Issue 100 | April 2014
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Editorial
Welcome to the 100th issue of 2dartist magazine!

We feel lucky to have been able to put the spotlight on so many talented artists over the issues, and to celebrate we have asked some of our favorite artists to share their digital art techniques and invaluable industry top tips. And as ever we have the usual fun you get with every issue, as well as a step-by-step tutorial on how to create the cover by Wanachana Intrasombat.

As a big thank you for picking up this issue (or any issue) and standing by us for all 100, head over to page 65 for freebie and competitions.

I hope we’ve inspired you to get creating art as much as we did from the very beginning. Enjoy!


 
 
 

What in this month…
Life at a visual development studio: Steambot Studios gives us a glimpse at what life is like at their visual development studio

Sketching fantasy: Sabin Boykinov shares the pages of his sketchbook, where he records ideas and inspirations

100 top industry tips: The world’s top digital painters reveal new theories, techniques and inspiration to make you a better artist…

100 covers: Celebrating 100 issue of 2dartist, we take a look back on the cover art!

The gallery: Robh Ruppel and Klaus Pillon feature in this issue’s gallery selection of our top 10 images

Competitions, freebies and offers: Exclusive special offers, freebies and competitions for issue 100 readers

Create a cover with a narrative: Wanchana Intrasombat (Vic) illustrates and documents the creation of this month’s captivating cover

Design new world concepts: Discover industry techniques for painting and presenting environment concepts in Photoshop

Master the art of caricature creation: A step-by-step caricature master class with Cosmin Podar

Speed painting with silhouettes: Victor Mosquera demonstrates how to use silhoueetes to speed up your painting

Experiment with brushes: Ferdinand D. Ladera shares his workflow for painting new landscape concepts

Digital Art Master: Michal Lisowski: Digital Painter, Michal Lisowski shares the process he used to create his image, Customer