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Study Painting with Greg Manchess


Gregory Manchess

Twice a year, I teach an online class about painting and illustration for Rebecca Guay’s SmArt School. For fourteen weeks, students get a no-holds-barred approach to designing compelling images that make your portfolio stand out. No, it’s not like any art class. I ask students to come with their own mission: what do they plan to concentrate on, what direction do they want to take. Assignments are based on that approach, so everyone is working…

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Twitch VOD for “Totem of the Rat King” Watercolor


Justin Gerard

February 25, 2020 - I've started livestreaming recently Wednesday's on Twitch. (I have no idea what I'm doing but we are having a lot of fun!) Today, I'd like to share with you the recording of last week's stream where we painted a few of the figures from my upcoming Dungeon Master Series Illustration, The Totem of the Rat King.  The demonstration is in traditional watercolor, and we cover tools, materials and techniques used over the course of the 3 hour stream. We also recap the digital process used in the previous Wednesday's stream. You can watch the full VOD here: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/554468592?collection=FBPz_xw29RUeIA   We plan to try and make this a weekly event. If you'd like to catch a future Twitch stream, we plan to go live Wednesdays 10AM to 1PM EST!  Tomorrow's stream will be a drawing demo!

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