After all of the excitement of having my portfolio featured on the CG society portfolio front page. I discovered that one of my works titled "Opalia" was chosen as pic of the week on Corel Painter magazines site front page. I just recently created a gallery there and only have one work uploaded so far and am already receiving good feedback.
This has really been a wonderful and lucky week for me. This is definitely great motivation to keep painting.
Here is a link:
- Tanya Wheeler Varga
- I'm a freelance digital/traditional media artist
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Saturday, August 29, 2009
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Just when I thought it would never happen I recently discovered that my portfolio is going to be featured on the front page of CG Society's portfolio front page. I'm still pretty unknown in the digital art world so this was a nice surprise. This really made my day. I'll be happy about this for the rest of the week. :)
Here is a link to the site: http://portfolio.cgsociety.org/
Thursday, August 20, 2009
Recently I was watching one of my favorite movies from Tim Burton titled "Corpse Bride" and thought I would take some free time to paint this image. I was thinking to myself "I wonder what these characters would look like if they were real" so the goal for this painting was to make these characters look more realistic.
This image is still incomplete and they still don't really look that realistic yet. I couldn't work too much into this image because of other work but I may try and finish it when I can get some free time again.
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
I have had a few people ask me if I could create a hair tutorial so I finally found some time and created this basic step-by-step process for painting hair. There is also a download for the brushes that I used as well. You can view the tutorial on my site at the link below.
For some other good news. Another one of my works has been placed on the front page of the It's Art mag website. The painting is an older work titled "Opalia" that I just recently worked into again.
Here is a link to the site