Part 2: Blocking in Shapes in Concept Art

Part 2: Blocking in Shapes in Concept Art

By Cliff Cramp

Learning how to create digital concept art? This beginner’s tutorial on blocking in shapes will help you get off on the right foot! You’ll be shown how Painter Master Elite Cliff Cramp uses Digital Watercolor brushes to develop the foreground, middleground, and background of rough sketches. This will help you to set the ideal composition by creating atmospheric perspective with shape blocking in your digital concept artwork. Follow along with this video tutorial to learn about:

  • Blocking in shapes with Corel Painter
  • Developing ideal landscape composition
  • Using Painter’s Digital Watercolor brushes
  • Glazing with the Construction brush for perspective

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