Paint Your First Photoaaronbaltz
Here is a short sample of the Paint Your First Photo course available on Udemy. The full course includes 27 English lectures, 3 hours video at a Beginner level.
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Full Course Description: In this Painter course, you’ll learn how to create portraits with tools in the software. These skills you will learn will help you to paint professionally or to build a portfolio of work to impress your potential future employer, or even as a nice hobby, why not?
Projects: After we cover the gist of Photo Art, we will then move on and work on a final project at the end of this course to bring it all together using cool Painter brushes and have lots of fun as we explore and develop our own final family portrait.
- Paint a complete portrait from any photograph
- Prepare for real world prep work and pre-visualization
- Use background selections to alter the look of paintings and photographs
- Alter clothing to create a more professional look
- Master touchups on human skin for a polished end product
Who Should Take This Course? This course is designed for anyone who enjoys digital art, from illustrators, graphic and web designers, animators and more. Whether a beginner or even an intermediate user, you will gain vast skills taking this course.
Prerequisites: There are no skill prerequisites for this course. You are expected to have access to a copy of Painter in any version, though we will be using Painter 2015 in this course, no prior Painter skills are required.
What am I going to get from this course? + Prep work in photography + Pre visualization + Wrapping techniques + Augmenting backgrounds and hidden elements + Wardrobe details + Pattern restorations + Dominating focus + Lights to reduce conflict + and more…
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