Music makes you loose control – digital art using wacom tab
WACOM TAB ART
It’s official. I just can’t get enough of my wacom tab. Thanks to some developments that happened at my work place lately, I’m not able to focus much on photography at the moment. I’m not able to find time to go out or travel, shoot, process etc. I high time I got some shots done. Mean while, after I get home from work, I settle down in front of my computer with some snacks to munch on and with the Wacom tab on my lap. What ever time I have is mostly spent on making more and more digital art.
If there’s anything that makes me feel alive more than photography and digital art, it’s music. I have also been learning music, but again, due to my work I haven’t been to music classes since months now. I have to sort out my life. For now here’s my newest digital art, which is also adoring my desktop as a wall paper at the moment. Enjoy!!! Feel free to click on it and download the high resolution wallpaper for your self.
No stock images in this one. It’s all done from scratch on a blank canvas in Photoshop CS5 using wacom tab. I used CTH670 to make this and all of the other art that I’ve posted here.
Nothing new to talk about the process of creating this piece. I used the same steps as shown in my queen of the night digital art. However there are some important points that I learnt while creating this one.
- MORE DETAILS, MORE DEPTH: The more details you add in a image, the more depth your art will have. I’m sure you’ll agree when I say that the out put in this one looks way better than my previous art works. I paid a lot of attention trying to create detail on the hair, the stitching lines of the pants, texture of the road and the pavement she’s walking one. I spent a full night just doing the hair.
- IT’S ALL ABOUT LIGHTING: I cannot stress this enough. Keep source of light as reference, and it will guide you as to where to create highlights and shadows.
- YOU CANNOT RUSH ART: Yup. True fact. Patience is the key. When you start creating something it might not actually seem to go in the direction in which you are trying to take it to. But it will, eventually. You just have to continue to keep at it.