Monday, November 20, 2006

Millard Process


i started with a squashed angled regular brush with no dynamics turned on. working in monochome on a multiply layer i blocked out the major light and dark using 3 main values. i then added a layer set to "color" and started adding the hues. from here i started introducing different brushes and different opacity settings on another layer set to normal, the basic work flow being from opaque and crisp to glazing in using a vareity of textural brushes. i'm seriously considering laying this out more throughly in book form.

15 Comments:

Blogger Edco said...

Whatever gets you from "seriously considering" to actually getting things to a book, I'm all for it!

6:06 PM  
Blogger craig said...

Thanks for the insight Robh. I agree with edco and would gladly pay for a book detailing the process with stages. Great stuff

6:52 PM  
Blogger robh said...

thanks guys, i'm talking with Design Studio Press so there's a very realistic chance. i appreciate the support and interest.

6:57 PM  
Anonymous John said...

I'll be first in line to get it. Just what you've posted here is valuable (but don't let that stop you). Very nice work.

8:02 PM  
Blogger nate said...

This is beautiful work. Did you paint this in Corel Painter?

Would you give a general list of the brushes you used?

Great stuff.

9:19 PM  
Blogger Roland Mechael said...

this would be a great book! count me in! great work as usual!

8:53 AM  
Blogger willborough said...

Wow a book with your stuff would be amazing. Let it happen. I love your blog I have it bookmarked for a while. Thanks for the pictures!

B

4:01 PM  
Blogger Greyhawke said...

I second and third all the sentiments. Although I would say I am the one who would be first in line to get one. :)

6:04 PM  
Blogger Dave said...

Will certainly pick a copy up when it gets to book form!

1:51 PM  
Blogger Marcelo Vignali said...

You make the book, I'll buy it!

2:20 PM  
Blogger Eripuuu said...

A book on digital process is very much needed! I'd certainly love to read more about how you work in Photoshop.

10:04 PM  
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8:55 PM  
Blogger cdeboda said...

As for the book, i'm IN as well.

12:03 AM  
Blogger Greyhawke said...

HAHA you got spam. Now you know why I have word verification turned on on my blog.

1:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

make the book, make the book. great job on these.

5:22 PM  

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