About this course
This course is about making the most out of the color palette we can get out of the reference images that we'll use in order to create the basic colors concepts of the landscapes. This course tries to take advantage of Photoshop tools to create geometric shapes that make it easier to orient the client about what he or she wants to represent in his or her stories.
In this case we'll start practicing the deduction of the points of view and the colors these offer in order to get the composition development.
What project are we going to develop?
What we're going to develop in this course is a set of 4 images as a final project that will be based preferably in free-to-use images. We'll take these as a reference in order to create our space taking illumination as an inspiration for our own drawings. In order to do this, we'll choose 4 different environments and work with the brushes I'll provide to create the environments' concept.
What you'll learn
- Basic concept
- Landscape structure and composition
- Work with a restricted palette
- Extract a color palette from an image using Photoshop
- Simplify objects using tools and the program's brushes
Who's this course for? Requirements
This course is oriented to those who want to get involved in basic landscape compositing in order to start improving inside these concepts using synthetization, the chromatic summary and the specific use of brushes that will make work easier for the user when he or she creates the illustrations. For this course you'll need:
- Graphics Tablet
- Photoshop or digital drawing app