I guess I just learned something necessary from your comment in this tutorial~~ Im used to think concept artists are nothing different from other artists cuz they all deal with the same art, but your words just now help me realize what kind of art I should produce (the fact was that someone had once suggested me to become concept artist instead of anime drawer yet I wasn't giving too much attention to it since I wasn't well understood about it XD).
Thank you very much for this! What I really liked was the little tidbits of wisdom, such as "The eye reads a picture from left to right" and "The camera angle is low, the first trick to letting the viewer in on the action"... These are the professional tidbits that help us noobs! Thank you so much! +Devwatch!
I know this is not a comment on technique, but personally I really like the colours you had going on in no. 4, the atmosphere is much stronger with the warm contrast (especially in the foreground) which has somewhat been lost in the final product, which looks a lot more monochromatic, but well that's just me.
Nice going-through. I think this is going to help, thanks.
And as I'm fairly new to this kind of drawing, how exactly do you paint these?... Do you use special brushes in Photoshop? How do you manage the layers? and Do you think it's managable to draw something like this with a mouse instead of a graphic tablet? (Did you actually use one?) These are some questions that I asked myself on how you make such beautiful art. Thanks in advance...