The joys of freelance – As time goes by

Hello again, time for another blogpost from Studio Colrouphobia.

It has been a while and for that we are sorry. The truth is tat it comes with the territory, being a freelance-company mean that sometimes we are just crammed with work and has little time to do anything else. The past two weeks have been such a time.

 

First things first: The reaction to the tutorial we last posted has been varrying but in general it was received with thanks and praises.

The main concern voiced as the lack of detail and in-depth description, as well as “tips” on how to paint like this.

The lack of depth an detail to the tutorial comes down to what we earlier explained is in store for the future:

Some free tutorials, and some with a cost to them.

To be able to motivate the tutorials, we need to look at the time it takes to create them. As every hour of work counts in this business, most of the free tutorials will be more like walkthroughs of paintings painted in the studio anyway, mostly portfolio-pieces or commission-work that do not have an NDA or where the NDA no longer keep us from showing the illustration.

These tutorials will be less detailed, with less explanation and not loaded with tips and magic sollutions to become a great illustrator. We do, however, feel that these will be invaluable for the beginner-up-to-intermediate illustrator as it will give you anything in the range of inspiration to tidbits you didn’t know.

 

The paid tutorials will be more descriptive, most of them will also be in the form of videos with voiceover to guide you through more detailed help. Some of these will still be aimed towards the beginner or the intermediate illustrator, but thse will also suit the intermediate to “almost-pro” crowd to a bigger extent.

 

Finally, the workshops will be tailored to your needs, they will include individual feedback and help on a level that only face-to-face tutoring could out-do (and we have face-to-face workshops in mind for the future as well).

 

 

Wen it comes to “tips on how to paint like you do”, there is only one thing that will help you¬†achieve¬†the level of ability you wish to reach and that is practice.

 

So we hope you are up for the future tutorials and workshops from us, we certainly are!

 

 

And now for some works.

This time it is a little limited, as mentioned earlier, there has been a lot of work and deadlines that had to be met the past two weeks, all of which still is under NDA, but here are some further painting on Arbaal (with details). This painting is still not done, mind you, and has quite a bit left to go.

Arbaal the undefeated WiP , by David Sondered

WiP with detailshots click to zoom

 

And this is a very quick sketch of a Chaos Terminator.

 

 

Next time we will probably have a sketch to show you of a current commission that has the benefit of not being under NDA.

 

Until then!

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