Still on the fence about learning digital painting?
It’s way cheaper than traditional painting.
It’s so easy to share your work and get discovered on the web.
It’s more portable and less messy than traditional mediums.
If you did traditional painting before, you may have damaged your hardwood floors, your furniture or your favorite shirt by accidentally getting a bit of paint on it. Even if you happen to be careful enough to avoid these, you still can’t deny that sometimes you wish you could just skip the part where you have to clean up the mess you made after each project.
There are many more career opportunities and possibilities.
You can take part in a growing creative community.
It’s a fun, productive and relaxing hobby that you can enjoy in the evenings and weekends!
It doesn’t take a huge time commitment to get into.
We’re not saying that digital painting is easy. Of course, it comes with its own set of challenges, all of which are easy to overcome if you’re equipped with the right tools and knowledge. Nevertheless, we guarantee that with enough patience, practice, and learning of Photoshop techniques, you will soon create high-quality paintings that will amaze your friends and even yourself.
If you’re ready to really learn digital painting, whether you’re a beginner or someone who’s already build a foundational skillset, I invite you to check out the Digital Painting Academy. You’ll get a easy-to-follow roadmap so you always know what steps to take next, and professionally produced lessons and walkthroughs. Also, once you’re inside, you’ll get live feedback and critiques, and connect with other digital artists just like yourself! You in?
28 "Must-Have" Brushes for Painting
- Flowing & life-like hair
- Freckles & beauty spots
- Stubbles & beards of all sizes
- Realistic skin textures
- ABR Brushes (Photoshop & Procreate)
- SUT Brushes (Clip Studio Paint)