PDF Step by Step - The Walking Dead

Finally, I´m proud to present the first issue of the Step by Step Magazine. Step by step is a complete tutorial about inspiration, composition, painting processes, scenography, etc. of my Walking Dead diorama, second in show in the 2013 Chicago Crystal Brush Awards. You´ll have the possibility to learn how I created this piece and how I painted the figures and the base. Painting human and dead skin, blood effects, weathering effects on vehicles, fabrics, metals, how to use pigments, etc.


This is the PDF version, but remember that I will send for printing the three tutorials and the portfolio, so You´ll have the copies soon at your home*. Feel free to contact me for any question!






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* Only if you chose the perk C and above. The copies will send when I finish the three tutorials and the portfolio.

14 comments:

  1. Thank's Enrique, you have put a lot of effort in this...very nice design and impressive content!

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  2. Amazing. It's fantastic and very useful.
    You can read a comment in the spanish web dragonesycastillos.com

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  3. An incredible work, the format, the texts, the images are plenty professional. Amazing. Now, to read this carefully, there a lot of useful information inside.

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  4. An awesome job . Very good accomplishment . Very good composition. Very good pictures . And very well explained. Work at the highest level . I'm really happy to have participated in this campaign. Thanks Emuse

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  5. Thank you guys! I appreciate so much your feedback!

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  6. There are a lot of Step by Step in Internet, but this looks really professional. I´m agree with all previous comments. Incredible work.

    You have worked hard in recent months, so the pdf´s and Crystal Brush award are just a sample of it.

    I was moved when I read the section of "Thanks to". Thank you Enrique.

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  7. Awesome tutorial!
    Bravo! It's really professionally done. The layout just suits the scene from the layout effects to the colours just perfect. Also imo they are very well used to underline the text structure. For example on one side the the old chapter is on a bright surface and when the new chapter starts its blended over with an cool effect to a dark colour. All these colours in the layout are also in the scene so it fits perfectly. Very atmospheric!
    On the photos you always can see what has been described in the text, it's never like "well he said he did this and that but I can't see the difference to the previous photo" especially when it's about the paintjob. Also you can zoom in 200% and the photos are still sharp. So you can enjoy every detail of the scene especially on the detail shots!
    The tutorial itself is just like the rest pure awesomeness in perfection! In the text it's always described what the intentions were for what's been done on the scenic composition, the colour choice etc. It starts with the description of the idea for the scene and the inspiration material used, goes over to the planning of the scenic composition -it's described why which element is where-, building it and painting it -explaining what mood with which colours was intented to be achieved and stuff like that-. I myself really like it a lot when it's told WHY the colours used are used and WHY the zombie lies where he lies, that's very well done in this tutorial!
    So from my side I think this is a really, really aaaawwwweeeesssssooooommmmeeee tutorial! Thanks for that!
    I can't wait to see the next ones and to receive the combined printed versions!

    For the ones that didn't back the campaign I can only hope the printed version of the tutorials will be made available for them at some point in the future...otherwise they've really missed something!

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  8. Sorry, am I just daft? I cannot see how to purchase this.

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    1. Hi Andrew.

      It´s an exclusive reward for the backers of my indiegogo campaign. Sorry, but thanks for your interest!

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  9. Hi Emuse, i can't find a link to your indiegogo project on the site?

    Spencer

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    1. Hi Spencer.

      The indiegogo campaign expired a few months ago. Sorry!

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  10. Hi Enrique

    How can i buy the pdf files?

    Thks a lot

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    1. Hi.

      Please, send me an email.

      http://emusestudio.blogspot.com.es/p/about-me_24.html

      Thanks and best regards

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