This is another result from the workshop "Practical Light and Color Theory and Application" with Jeremy Vickery. What I enjoyed the most out of this result was seeing, "live", how the use of values can lead you to a perception of depth. Take a look at the crater at the left of the image, there's a feeling of depth, a valley, even though it's all 2D. What can I say? It feels like m-art-gic.
It was a challenge to follow Jeremy Vickery's sped up painting videos, trying to simulate and understand his choices. Colors and the way you apply them can make or break your art. A different style that I rather enjoyed practicing.
In this title, Jeremy discusses the fundamentals of light and color from a very practical standpoint. Going back to the basics of how light works in the real world, he focuses on an often neglected subject. Intended as an introduction to understanding light and color, the lecture covers topics such as bounced light, shadows, atmosphere and camera effects, going beyond basic color theory while staying relatively untechnical. Jeremy demonstrates many practical examples of how to apply the concepts to both 2D and 3D image creation.