Just a quick note.
The paintings on this page were either created by paint or Painter’s Essentials 6 (which I highly recommend using for digital art).
The photo pieces were taken by a Canon Rebel DSLR camera and edited using Corel After Shot 3.
I also used the Wacom drawing tablet (again highly recommended!) to create most of the pieces below!
Byrd Creations Owner
This is my second attempt at using Corel Painter Essentials 6 and it was a complete success! I wanted to create a little fan art for the Into the Spider Verse film that I saw a couple months ago. I plan to add a New York City background on to this later, but for now enjoy this process gif of Miles!
This piece was the first one I created using Corel Painter’s Essentials 6! It turned out better than I ever could of hoped! I got inspired to create this one from looking at other light blub creations on Pinterest… there are a lot. With a lot of crazy things in them from butterflies and hot air balloons to boats and whales. I did not see an octopus however, so I decided to take a crack at it. This is the result.
This crazy rainbow piece was inspired by Dr.Suess’s book Horton Hears a Who. When I saw this plant all I could think of was the friendly elephant who saved a tiny town that lived on a tiny speck. So, I created colorful editions of my original photo of the plant.
I made this gif by taking the original photos and playing with exposure, hues, saturation, and contrast. Turned out better than I expected.
One of my favorite things to draw are eyes. So when I got my new drawing tablet I naturally drew an eye to test the tablet out. Here is the result.
I created this piece with paint. It was the first piece that I created that was animated.