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Digital Artist & illustrator Patrick Brown Tutorial on how to draw & paint Tony Montana of S


This tutorial will illustrate basic techniques of drawing, sketching, inking and digitizing your artwork. Publicado el 20 de diciembre de 2011.


"I have lived in Australia my whole life, I started drawing at the age of 5. From there I turned it into my hobby and by the time I hit college I learned how to use my art digitally using Photoshop. I have always been greatly inspired by many things, from games to movies and even TV series. If I like something I draw it. Most people call me a fan artist, but I like to think of it as giving me a reason to draw something so I can improve myself for better things. I love what I do, I always have. Without my fans I am nothing, so thank you to everyone who enjoys my work"

Patrick is a very respected artist and illustrator from australia. Drawing inspiration from movies, television, comics, video games and the like, he masterfully creates striking images blending traditional and digital art techniques. Patrick is best known for his unique comic-like style that encompasses raw action and movement. Much of his work encompasses popular videogame characters including GTA series, Hitman series, Assassin’s Creed series, UNCHARTED series and others, his style has been duplicated over the years and yes, he does take on private commission projects from time to time. see for details.

Patrick worked with IO Interactive and the creators of Hitman to create fan art illustrations for a Hitman: absolution marketing campaign. HE HAS contributed to clothing designs for action movie star and stuntman Scott Adkins (Expendables 2, Undisputed 2 and 3). Patrick has had numerous magazine features over the years, during 2010 he had worked with The Official Playstation Magazine France and had a monthly 2-page feature in which he created artwork based on the latest games. In June, 2010, he was awarded for Fan Artist of the Month by He also had a number of online features with websites such as Kotaku, Geektyrant, Gods-of-Art and more. in early 2012 patrick's work was published in anthony geoffroy's world famous caricatures book.

Patrick Brown’s passion for illustration only grows stronger with time. he finds new challenges in each new piece he creates, aiming to improve to his maximum potential. THIS BOOK IS long overdue and we hope you are blown away by his talent. Stay tuned for a possible comic and exclusive video workshop and lessons that will turn you into a fanatic artist!.

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