How to Draw Cars | Photoshop Speed Rendering

March 28, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

Welcome to yet another video tutorial on photoshop speed painting.  We are going to continue on with some speed paintings that will help you to draw cars from reference photographs.  Reference photographs are always useful to train your mind to see the photos as a collection of shapes, value, texture, and patterns.  Matte painters in the movie industry always have this wonderful knack of making their paintings look  photo realistic from a distance.  This is not because they render each and every detail but rather understand how to create these “patterns” and “shapes” quickly in order to indicate the complexity.

Step back, relax and watch the video.  Hopefully you will learn something new ;)  Oh…yeah….special thanks to Goodwood Revival which is an organization dedicated to helping drivers and spectators relive the glorious motor sport days of the 40s, 50s, and 60s racing era.  They have just stunning photography that captures the intensity and energy of the races.  I used one of their photographs for this demonstration.

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