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Zombie Concept Illustration in Photoshop
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Released Aug 1, 2012
Stanley VonMedvey

Guest Tutor

Stanley VonMedvey
In this tutorial we will be developing a zombie illustration from start to finish. We will go over the cumulative process of developing a concept zombie illustration. We will explore some foundational ideas such as sculpting with value, and more specific Photoshop techniques like using photos as textures. We will learn how to turn around a strong image in a short amount of time, a useful skill in a commercial environment.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
00:53
Developing our thumbnails
2

Developing our thumbnails

 
12:55
Building on the thumbnails
3

Building on the thumbnails

 
10:54
Continuing to flesh out line details
4

Continuing to flesh out line details

 
11:23
Finalizing our line work
5

Finalizing our line work

 
09:23
Defining our lighting direction
6

Defining our lighting direction

 
10:41
Softening and deepening our lights and darks
7

Softening and deepening our lights and darks

 
10:31
Subtle detailing and building shadows
8

Subtle detailing and building shadows

 
10:59
Improving our 3D shape
9

Improving our 3D shape

 
12:06
Coloring the zombie drawing
10

Coloring the zombie drawing

 
13:02
Texturing with photos
11

Texturing with photos

 
11:58
Extending details with photo textures
12

Extending details with photo textures

 
09:36
Adding our finishing touches
13

Adding our finishing touches

 
12:17