Whether you’re new to the world of digital painting, or are struggling to perfect your craft, you’ll appreciate this video that commercial artist, Court Jones from Proko, has made on what NOT to do (and conversely WHAT do to) to make your digital paintings convey your unique personal style.
Court Jones works as a freelance commercial illustrator and caricature entertainer in San Diego, California. He has done a lot of published illustration and concept work for film and TV projects, editorial and product illustration for clients such as Atlantic Records, Upper Deck, Rolling Stone Magazine, Wired Magazine, The Washington Post, The San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego Uptown News and Blizzard Entertainment, among others.
Proko is an online resource for artists where they’ll get fantastic art instruction videos that are both entertaining and educational. Proko’s core message is to make learning fun. If you’re having fun and enjoying the learning process, you’ll learn better because you’re paying attention, will retain more information, are more likely to continue learning and much more likely to go back and re-watch the tutorials. You’ll also leave more inspired and highly motivated to go practice. If ‘fun’ and ‘informative’ had a baby they would name it Proko.