial on using Photoshop adjustment layers.
I mentioned these to someone online earlier today, and I thought they might be things not a lot of people know, so I thought I’d post them here to share. Here are some ways to help you get the proper proportions when drawing human figures: —>People are almost always between 6-8 head-lengths tall. That is, however big their head is, repeat that size 6 or 7 more times down their body to get their height. —>If you divide your figure up into head-lengths, the waist should usually fall at the line between the 3rd and 4th head-length. —>When the person more »