How To RENDER Comics
In this course, I and my fellow instructors help you bring form to your drawings. Rendering, whether it's shading, inking, or coloring, gives shade and three dimensionality to your drawings. Without it, everything will seem 2D. Flat.
Ed Foychuk starts us off with units that help explain Lighting. Going over lighting is important before you start rendering because before you learn HOW to render, you should learn the WHERE and WHY. Ed explains it all in a variety of units ranging from simple to complex. Mike Van Orden takes us through pencil techniques. Explaining how to use the pencil in various was so as to take in the knowledge from the lighting units, and give our drawings for with pencil.
Chris Graves walks us through his rendering process - showing us how pencils can bring a character to life!!
Mike Van Orden takes us through pencil techniques. Explaining how to use the pencil in various ways so as to take in the knowledge from the lighting units, and give our drawings life with pencil.
Walden Wong, our master inker, explains how you approach rending with inks. Whether digitally or traditionally, these techniques and approaches hold true. So strap in and enjoy these lessons from a professional!
Tim Goernert goes through tons of approaches to inking various subjects. It's worth the watch and he explains his reasoning for each step and pen stroke.
Deth Phimmasone explains the ins and outs of rendering with markers. He gives some explanation as to the supplies suggested, and then delves into different techniques that'll help you bring your drawings to life.
By the end of this course we promise you that you will be far more confident, not only in your rendering skills, but your understanding of the 'where' and 'why' that so often eludes beginning artists. So join us in this awesome adventure, and let's bring your drawings to life!!
Learn how to light, shade, ink, and color comics!!