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Wednesday, April 9, 2008

How to draw Vampire bat monster

How to draw Vampire bat monster.  Gimp tutorial drawing and painting: Vampire Humanoid Bat creature monster fantasy concept step by step video tutorial lesson.

Drawing and sketching Vampire Humanoid Bat creature: How to draw Vampire Humanoid Bat creature monster fantasy concept step by step video tutorial short and easy lesson. Drawing and sketching variety of different fantasy sci-fi creature monster designs. From basic sketching to finish Vampire Humanoid Bat creature drawing quick concept style for comics cartoon illustration, manga, anime. The video demonstrates how to quickly create an efficient concept design from concept idea into visual. Quick and easy instruction from drawing face and body of Werewolf concept design and illustration: Step by Step concept design sketching and drawing online lesson.

This tutorial is using GIMP 2.4

Here is Step by Step Process:

1) Scribble construction lines create shape and form.
2) Begin establishing simple value for overall picture and block in so that, maybe or possibly, it will get somewhere.
3) Refine drawing over the established construction line and values. (Notice the face and head area.)
4) Refine and clean up value to create a more solid form and define focal point.

5) And a final sketch with some color.

Here is a Video Tutorial: How to draw a Vampire Humanoid Bat Creature.

Drawing Software & Tools I used and recommended:
-Wacom Intuos3 6X8 Pen Tablet
-Bamboo (Small) Pen Tablet (new from Wacom!) Economy for everyone.

-Gimp (Free Download)
-Adobe Photoshop CS2 (Professional software)
*You can just use pencil, paper, markers on this one...just practice rendering.

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    Anonymous said...

    I just stumbled onto your site today and I gotta say it's great. Thanks for uploading all these tutorials.

    XIA said...

    Thanks for stoping by

    shade said...

    thanks for spending your time to make this great tutorial, its help me a lot to understanding gimp

    Anonymous said...

    I never used drawing pads whichone would u recommend? Bigger is better? I was thinking of buying Intuos3 A4 oversize Graphic Tablet CAD... but I have no idea if thisone is worth the prize. Do u have any hint for a "nondrawingpaduser"? How long does it take to learn the handling? Thank you for your page its great! Keep up the good work.

    XIA said...

    Anonymous> As far as technology nowadays goes...any would be fine. Size? I use 6 x8 but yes, bigger is better if you can effort, it costs more. It's really up to your comfort level. It's like sketchbook, some like them BIG, some like them small. The learning curve could take a while to adjust to your specific liking. Drawing wise, it's should take you a couple weeks to month to get use to.
    Good luck! :)

    Heartofdorkness said...

    Nice to know that you gave Gimp a chance, I use it all the time. Tried to use Photoshop, but i didn't like it much. I like this drawing, and i was wondering about how long it took. I know it has been a long time since you did it, but could i get an estimate.

    I have been trying to draw faster, even though i still haven't been able to draw good, I'd like to draw faster. :D

    I usually only draw Pokemon and it takes me forever to draw the simplest things. I want to know about how long a drawing like this should take.

    Well thanks for all your help.

    idrawgirls said...

    @heart of dorkness about 20 mins, just focus on drawing consistently everyday. Like 2-4 hours a day, then you will be fast. Also go to life drawing session, gestures drawing from life will make you extremely fast.

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