Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Tutorial Thingy


This is a demonstration I did here at Avalanche for my fellow artists. Others have posted or may post their demonstrations as well. I talk mostly about shape-making and composition then start a sketch (which eventually became my "Wii Warrior" a few posts before this one) using those principles. It's pretty long but is hopefully informative in some way to those interested, if any, in my thinking process.

14 comments:

Mark Behm said...

Very cool. Thanks for doing that!

Heather Keele said...

I had no idea how much planning goes into each picture you draw. I mean, I knew you had some general idea and way of doing things, but I really never understood your process until now. Very elightening!

Steven Keele said...

Very nice demo. Great concepts for any one looking to draw and design.

Josh Keele said...

Cool demonstration. I learned some new things. Thanks.

JeremySaliba said...

tremendously awesome- thanks for posting it.

Bryan Wynia said...

Thanks for this. Alot of great info!

Heather Dixon said...

Awesome, wish I could've been there!

Jakes Blog said...

Nice! I Like this tutorial a lot.

Jason Pruett said...

thanks. it's stuff I've heard before - but, repetition being the second principle of learning, it's always good to hear it again - and see it in different circumstances. thanks

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Alex Tingey said...

What's the name of the artist you mention? Obeen Delku? haha, I can't quite catch it but I like his stuff. Thanks.

raykilic said...

Hi,
its really awesome.. But if I search in googlevideos, why I can't find this video with the search words like tutorial thingy or kevin keele?

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agradoville said...

New to this site. AMAZING STUFF.
Kevin, do you have a synopsis of the tools(pencils, pens, paper) you use for sketching?
Again, so inspired by your work.