Drawing and Painting Tutorials
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Drawing and Painting Tutorials
Daily curated tips and tutorials for graphic designers, photo editors, painters, and drawing artists.
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Week in Review: Speed & Special Effects

This week we focused on articles that taught specific special effects, and how to make that perfect composition with more efficiency than ever. 

This YouTube video taught how to acheive the 'reflections in the sunglasses' look:


And this PSD tutorial showed how to create 3D ice letters in photoshop, walking you through each step one by one until your letters are wet and melting:


Finally, Student Art Guide brings us nifty tricks for framing and building a composition more efficiently:


So if you're looking for a new effect or motif in your artwork, try out one of these! And to stay updated with our curations of how to draw and create tutorials, subscribe to our scoops!

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Week in Review: Drawing Women, Mazes and Learning Painting Secrets

Week in Review: Drawing Women, Mazes and Learning Painting Secrets | Drawing and Painting Tutorials | Scoop.it
Lindsey Davis's insight:

This week the articles we curated focused on drawing and painting women across multiple mediums. We also brought you design tutorials and the secrets behind attaining effects in your painting, both physically and on your computer. 

In renowned Mexican street artist Alisa Amor's article, she shared a video detailing how to attain masterful paintings with spray cans by utilizing common materials on your canvas or wall.

Brandon Spahn shared another secret behind aesthetic effects in his Photoshop tutorial. He taught us how to create a splatter paint effect with figurative works.

We also brought you a number of tutorials in drawing and representing women -- from acurately representing Wonder Woman's leg muscles to creating your own unique woman character.

Overall we're noticing a push towards unusual methods of creation in both digitial and physical artworks, along with an increased interest in representing women in art. We will keep watching these topics and you can stay updated by signing up for our scoop. 

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