Friday, August 2, 2013

More Sketches

-By Serge Birault

Well, I'm still very busy and I don't have time for personal work. I only did very quick doodles last month.












12 comments:

  1. Great Fun as always! Keep'em coming!

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  2. Hi! which tool you use for your sketches?

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  3. I want to sketch and paint like you!

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    2. I'll give you the best advice anyone will ever give you. Practice. Practice. And practice some more. If that stumps you, read Malcolm Gladwell's "Outliers". Spoiler alert, I'll save you $20 and tell it to you right now - it's 10,000 hours of practice. If you put in 10,000 hours of anything in life you'll be an expert in that field. If you have any inkling on being a master artist - that's your answer. Paint, draw, doodle. Whatever you do, just keep doing it. I doubt I'll get any arguments there.

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  4. Awesome as always! I'm curious what brush you used for that chalk look, is it a custom one?

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    1. I think it's the sponge projection brush, it's a standard brush in CS6.

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    2. Thanks. I'm on CS3. Going to have to go looking for it or find a way to duplicate it. I like it's texture.

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  5. What tools (apart from PS) do you use to achieve 'digital' sketches..? I am after recommendations and wonder whether you use saayyy a Wacom tablet and pen maybe? Thanks man!

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  6. Dang it. Pro's "quick doodles" are way better than my full blown "projects".

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