Celsys’ graphics program for comics, illustration and animation hits its highest user base ever in July.
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MobileStudio Pro 16, promoted this month at Adobe MAX 2019, highlights its seamless integration with Adobe Fresco painting and drawing app.
OLM’s 2017 Malaysian studio expansion provides a new pool of talented artists they can quickly and efficiently train on the digital paint tools used to produce their signature hand-drawn anime look.
Celsys’ all-in-one paint tool provides intuitive, customizable features that help transfer an artist’s touch to their graphic design, manga/comics, animation or other digital art.
September 29 event merges Professional Development Day talks and Career Fair activities with new interactive components for an all-out art fun-day at OIAF 2018.
Menu bar application for macOS makes it easy for illustrators, designers and digital artists to configure and smooth out their graphic tablet, pen, mouse or other input.
New 24 and 32-inch Cintiq Pros will join the previously introduced 13 and 16-inch models to form a comprehensive range of sizes for every need.
New paint software from Escape Motions gives watercolor and acrylic brushes an unprecedented realistic look and delivers an exceptionally traditional feel to digital painting.
Do degree art schools teach you how to accurately draw the illusion of a form in space? And do we care?
Category: Live Online Instructed Course
Start Date: September 28th
Time: Sundays, 6pm-9pm (PST)
Duration: 8 Weeks
This class caters to those who are new to or at an intermediate level in terms of design knowledge when it comes to characters. We will be producing 3 characters (and their 3 variants) that fit together in the same world based off of classic archetypes. There will be a significant amount of freedom but the instructor will act as an Art Director to help make your work coherent and imaginative. This class is structured in a way that helps you have 3 or more portfolio worthy images showing competent character design. Prerequisites: Significant understanding of human anatomy, some level of knowledge of animal anatomy, and a decent foundation in the fundamentals of drawings/painting.
Enjoy this summer learning, developing and keeping your skills sharp with our tremendous list of skilled professional instructors! With years of experience under their belt teaching and working in the art industry, you will find they will help you achieve your goal. All our classes are designed to encourage beginning, intermediate, advanced and professional artists in a friendly intimate learning environment. All studios come with natural light beaming from the rooftop, horses, easels and unlimited coffee in our break-room. We encourage you to take a look at our convenient schedule of classes that include 4, 6, 8 and 10-weeks classes. In addition, we are also excited to bring you top visiting artists for the summer and fall.
Fall Applications for Full-time Programs
Fall is just around the corner and we encourage all students to start the application process now. We only accept a small number of students each year and have limited spots for each of our programs. In addition, for those who are international students or qualify for veterans benefits, you will need extra time to process your required documents. This can take over 2 months depending on your situation. Please feel free to reach out to our Director of Admissions (link sends e-mail) for any questions or help with the admissions process. For more information about our programs, please click on the following links:
FORCE Animal Drawing Workshop June 1st,Saturday, 10am-4pm LA ZOO Tuition: $100 Supplies: Smooth paper preferably not smaller than 11x17 and soft lead pencils. Mike Mattesi, author of FORCE Animal Drawing, will return to LA after 6 years for an eventful weekend.. One of his favorite locations to draw and share his knowledge about FORCE is the LA Zoo. Join him June 1st, 10am at the front gate to the LA Zoo so he can share with you how to see, understand and draw the residents within through the concept of FORCE!
Joe Kubert, a titan among comic-book artists whose work stretched from the Golden Age of the superhero to the gritty realism of the graphic novel, died on Sunday in Morristown, N.J.
Learning animation on your own is very doable. This third of the four part series on the tools of the trade looks at vector based softwares for animation.
Learning the basics of animation on your own is very doable. This second of a four part series on the tools of the trade looks at inexpensive, small, and fast storyboarding softwares used for animation.
It's time again for Frederator's "Drinking & Drawing" night! The theme this year is Bikini Zombies. If you're interested, go to www.drinkinganddrawing.org.
It's at M1-5 Lounge, 52 Walker St (Between Church & Broadway), this Wed, June 24th @ 7:30pm. You must be 21 or older.
Max the Mutt Animation School, Toronto, cordially invites you to an exhibition of the work of first-year students in all our diploma programs: Animation, Illustration for Sequential Arts, Concept Art.
This exhibition, featuring life drawing, oil painting, still life drawing, design and perspective, will be open to the public from April 24 to May 1. It will be followed at the end of May by an exhibition of advanced and graduate work, including student films and a 3D group film directed by Stephen Barnes.
Everybody knows that it's great to read together... well, it's great to draw together, too. Too often, though, grownups will say, "I can't draw" and that's the end of it. Well, enough! You don't have to be "good" at drawing for drawing to be good for you. Drawing is a wonderful way for kids and grownups to spend time together, tell each other stories, share feelings, and be silly and laugh. In this class we'll do drawing and cartooning games and activities that you can use to build confidence and to try at home. Kids and grownups should attend the class together.
The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka has been organizing the International Exhibition of Drawings since 1968. Forty years after the first exhibition, drawing returns to Rijeka, this year accompanied by animated films.
The Zelski Art Portfolio for Animation program consists of 15 six-hour workshops. Students will be prepared for university or college drawing exams, where required. Through workshops, demonstrations and practice, students will strengthen their portfolios and prepare themselves for the competitive environment in the field of animation.
Fundamental drawing techniques play a major role in this and other Zelski Art workshops, and include pencil, conte, ink, pastel and charcoal. Students will have ample opportunity to practice perspective drawing in the following sessions:
Former Walt Disney artist and Getty Museum drawing instructor Mike Wiesmeier is hosting a week sketching tour in Barcelona, Spain. In this small group setting, participants will benefit from Mike's extensive drawing and teaching experience, as well as his knowledge of Barcelona.