Learn all about digital painting: mixing paint, working with layers and brushes, using color creatively, sketching, and painting with photographs.
1h 49m • COURSE
Painting Foundations: Creating Palettes for the Landscape with Will Kemp
Recreate the color palettes of nature and paint more evocative landscapes with this painting class from artist and art instructor Will Kemp.
4h 6m • COURSE
Painter 2019 Essential Training with John Derry
Get started with the 2019 version of Painter. Learn basic and advanced creative techniques that can help you kick-start your creative process.
3h 44m • COURSE
Wacom Essential Training with John Derry
Learn how to set up and master your Wacom tablet in ways that streamline your work, expand your creative options, and warm up your drawing arm.
3h 19m • COURSE
Drawing and Painting in Photoshop with Daniel Lieske
Learn how draw and paint digitally using Adobe Photoshop. This course is designed specifically for artists who want to transition their skills to a digital canvas.
5h 16m • COURSE
The Making of Amsterdam Mist: The Vehicles with Bert Monroy
Learn how to create hyperrealistic cars, boats, and bicycles, like the ones featured in Bert Monroy's painting Amsterdam Mist, with Photoshop CC.
3h 56m • COURSE
Jason Seiler: Digital and Traditional Painter with Jason Seiler
Jason Seiler, artist and illustrator for Rolling Stone, Billboard, Time, the New Yorker, and more, talks about his influences and career path in this short documentary.
51m 58s • COURSE
You'll learn digital painting with these experts
John Derry is a pioneer of digital painting and one of the original authors of Corel Painter.
Since 1985, he has leveraged his background in drawing and painting to advance the look and experience of traditional art-making tools on the computer. John has a master's degree in painting from Cranbrook Academy of Art, is a practicing artist and photographer, and has two U.S. patents relating to expressive digital mark-making. Adobe recently designated John as a Photoshop Painting Pioneer. He teaches digital painting workshops and holds a Photographic Craftsman degree from Professional Photographers of America. John can be found online at www.pixlart.com.
Will Kemp is an award-winning professional artist and teacher with his own online art school.
Will studied in Italy, ran his own art gallery, taught in museums and schools, and now runs his own online art school, where he shares his professional secrets with aspiring artists. Learn more at willkempartschool.com.
Daniel Lieske is a passionate artist and CG designer. He is currently a product specialist at Wacom.
In addition to his involvement in the German forum Digitaldecoy and his work creating digital art for computer and console games, Daniel is the creator of The Wormworld Saga, an acclaimed online graphic novel. Visit his website at http://www.digitaldecoy.de.
Bert Monroy is a digital painter, early Photoshop adopter, and instructor.
Bert is considered a pioneer of digital art. He is a hyperrealistic digital painter who builds his digital paintings as a traditional artist would: adding color and texture, but on a digital canvas. He is a veteran of the advertising industry and commercial illustration. Bert coauthored the first book on Photoshop and has authored several books since. He has written hundreds of magazine articles and had a monthly column in Photoshop User Magazine called "From Bert's Studio." Bert was a regular on TechTV for almost four years and until recently hosted PixelPerfect with Bert Monroy, a weekly Photoshop podcast for Revision3.com that aired for over three years.
Bert was a host for a weekly podcast entitled Pixel Playground here on LinkedIn Learning, where he also has a vast library of tutorial videos. An accomplished teacher and lecturer, Bert has served on the faculties of the School of Visual Arts (New York), the Center for Creative Imaging (Maine), California College of the Arts, and San Francisco State University. His client list includes: Apple, Adobe, Pixar, and Disney Animation. Bert was a member of the Photoshop World Dream Team and in 2004 was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame.
Jason Seiler is a Chicago-based artist. His illustrations appear in Rolling Stone and the New Yorker.
Jason Seiler is a Chicago-based artist who began his professional career in a rather unorthodox way. After getting in trouble for drawing parodies of his history teacher in high school, Jason's quick-thinking principal hired him to draw portraits of different faculty members. A professional artist was born. Jason went on to study fine art illustration at the American Academy of Art in Chicago for two years before beginning his professional work in earnest. Jason's illustrations and paintings have been featured as covers and interior pieces for publications such as Rolling Stone, Billboard, Utne Reader, Time, the New Yorker, Der Spiegel, Businessweek, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Observer, the Weekly Standard, MAD, Golf Digest, Adweek, KING, Revolver, Guitar Player, and the Village Voice as well as for companies such as Adobe, Penguin Group, Disney, New Line Cinema, Universal Pictures, Aardman Animations, and Sony Image. Jason worked as a character designer on Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland, helping to create such characters as the Red Queen, the Tweedles, and the Bandersnatch. He has also painted six stamps for the USPS Forever series and four paintings for the film Escape from Planet Earth.
Jason's work has been exhibited several times at the Society of Illustrators in New York as well as at the Society of Illustrators West, where he was awarded the silver medal for his portrait of Elvis Costello. In 2014, he was awarded the Patrick Nagel Award for Excellence for his painting Mother Can you Spare a Room, for the Wall Street Journal. His work has also been exhibited in , TASCHEN's Illustration Now! 3, and the books Digital Art Masters and Digital Painting Techniques by 3D Total. Most recently he was a keynote speaker for the Adobe MAX conference held in October 2014.
Last but not least, Seiler has been an art instructor for several years with Schoolism.com, the online art school created by Imaginism Studios in Toronto.