Webinar: Sculpting and Painting Marvel’s Spider Gwen

Webinar: Sculpting and Painting Marvel’s Spider Gwen

By Mike Thompson

Painter Master Mike Thompson is a professional illustrator best known for his portraits of entertainers and celebrities, who has built a name for himself in the world of art. Over the past decade, his artwork has been featured on magazines, videogame covers, movie posters and toy packaging. Some of the clients Mike has worked with include: Marvel, Hasbro, Warner Bros, Dimension Films, and Cartoon Network.

Join Mike for an unforgettable webinar that will teach you his favorite tools for painting over a ZBrush model in Painter. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Block in a background for your model
  • Auto-Paint to lay down initial strokes (Yes really!)
  • Hand paint seams, wrinkles and hard surface cut lines

Tools Mike uses: Oil Pastel, Scratchboard, Colored Pencils, Just Add Water Blender

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