Using Light to Drive A Narrative

5.0based on 22 ratings,8 reviews
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00| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 20 days ago
This is not an in-depth video, but is an eye opener to the mastery and quick execution of a great concept piece. Love it. Would recommend.
00| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | about 1 month ago
Another great tutorial, especially for beginners to concept art. Helped me alot in understanding lighting and how one can use it as a guiding point. Overall, a good and short video tutorial!
10| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | about 2 months ago
The information and process is 5 star. However, it's hidden behind nearly 18 minutes of vacuum cleaner microphone white noise, and an easy listening music bed. Making it less than practical to drown the noise out with your own ambient music. The narration feels a bit improvised as the sped-up process of painting runs. There are no callouts with examples, breaking down the concepts being explaiend. It's worth the investment, Dom Lay is a very skilled artist. The price to value on this tutorial is insane. It's just frustrating to have to listen to the white noise.
00| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 4 months ago
thank you.
10| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 5 months ago
Mr. Lay did an excellent job explaining his thinking as the video plays. I really found this tutorial to be one of the best. He didn't need to go into the move-by-move details, rather knowing there are many ways to accomplish a goal in Photoshop (or Procreate, et al) I liked that he spent his time sharing what those goals were as he proceeded.
20| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 5 months ago
Really enjoy this tutorial. I hope Dom can make another full and long demonstration on how to apply mixer brushes and other techniques to gain a traditional look.
11| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 5 months ago
Good straight forward tutorial. Really liked the way you approach coloring
41| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 9 months ago
very good ! to the point

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