WARNING – EPISODES 15-44 HAVE FRAME LOSS (ENCODING ISSUES WHEN FILMING) THIS WAS A TRAGIC AND IGNORANT LOSS ON MY PART, BUT I WORKED SO HARD ON THIS PROJECT (OVER 1 WEEK NON-STOP) TO THROW IT AWAY DUE TO FRAME DROP. IF YOU ARE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND EPISODES 1-15, YOU CAN DEFINITELY LEARN FROM SKIPPING THROUGH THE REST OF THE VIDEOS. I AM GREATLY SORRY, AND I TALK MORE ABOUT IT IN THE PROLOGUE. SINCE MY END RESULT WAS AMAZING, THERE WAS MORE REASON TO UPLOAD THE ENTIRE PROJECT RATHER THAN SCRAP IT. PUT OUT WORK!! NO REGRETTSSSSS!!!!
Did you ever wonder how to use the Gradient Mesh tool in Adobe Illustrator? If you have never used the tool, I would recommend giving it a try. It is capable of beautiful things within the software of Adobe Illustrator.
This tutorial is a complete movie walkthrough where i teach the audience from A-Z, on how to draw a face realistically in Adobe Illustrator. The entire project uses vector math art, not raster art, to construct a perfect photographic resemblance. The idea is to trick viewers into thinking it is photography. Also, the major benefit of re-creating images in vector, is that this allows for unlimited scale at 100% lossless compression. Scale any drawing to infinity with this beautiful way of drawing.
The featured image can be downloaded here, along with the art hair brushes i used.
Image source from Pixabay.com (Free Non-Copyright Imagery)
Software – Adobe Illustrator
Produced by MarkD Arts (Mark DiMattei)
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