Thursday, October 09, 2008

Stephen King Photoshop Painting Demo

Part One

Part Two

Well, as promised, the beast is here. The beast meaning Stephen King. Hopefully you'll find this interesting, it's the first time I've done one, let alone two, of these YouTube videos with speech. Please excuse the fact that I say 'Vertical' when I should have said 'Horizontal', plus any other verbal spluttering along the way! Hope you like it, thanks for watching!

26 comments :

Nate said...

great pieces, jesus!!!, These are amazin...

Beast said...

Great Painting Paul!
When I get more time I'll watch your demos.

Maritze said...

Nice one! Those teeth are amazing!

Edo draaijer said...

Great one Paul. Love the exaggeration of King is superb. Great rendering and composition. Who much time took the complete piece?

Niall O loughlin said...

Great stuff Paul, I prefer your hand painted stuff myself, but class nonetheless.

Vincenzo said...

Fantastic Paul!!! Concept & execution, just brilliant!!!!

Eric said...

Thanks for posting these! I learned a lot in those twenty minutes.

For your brush choices, I heard you say you used a charcoal brush for the hat, and a hard round brush to block in, but what was the more natural brush that you used on the face, from part 1?

Steve said...

Very good Paul!

Moyse said...

Thanks for the comments guys!

Edo: Quite a few hours, to be honest as it was over a few weeks, I wasn't counting.

Niall: I agree, can't wait to get back to them.

Eric: it was a charcoal brush again, just varied size and opacity/flow.

Lash LeRoux said...

Paul, thanks so much for sharing! As always, I learned a great deal. Your work is entertaining and wonderful to look at, and your insight is invaluable.

Jason Seiler said...

That was great!

ramanjit said...

awesome!!!

galvinator said...

great tutorial man, and excellent caricature!

Tim Bye said...

Always great to hear an artist share their techniques! Very imformative - cheers!

Tim Bye said...

Hey Paul I noticed a link on an art site for a gallery in kent looking for artists - and noticed you live in kent & want to display some work - the link is: http://www.mascallsgallery.org/ko-ax%20call%20for%20artists09.pdf
the main website is: http://www.mascallsgallery.org/
... :o)

Moyse said...

Thanks guys for the comments.

Tim, that's a fantastic find. As you left the message, I was visiting with my brother who lives a couple of miles from that very gallery. I think it must be fate. Thank you, I'll definitely submit some work!

Tim Bye said...

Hey no problem - hope it works out for you!

Everybody's gotta be in a Gang said...

Thanks for posting this, Paul- very informative. Great job as well!

Dominic Philibert said...

Hey Moyse!
Great vid!
I really liked to see the way you're working!
It's totally different than the way i'm painting!
You did a great job!
Keep me posted!!!!!

jordi said...

Estupendo, nada ver un proceso para aprender.

eric said...

Thanks for the brush info!

Interestingly, I was in Boston yesterday and Stephen King walked right by me on Boylston Street. He was wearing that same red hat! :)

Aaron said...

Moyse is the man!

Aaron said...

Moyse is the man!

Moyse said...

Thanks again guys! Eric, wow, that is so cool!

Nelson Santos said...

Not bad ;)

Jason Pruett said...

really great stuff. the audio is fantastic. I love hearing other artists talk about their process and how they work - gives me ideas and something to listen to as I scribble. thanks