Welcome to another Adobe Illustrator Speed Draw, this time going for DC’s femme fatale Catwoman! Selina is not just one of my favorite Batman cast members or DC characters but one of my favorite fictional characters anywhere. And although I’m happy to draw ridiculous versions of the male Batman villains, when it comes to drawing women I feel like I need to work from some reference as to not fall into the trap of bizarre, anatomically incorrect proportions on women. For this speed draw I show you Pose Tool, an app on my iPhone that I use to pose a generic mannequin in exactly the pose I want to illustrate. From there we get into the vector art fun of Illustrator!
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More fun stuff you can do with instax mini and other intant film! I show you some model photography samples I’ve done with the Fuji instax mini monochrome film on my Fuji Neo Classic Mini 90 and with the new Fuji square instax shot on the SQ10. You’ll see some of the historical Polaroid film collage work created by famed art photographer David Hockney and we also talk about a few tips to get better results if you want to try your hand at collage work. Models include Cacia Zoo, Ana Corbi, Alana Schoen, Sparksss and Lillie Monster.
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I’ve taught photo editing in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop for many years in person, and put small, specialized lessons online, but I recently had the drive and time to put together a comprehensive series of Lightroom lessons. In this Skillshare series “Learning Lightroom” we tackle the modules one by one, breaking down all the features and explaining how they may be relevant to any photographer.
This particular lesson focuses on the Library module, an amazing organizational tool with its own development features and special capabilities. At the end I show you how an experienced Lightroom user would utilize all the components in a real world scenario.
Sign up for the first part of the series, “Learning Lightroom: The Library Module”, is here!
Hey out there! This is a followup to my unboxing/ road test with the new Fujifilm SQ10 Square Instax camera. I took it to LA to shoot with 7 models and address a few of your questions from the previous video. Also, we see a side-by-side comparison of an image shot with the Fuji Neo Classic 90 and the SQ10. More practice, more experience, more love for this camera despite its many quirks.
It’s been a few months, but with the summer heat sweeping into Arizona I’m back in the lab cranking out tutorials – the first of which is Animating Walk Cycles in Adobe Character Animator!
The walk cycle is one of the foundation principles of animation, and Adobe has recently added it to the arsenal of motion capture animation features of its Character Animator program. We’ll cover how to build our puppet in Photoshop, add walk behaviors, rig our puppet in Character Animator and create multiple kinds of motion.
Adobe Character Animator is a subprogram of After Effects, and it uses Adobe Photoshop to organize the file layers, so you’ll need those programs to get the full benefit of the class.
Sign up is here!
Entering my second year as a Skillshare teacher, I’ve been preparing several new photo/ video editing classes- until those go out, I wanted to let any interested people know my previous Lightroom-focused classes are still available on my channel!
Retouching Portraits With Adobe Photoshop + Lightroom
In any portrait photography, it’s a give that there will be some facial retouching to make your subjects look their best. We cover the basics of both Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom for retouching skin, enhancing eyes, color correction and more! Sign up is here!
How To Use Adobe Lightroom For Video
Lightroom is generally thought of as a still photography program but here are a few neat tricks you can do, especially if you are just starting to work with videos, need to capture stills from your videos, or want to keep a consistent style between your existing photographic library and your video work. You’ll be able to have unique looking footage that you can piece together in your video editor such as Adobe Premiere or iMovie.
Sign up for this class is here!
Speed Up Your Workflow In Adobe Lightroom
In this class I’ll show how to speed up your editing process in Adobe Lightroom, taking your workflow time from hours down to mere minutes. We cover syncing and auto syncing your actions, creating your own preset filters and brushes, effectively utilizing virtual copies and collections, and more. Sign up is over here!
See you in class!
This week’s new addition to my Skillshare channel is Sound Design #1: Ambient Vocal Soundscapes.
In this series on Sound Design we will focus on music, ambient textures, and sound effects used in filmmaking. In Part 1, we cover how to create ambient soundscapes from human voices. These soundscapes are great for use in film, as prominently featured in the 2012 Dredd during slow motion sequences, or as stand-alone music pieces.
The program we are utilizing is called Paul’s Extreme Sound Stretch and you can download the program here.
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