Cool Digital Painting: 40+ Tuts

Do you know many writers that use a typewriter or even a pen? I think your answer would be “No”, because it’s kinda retrograde. And imagine, some oddballs use a goose feather (I don’t think they have much success in writing, but anyway). So, what’s the problem with the painting art? There are wonderful tablets for painting, many programs and tools. So why do some artists still use oldschool methods? Sure, I don’t deny some of them are pertinent – but still they can ease their work a lot with the help of modern technologies. Digital painting is definitely cool.

In order to demonstrate what gorgeous things can be painted digitally, I’ll show 44 examples. They contain different people and fantasy or sci-fi humanoid characters, non-human creatures, parts of body, manifestations of nature, effects. But the samples are not just to watch (and enjoy) – all of them provide with the detailed digital painting tutorials for creating each of those pictures, in case you would like to try yourself in this field (and I wish you good luck if it’s so).

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Lida

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Umbrella Sky

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Red Assassin

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Spanish Girl

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Digital Portrait

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Perfect Skin

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Realistic Ears

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Realistic Hands

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Human Lips

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Dentists

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Broken Link

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Dinosaur

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Feathers and Angel Wings

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Binah

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Fantasy Eyes

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Fire Energy

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Abstract Werewolf

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Apocalyptic Matte

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Film Sets

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Futuristic City

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Planet

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Cold Sky

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Cloud

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Spacecraft

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Scene Rendering

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Abstract Deagon

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Sexy Siren

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Wrath of Medusa

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Poseidon's Wrath

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Heroic Male

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Night Rider

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New Worlds

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Call of Cthulhu

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Spiderharp

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Taming of Naas

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Original Comic Covers

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Old New Style Pin Up

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Children's Book Illustration

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Robot Concept

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King Kittan Character

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Bioshock

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Transformer Death Blow

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Unicron

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So, you got detailed tips how to make the digital paintings of different models and characters. Then, if you want to do such beauty more effective, check different tools for digital paint to point the best one exactly for your work and style. The widely used programs for digital painting are well-known PhotoShop, Corel Painter, PostworkShop and more. I haven’t noticed any free utilities, but I believe you would spare money for your art development.

Once you like (or strictly dislike) the digest, feel free to comment.

About the author:

Art Rivera: Deeply interested in everything connected with Internet, I sincerely suppose the web is the only future reality for the humanity through its inevitable involving into every part of human life. I’m not a great fan of cyberpunk concept, but the world is keeping that certain direction of total connectedness. And of course there should be someone, who can write the history, who would describe and analyze and enter in the record all notable changes and tendencies on the web. Hello, it’s me.

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