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It’s been ages since I last posted an article on digital painting and my Wacom tablet has been gathering dust. But ever since I saw that particular cover on The New Yorker, I immediately downloaded the iPhone application that was responsible for creating it.

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If you’re a noob in digital painting and struggling to create your first digital masterpiece, you need a very good video tutorial to get you up to speed fast. Otherwise, you will quickly run into problems and get frustrated fast. I have tried many tutorials on the web but a lot of them assume you […]

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An Eye For You

by Eric Pena on October 22, 2006 · 0 comments

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Congratulations to all the winners of the Wacom contest. Although I didn’t get a new Wacom tablet, I feel like a winner myself as I have learned a lot just from joining my first graphic competition. Today I spent my afternoon painting a human eye. This is my first step towards learning how to draw […]

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Airbrushing

by Eric Pena on October 8, 2006 · 0 comments

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Despite finally completing my Fiesta Fever artwork after working on it for a month, I feel that I still have plenty to learn. Now, without any competition to push myself beyond my comfort zone, I began to start taking it easy once again. I was contented on reading and looking at the artworks of other […]

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Almost did not make it!

by Eric Pena on October 1, 2006 · 0 comments

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Finally submitted my Wacom contest entry last Wednesday night. Lucky me! The next day we were hit by the strongest typhoon in 11 years aptly named “Milenyo” or “Millenium”. Power was cut-off in the whole of Luzon area. We were the lucky ones who got our electricity back the next day. Others still do not […]

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Almost There!

by Eric Pena on September 14, 2006 · 0 comments

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It’s been ten days since my last update on my digital painting. Too busy with work especially since my boss came back from the US. Anyway, I think I made some progress during the nights that I worked with my Wacom and Photoshop. Almost there and the time is almost up. Just two weeks to […]

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Carpe Diem

by Eric Pena on September 4, 2006 · 0 comments

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I did manage to work on my Wacom contest entry during the weekend but not as much as I would like to. I just had to go with my family to celebrate the 75th birthday of my father-in-law. He just came out of the hospital a few weeks ago from an illness we all thought […]

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This computer graphic artist shows us how proper research and attention to details can create an amazing digital masterpiece! read more | digg story

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Happy People

by Eric Pena on September 1, 2006 · 0 comments

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Finally, I found the time to continue with my artwork last night. “Happy People” I think will be the title of this piece for the Wacom Lifestyle Contest. I added more paint to the background and let the other people around the composition come into view. I painted some details on the guy on the […]

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Wacom Lifestyle Contest

by Eric Pena on August 29, 2006 · 0 comments

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When I became interested in digital painting a few months ago, I felt I needed to buy a graphics tablet in order for me to learn painting on a computer. Learn fast and do great. Afterall, great digital artists use tablets—I presumed. In order for me to be like them, I need to have one […]

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My Second Digital Painting

by Eric Pena on August 25, 2006 · 0 comments

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Since I’m still thinking on what to wite about on my blog, I just did my second digital painting using Adobe Photoshop. Btw, I’m still using Windows Live Writer (Beta) to post my blogs. The border and shadows on the painting are all set in Live Writer. And yes, including the watermark. Aint that cool!?

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