Tag: Adding

AD 13 – Adding Raster Details to a Vector Pattern

Free Download AD 13 – Adding Raster Details to a Vector Pattern
Content Source:https://www.skillshare.com/en/classes/AD-13-Adding-Raster-Details-to-a-Vector-Pattern/1676627116
Genre / Category: Drawing & Painting , Art
File Size :1GB
This class,The Pixel Persona – Adding Raster to Vector in Affinity Designer,will help to reinforce what you have learned in Affinity Designer and add a whole new set of skills, this time using the Pixel Persona. I have a repeat pattern set up for testing this class, but you can try it on any artwork you already have existing, or even some assets you have. In this case, we will use the pixel brushes supplied with the software, specifically theGouache Brushes.


Encaustic Transfer Adding Photographic Images

Free Download Encaustic Transfer: Adding Photographic Images
Content Source:https://www.skillshare.com/en/classes/Encaustic-Transfer-Adding-Photographic-Images/1528280068
Genre / Category: Drawing & Painting , Art
File Size :178MB
This class will build upon what we learned in the Encaustic Basics Class. I don’t go into great detail about proper application of encaustic medium or how to set up your panel prior to adding encaustic paint. That is all covered in the first class. Check that out if you are not already familiar with encaustic painting. Encaustic has been around as a painting medium for thousands of years. This method I will teach you of transferring a toner based image onto an encaustic painting is relatively new. It is fun to combine the traditional technique with a modern twist.


Adding Glide Reflections to Your Tessellation Drawing Repertoire

Duration: 51m | Video: .MP4, 1280×720, 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Size: 584 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
In the previous five classes we learned the first three symmetry methods used in creating nested shape tessellations and patterns. Mirror, rotation and translation. This class introduces and explains in depth, the fourth symmetry operation, the glide reflection. It was one of M.C. Escher’s favourites, having accomplished 25 drawings using this symmetry method. Koloman Moser, another artist from before Escher’s time also used this tessellation method. We will study the symmetry group that I like to call "THIS WAY – THAT WAY" with examples from these two Masters, as well as contemporary tessellation artists from around the globe.¬†We will skim the various possibilities when coloring artwork for easy as well as pleasant effects. And as a side benefit, we will use the new KaleidoPaint, version 3.0, and cover a few of the new menus, tool locations and attributes.