We have a brand new assignment for our Paintology users. Since many of you love the Joker character, why not draw it. You can find our own tutorial in the Paintology Collection. Why not submit your own and label it with #Joker. We will give a special mention to anyone that 'tickles' our interest!
In this drawing we do something slightly different from the traced mode of drawing in Paintology. We have a template with the drawing we want to do and load this as an overlaid image onto our canvas. It is quite easy to do and all you need to do is use a photo editor to put the image onto the top left corner and then save image and load into canvas. In this tutorial, we have already created the apple overlaid image for you so you can start drawing right away! There are advantages to this method of learning drawing since you have the reference image always in sight. However, unlike traced image you need to create your own forms and shapes. It's a bit like having a photo in front of you whilst you draw. We encourage you to draw using both methods and it will really help you get your drawing skills up. Follow the daily tutorials of Paint along with Fred and you will have drawing skills under your belt like no other! Download the free Paintology app from the Google play store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paintology.lite Happy Drawing & Painting
Drawing a sunset is made easier with the color picker tool of Paintology. Here it is put to good effect for drawing a sunset with all of its vibrant colors. You can do a drawing like this under 30 mins or so. Download the free Paintology app from the Google play store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paintology.lite
In this drawing I demonstrate the hardness and density settings of the brush tool in Paintology to create a focus and unfocused image, giving depth to the final drawing. The hardness & density settings are the tools on Paintology that allows you to create a 'toned' image in comparison to a flat image. This is because the brush will behave just like you are pressing hard or soft on the paper with a pencil. Go ahead and give it a try and check out all the other video tutorials. Download the free Paintology app from the Google play store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paintology.lite
Here we focus on using tools to create the subtle shadings that are required to draw an eye. You can do shading in one of two ways using the Paintology app: 1. You can select a mid-tone from the color palette and and move the cursor to a lighter or a darker tone on the popup color box. 2. You can select a mid-tone and use the hardness and density settings to get the various tones. Download the free Paintology app from the Google play store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paintology.lite Happy painting & drawing!
Art is all about creativity and abstract drawing and painting is one form of art that is worth doing. With Paintology app and it's versatile tools for drawing, I show you one approach to abstract drawing. Remember, this is just one approach and you can use other methods for creating abstract drawings. Check out all the other video tutorials available for Paintology. Download the free Paintology app from the Google play store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paintology.lite
Draw and paint with depth. The video tutorial shows you how using the Paintology app. Download the free Paintology app from the Google play store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paintology.lite
In this drawing of a sunrise, I used the Paintology brush using the 'meadow' too to make the drawing in under half an hour. One art critic told me that the foreground with the field was a bit of a distraction to the rest of the image and could do without. Let me know what you think.
Here is another video tutorial of a manga head drawing. Let me know if you want me to post something similar. Just refer @ferdouse in the comments section. Thanks.
I did this drawing on my giant 65 inch tablet. I wasn't sure what to expect but the experience was completely natural and similar to my previous drawings on a 32 inch. Although, I felt that I had a higher degree of control on the bigger 65 inch screen compared to a 32 inch.
Here is a drawing that I made using Paintology on my giant 65 inch tablet! Just tap once on the image to see the video. The drawing is of an african sunset landscape to show you the the merits of using the correct colors for a painting. Enjoy!