Many thanks again to Hammerknight for putting together (by request, mind you, how’s that for customer service!) this nifty tutorial on how to make custom jester hats with HeroMachine 3. Click on the image to see it at the original, larger, more legible size.
Many thanks to Hammerknight for putting together recipe cards for two more poses. Let him know in the comments that you appreciate his work putting these together, and any requests you might have for additional help topics. Click on any one of these to embiggen it.
Many thanks to Hammerknight for putting together another great set of guides to alternate poses with HeroMachine 3.
Enjoy! As always, click on any one of these to see it at a larger, more legible size.
By request, Hammerknight is working on some recipe cards for alternate poses in HeroMachine 3. It’s turning into a monster so it’s taking a bit longer than he thought, but here’s a sneak peek at what is coming up hopefully next week. Thanks HK!
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Hammerknight has put together a great quick guide to how to properly place hands on your illustrations. HeroMachine 2 didn’t let you change anything from the default spots so it wasn’t an issue, but with HM3 you can rotate and move and flip the arms and hands however you like, and sometimes that can cause problems. Even we professional illustrators sometimes have to break out a mirror and check out how things are supposed to go, so I am sure you’ll find this wonderful guide very handy. Thanks HK!
Hammerknight has put together a very comprehensive and enlightening guide to assembling group shots of your characters using photo editing software. It’s good stuff, many thanks to him for undertaking it!
I have to confess I don’t know what a Chibi is, but luckily for you, Hammerknight does! And he’s put together this very cool set of recipes for how to make your own with HeroMachine 3. Another masterful job by the Master Chef, thanks HK. Click on any page to see it in a larger, more legible size.
Many thanks to Hammerknight for another excellent recipe for building your own custom helmets in HeroMachine 3. Great work as always, HK! Click on an image to see it in a larger, more legible size.
Hammerknight put together a series of comic book templates you could use in a paint program like Photoshop or MS Paint or whatnot to assemble your own issue out of your HeroMachine characters. Thanks once again, big guy! After the jump you’ll find layouts for the cover and multiple different pages. Just click on any one to get a full-size version which you can save to your local hard drive.
Hammerknight’s put together an outstanding set of tips for this week about how important the “little things” are to making a really top-notch illustration. He’s absolutely dead-on about this, folks. The whole point of creating a “fantastic” illustration is to draw the viewer’s belief in to the point where they are convinced that you are depicting something real. Anything that jerks the viewer out of that created reality shatters the illusion. It’s one of the (many) things that drives me nuts about Liefeld’s art, they go through all this trouble to create these pulse-pounding worlds and at every turn, there’s something so jarringly wrong you can’t help but be drawn up short.
Anyway, hope you enjoy these as much as I did, they’re quite excellent. Thanks HK! As always, just click on any image to see it in a much larger and more legible size.