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Darek Zabrocki interview

Darek Zabrocki interview

Now that the Holiday season is over, pixelstains.net is finally getting some fresh content up – and not just any kind of content, but perhaps the best I could wish for to kick start the New Year. I had the pleasure to interview Darek Zabrocki,…

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Awesome FREE Perspective Tool for Photoshop

Awesome FREE Perspective Tool for Photoshop

Hey guys, here’s a free perspective tool I stumbled upon recently. I find it Really useful and it saves me a lot of time. Many digital artists use perspective brushes and stuff like that to create their grids. I used to create my perspective grids…

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Composition 101 – Repoussoir

Composition 101 – Repoussoir

Repoussoir is a French word used in 2d art to describe an object in the foreground that directs the viewer’s eye into the composition by framing the edge of the image. This object also serves as a tool for creating depth within the picture. The word…

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Anatomy for Artists – Proportions of the Male Figure

Anatomy for Artists – Proportions of the Male Figure

In this first part of the Anatomy for Artists series you can learn how to plot the proportions of the human male figure. Figure drawing is arguably the single most important skill an artist has to master. Of course there are other key fundamentals such as…

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How to Create Photoshop Paint Brushes — 8 Useful Brushes for Digital Painting

How to Create Photoshop Paint Brushes — 8 Useful Brushes for Digital Painting

Ever wondered how to create your own Photoshop paint brushes? Here is a quick tutorial to help you with that.   When starting out in digital painting most of us are searching for custom brushes that will take our mediocre images and magically transform them…

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Negative Space in Art

Negative Space in Art

The term negative space comes up quite often in the art community, so there are chances you are familiar with it. In case you heard about negative space, but you are not quite sure what it is, or how it helps you with creating art…

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Mark Molnar interview

Mark Molnar interview

Couple days ago I had the pleasure to interview Mark Molnar, a Hungarian concept artist who was kind enough to answer a few questions about the industry and his life as an artist. His story is truly inspiring and his works are mind blowing. He…

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Painting Candlelight and Firelight

Painting Candlelight and Firelight

Drawing and painting fire lit scenes is a difficult challenge for most aspiring artists. I remember struggling with it — mixing all sorts of warm colors, using white for the hot spots, but never quite getting it right. I admit it is still tricky to…

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Composition 101: Balance

Composition 101: Balance

Here is yet another article on the topic of composition, but this time as the title suggests we are going discuss balance within an image. Balance is the most important compositional factor, because not just the eyes of the artist but eyes of the viewer…

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7 Types of Contrast You Should Know as an Artist

7 Types of Contrast You Should Know as an Artist

Contrast is a crucial part of all artwork. Most artists are familiar with the term, and almost every single artist uses it in their work — weather they know about it or not. That being said, most of the time when we use the word…

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