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Viper Cat: the Making of

What do you get when you cross a viper with a cat? Let’s see! If you want to try my method yourself, you can find…

How to Quickly Draw, Color, and Shade in SketchBook

I’ve created a tutorial for the new SketchBook Blog, with a video and a brush pack! You can find it here: https://blogs.autodesk.com/sketchbookpro/sketching-big-cats/

Simple Fur Brush

I found a cool photo of a very fluffy reindeer, and I used it as a study of long, nicely colored fur. By the way,…

What Happened to My SketchBook Tutorials?

As you might have noticed, the site http://www.sketchbook.com/blog now redirects to https://blogs.autodesk.com/sketchbookpro/ . This is because SketchBook Blog has moved to a different platform. As…

Horns Study

Dragons often have horns, just like meany real animals. So if I want to paint realistic dragon horns, the best way is to take a…

Animal Mouth Study

The last time, when I painted a dragon with an open mouth, I had some troubles with its look. I decided to study animal mouths…

The Ash Dragon: The Making Of

I painted this dragon for fun, but also to experiment with adding a pattern to the scales in a natural way. I ended up with…

The Ice Dragon: the Making of

Recently I had a chance to draw the un-dead Viserion from Game of Thrones for a video tutorial for Envato Tuts+. The tutorial was only…

How to Draw a Big Cat Head

I’ve been studying feline heads for a few years now with a goal to understand them completely, to be able to create new species without…

Realistic Spyro Painting Process

I’ve never played Spyro, but recently I’ve been watching my husband play the reignited edition and I started to wonder how Spyro would look if…

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