Steam Punk Character

I created this interesting looking Victorian style character in Adobe Fuse and then rendered him out in Unity using MK Toon Free, which produces interesting cartoon style effects.

In Photoshop I added a few LUTs and image adjustments to get this.

Now all I have to do is come up for a name for him 🙂

Fantasy Art

Inspired by the old Conan comics, I decided to create this image.

I set up the characters in Daz Studio:

I rendered out the scene using Iray and a shader called Sketchy which gives some nice ink style outlines. Then I took it into Photoshop for some re-colouring and image post effects.

Not a bad image, took me a few hours to create.

3D Drawing

This is Amanda, the female lead character in a comic I have planned, featuring the werewolf from an earlier post.

I have decided to go with a black and white style as I quite like the level of detail on the character.

The 3D model is from Daz studio. I used Unity to light and render the model. Then I used Photoshop to create the final drawing.

If you like the style, you can discover how it’s done in my Udemy course listed below: “Create comics without drawing”

Create Comics without drawing

Create comics without drawing

My new course is now available on Udemy

Click the button below to buy for just $9.99

What you’ll learn:

  • Discover a formula for always creating great looking comic images
  • Turn 3D artwork into comic book images
  • Create custom characters in Fuse
  • Animate characters in Unity and export comic images
  • Learn how to use Photoshop to create comic book effects
  • Discover a range of comic styles for your artwork
  • Learn how to make your own backgrounds and props and use them in your comic artwork
  • Suitable for beginners and professionals alike

Description:


Have you ever wanted to create comics, but find it difficult to draw them? Now I am going to show you how you can make professional looking comic books without drawing.

I will show you step by step how to take 3D models from Unity and create comic book artwork in Photoshop.

All the software needed for this project is free and I will show you a lot of great assets and resources that you will find invaluable when creating comics.

There are a series of tasks along the way where you will develop and fine tune the techniques so that they become second nature and you will be creating your own comic books in a matter of weeks.

New Photoshop Udemy Course

I have now completed my new Udemy course for Photoshop:

https://www.udemy.com/color-grading-using-look-up-tables-in-photoshop/

You can enroll for free. It covers:

The basics of using look up table files to create professional color grades for your colour photographs

How to add and make your own look up tables

How to turn colour photos into professional looking black and white photos

The videos are also available on Youtube. To access the LUT files and image resources you will have to enroll on Udemy (It’s totally free!)