This is a Master Demo

Specifically for artists who are working digitally. This is a demonstration by master painter Denis Zilber. It's a detailed look into the methods and techniques he uses in Photoshop. Denis reveals his entire process from start to finish -from sketch to final rendering. If you've ever wondered how Denis works your search is over because he leaves no stone unturned. We suggest taking notes as you watch this video because there is so much to take in. Some artists also keep detailed descriptions of specific videos in this series so they can refer back to sections of enlightenment. Denis has perfected his craft and it is truly a treat to watch him unravel the mysteries of his incredible work.

This video is approximately 9 hours of explanation and demonstration. It comes with the raw drawing so you can follow along if you choose.

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About the Instructor

Denis Zilber

My name is Denis Zilber and I am a freelance illustrator and visual storyteller with more than 8 years of professional experience. I enjoy working in vast variety of artistic fields including advertising, editorial and children's books illustration, video and board games, character design for animation and movies.

Course curriculum

  1. 1
    • Introduction

    • Rough Sketch

    • Cleaning Up

    • Values

    • Color Blocking

    • Basic Rendering

    • Advanced Rendering

    • Advanced Rendering-2

    • Advanced Rendering-3

    • Downloads

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