@06:35I don't speak English well, so it would be useless if I would comment myself through whole tutorial. And I have bunch of other (still) tutorials and they are stupid for me because no one can't actually see the progress what I do. So they have to read ton of text with 2 images showing the progress...but the progress between is not visible. Here I wanted to show my progress where I explained things which I do (so some people can see it as drawing progress and beginners can read it as a tutorial). And it's impossible to put this tutorial in Flash, just so I could pause when the text shows up...the file is simply too big and I couldn't upload it anywhere (50 GB is full resolution file). Everyone can still pause the movie if they want to read the text.
And I finally submitted my video tutorial Thanks a lot to dA staff for accepting my request for film submissions Anyway, this is video tutorial for painting anime eyes (it's my anime style...it's not moe style, lol ). Here you'll be able to see my whole progress how I paint eyes (and skin)... I also explained which tools I used, Opacity, layer modes...and such. At first I just draw/sketch the eye, then I show you how I color it (black and white technique) and at the end it comes coloring and finishing the painting I hope you'll learn something new. And I also played music at the end of the tutorial. It's actually a little longer, but I put just the end of the song here (I needed few days to made up a song).
If you want to download the file, then simply click download button on the right side. I recorded video in full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 px). You can also download AVI (WinZip) file from our website here
If you have troubles seeing this video, then you can try to click download button on the right side or you can see it on YouTube (link you can find below).
See this video also on YouTube.
Adobe Photoshop CS6 (painting)
tablet Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch Special Edition M
original size is 1657 x 928 px
I drew this 1 hour (too much )
Finished drawing from this tutorial:
Painting anime hair...tutorial
How to paint digital 2
How to paint digital
How to make next and previous button
Photoshop tutorial- PS basics for newbies (journal tutorial)
Photoshop tutorial- PS basics for newbies 2 (journal tutorial)
Photoshop tutorial- PS basics 3 (journal tutorial)
I hope you like it and comments are welcome...and I hope it's helpful
Drawing by Valentina Remenar | Tutorial is © Copyrighted and may not be published anywhere without artist's permission. It can be used for learning | All Rights Reserved | © Copyrighted | 2013 | official website valentinaremenar.com | YouTube | Twitter | Google+ | Tumblr | Especially thanks to Legionella for editing the text
THIS was really helpful! not just for anime but for general digital painting! I didn't realize it was yours until it finished haha nice work and thank you for the good tips.
@15:38im easily distracted so the first time i played this i looked away for like i swear 5 seconds and i looked back and i was like wtf,,,, anyways thanks a lot i managed to learn a lot of stuff i didnt realize before to add in my paintings. your art is stunning bless u for making all these tutorials!!
Thank you very much
Thank you very much ;u;
this is so helpful! thank you so much!
Thanks for the tutorial! It's helped me out a lot I just have a queston - I tried following your tutorial, drew the eyes and they looked all right, but the I can't seem to get the smooth gradient with the skin. I've tried eyedroppering and painting but I think I just don't know how to blend smoothly. How do you make the skin look so perfect and blend it like that? I can show you my psd file if that helps
I know i'm not Valentina but, have you tried using the Smudge tool?
thank you so much for this tutorial is amazing!!!!!!
This is beautiful! I love the depth and detail you add ^-^ Thx for making this vid it helps a lot!!
Sooooo coool *--* that's really inspire me to draw more
with my depression lately haunting me... ty ^^
with my depression lately haunting me... ty ^^
omg...Sssoooooo helpful you have no idea. I've been dying to know how to shade and light and know where to put my colors to make my art come to life in a shiny glossy way thank you so much for your hard work. It's so nice to find a video in slo mo, a lot of artists speed it up and it's art to keep up.
Awwwwwww... I'm glad you found it helpful. It's my pleasure
Veerrrryyy Like, it def. shows me where I can put my shadows on a face and lighting. And what colors I can use depending on the characters. I could never figure it out!! And this was slo mo! A lot of artists speed run their videos so thank you again so much ^^
This is help me a lot