Med’s Map: Your Guide to Digital Painting Mastery
You too can paint like a professional. With this comprehensive course, you’ll learn the techniques you need to work as a concept artist or digital illustrator.
So You Want to Be a Pro?
If you want to become a professional illustrator or concept artist, you need a clear map of how to get there.
I’ve taken everything I learned from my last 10 years working in the concept art industry. And I’ve compiled the techniques you actually need to know into this comprehensive course.
“Can I use Procreate? Are your brushes compatible with other painting software?”
Yes! Aside from Photoshop, you can use Clip Studio Paint and Procreate. Many students are using an iPad to follow the course.
I’ll Show You How
Each lesson gives you step-by-step explanations for the elements of digital painting.
Over the course of 15 lessons, we’ll cover the basic foundations, then work up to creating complex faces, lighting, concepts, and even stories.
What to Expect
This course is for artists, like you, who understand learning takes dedication, practice, and trial & error.
You’ll get 15 tutorial lessons with guided assignments for each lesson. You can work at your own pace, but each lesson is designed to take you a week. Think of this like a college-level course (but at a fraction of the cost).
You’re going to look back 15 weeks from now and be amazed at how far you’ve come. Here’s how one student progressed
Here’s What We’ll Cover
1: Rendering Form
3: Painting Basic Subjects
4: Building the Skull
5: Skulls with No Reference
6: Facial Features, Secret Shapes, and Ratios
7: Color Appeal
8: Value Technique
9: Alla Prima (Direct Painting)
10: Stylized Painting
11: Master Studies
12: Studying Real Faces
13: Shape Design
14: Appealing Light
15: Intro to Concept Art