Illustrate Your Own Superhero using Corel Painter
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- Skillfully use Corel's autopaint feature
- Work with reference images
- Leverage color mixing for a professional look
- Use tablet and stylus techniques like a professional artist
- Master tonal buildup and texturing
- Create a professional superhero for your portfolio
- No prior knowledge of Painter is required for this course
- Some experience with digital art creation is recommended
- You'll need Corel Painter (we're using 2015, but older versions will work)
- A Wacom tablet is recommended, but not required for this course
Illustrate your own superhero with Corel Painter. In this Painter course, you'll learn how to create a professional-grade piece of digital art. The skills you will learn will help you to paint professionally or to build a portfolio of work to impress your potential future employer, or even as a nice hobby.
After we cover the cover the basic tools you'll need to create your superhero, we'll dive right into our superhero project. You'll start with a reference image and work through all the artistic steps necessary to deliver a professional looking final project.
Who Should Take This Course
This course is designed for anyone who enjoys digital art, from photographers, graphic and web designers, animators and more. Whether a beginner or even an intermediate user, you will gain vast skills taking this course.
There are no skill prerequisites for this course. You are expected to have access to a copy of Corel Painter in any version, though we will be using Painter 2015 in this course, no prior Painter skills are required.
What is the target audience?
Graphic and web designers, animators, illustrators, artists and anyone loving digital arts.
- Graphic designers
- Web designers
Collect project files for this course here.
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