Tag Archive for ‘digitalpainting’

I’m adding more to my YouTube channel each week!

– Hey guys, I’m working hard to provide videos of my process painting in both Painter 2018 & Procreate & to begin some tutorials shortly also, esp little tips for Painter. I’m aiming to start a Patreon page in the next month, as I really love sharing my art & what I’ve learnt with you all but in order to do so, I really need some sponsorship… it takes quite a bit of time preparing & editing videos, & I want this this to also be beneficial to you guys. On Patreon I will be giving my sponsors some special rewards & thank you gifts- custom brushes, artwork & other goodies I’m working on. Please follow my blog, subscribe to my YouTube channel & watch out for news on launch of Patreon….. thanks, love you all & thank you for your continued support! ❤️ Video page via menu above, has link to YouTube channel for your convenience.

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Fathers Day, Birthdays, Christmas….A piece of art commissioned makes for a special gift for a loved one or friend. Engagement, wedding or birth of a new baby….no gift could be sweeter than a commissioned portrait.

My artwork is a combination of traditional skills & new age technology, contemporary & nostalgic with a twist & the opportunity to create something truly special & unique.

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It’s not to early to order for Christmas, the more time I have the better, I can only take a certain no to ensure you receive your artwork in time.

I have various pieces available as prints, & will be adding some beautiful bags, scarves & clothing in my shop next week….Follow me to receive notifications of this & other exciting news!

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Wacom ANZ & Just Another Agency’s ‘The Next Level Exhibition’ showing in Auckland, Melbourne & Sydney. Featuring extraordinary Digital Art, created by 56 chosen local & international artists including myself. This promises to be a really great event, with opening nights at each location, combining music, art & opportunity to meet artists & other industry people…Plus prints of artwork & The Next Level Publication, will be available to purchase at exhibitions & online.

The Next Level Exhibition

Hi all,

Heres the line up of artists for this exhibition, including little old me! Hosted by Wacom ANZ & Just Another Agency,  & showing in Auckland, Melbourne & Sydney, each with their own opening night. Winning artists for this exhibition were selected from a huge amount of entries, from amazing artists all over the world…So it’s truly an honor to have won my place. You all know me as Lion Art, my actual name is Michelle Webb, as shown on poster below.

So for all those in Auckland, Melbourne & Sydney, get on down to the exhibitions & check out the amazing art on show, prints will be available for purchase & The Next Level Publication featuring all this year’s art will be on sale too.

For those unable to attend, prints & Publication can be purchased online at wacom.nextlevel.com

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Mother Of Dragons

Who doesn’t love Game Of Thrones? I’m a huge fan & Dany is one of my favourites. I painted this with Corel Painter 2018, using a variety of custom & new Thick Paint brushes, combined with different papers on random grain rotation. The new technology in 2018 has really uped the anti in digital painting, with Real Media & Thick Paint emulating traditional mediums so well its impossible to distinguish between the two. I find the ability to create my artwork digitally fascinating & have met so many amazing artists that feel the same.

Digital art is a very broad term for many genres of this new medium, & I feel the need for some defining categories. From graphic design, animation,  & character design to fine art, illustration & 3D, all falling under the term Digital Art, it’s understandable that people in general haven’t a hope of understanding the difference. There’s also photo manipulations- sometimes called photo bashing (esp in concept art world) & many photographers now offer photo painted portraits to clients…..but what does that mean!

Well, here’s what my digital art consists of- the rest I may tackle explaining at a later date.

I have a very cool computer, with a high end graphics card (vital for this work), combined with a Wacom Cintiq drawing tablet (like a giant iPad touch screen) that is sensitive to pressure. This is my canvas, with a couple of different pen stylus that have tilt, rotation & pressure settings that calibrate to the way I make a line or brush stroke as my brush/pencil/chalk/pastel. The programs I use are Corel Painter & sometimes PhotoShop, which have a multitude of different brushes which emulate natural media. The rest is pretty much the same as drawing in a sketch book, or painting on a canvas! Every line, & mark in my artwork is made by my hand…. the computer doesn’t paint it, I do. I don’t trace over photos or clone photos- it’s possible to do so in the programs I use, & many people do exactly that…..but that’s not how I create my art. I hope this helps you to understand, how personal & how much of my self goes into my paintings……I truly love my job.

‘I will be adding some video of this piece in various stages, so watch this space!

 

The Next Level

Very honoured to be a winner in ‘The Next Level’ Exhibition! Hosted by Wacom ANZ & Just Another Agency, over 3 months in Melbourne, Sydney & Auckland.

Painter 2018!

http://www.painterartist.com

 

Corel have just released their newest & best version of Painter! With awesome new 2.5D Thick Paint brushes, paper grain rotation, innovative Texture Synthesis & many more new tools & features to love, Painter 2018 fills all the needs of proffesional artists  & hobbyists alike. I painted the piece below using a couple of the Thick Paint brushes, alomg with new selec tion brushes & paper set to grain rotation. Hit the link above to Corel Painter page so you can download a trial today, try it out & when you love it purchase is very simple. have fun painting!thick paint test

Corel Painter Featured Artist

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Hey guys,

I received this shiny new logo from the Team at Corel Painter today. As one of their artists who’s work is featured in both Painter welcome screen & on website, I’m now able to display this on my social media accounts etc. As you know I love using Painter, the scope for creativity is only limited by your imagination & its with pure joy I open up my computer & Wacom Cintiq each day to work. If you haven’t tried Painter, head on over to http://www.painterartist.com & download a trial of latest version….& for those already using Painter, go take a peek at the exciting announcement today!

I’ll be adding lots of info in the next few weeks, so get ready for an awesome month!

 

Happy Painting  ❤️ LION ART

The Next Level!

“The Journey”  I painted inspired by a trip to Vietnam last year, has been chosen for Wacom & Just Another Agency’s ‘The Next Level’ Exhibition & Publication. I’m beyond excited, this is a 4 month exhibition showing in Melbourne, Sydney & Auckland, & the publication featuring all artists exhibited, will be available to purchase through Just Another along with prints of all exhibits. 56 artists from around the world, showcasing digital art created using Wacom Intuos or Cintiq’s. I will post further info closer to event.

Happy painting  – Michelle

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Mother Earth

Just finished this & is available for purchase, painted completely by hand in Corel Painter 2017 on my  Wacom Cintiq. This took me about 2 weeks to paint, many hours  re assessing & fixing issues. I’m really happy with the finished piece. If your interested in purchasing her, contact me directly & there will only ever be the 1 produced, this is the original. There’s gold foil through her hair which doesn’t show well in jpg, view on large screen to appreciate the textures through. ©LionArtStudio IMG_0354

Suminagashi- Digi Style!

IMG_6672This piece is the result of warming up today after time off work. Laying down colour & playing with brushes in Corel Painter 2017. The brushes are ones made by a couple of artists to use when wanting to create Suminagashi style pieces, abstract & can also be used in other styles of painting when wanting expressive brush strokes & a little freeness to your work. When this started to appear it really gave me the feeling of Aboriginal art, which is both graphic & organic & always has a story to tell. I saw some lizard shapes emerging & decided to embellish on that & added several geckos & made the background appear tree like. It never fails to amaze me how Painter emulates traditional mediums so well, its what really sets it apart from other art software. This was only painted by my hand, I used brushes & colour….In the same manner I do when painting traditionally. If you haven’t tried Painter there’s an option for 30 day trial, I promise you will find the experience to be truly awesome, & for professionals like myself a most valuable tool for your business.