ASSASSIN’S CREED (black clothes-brush) / ASSASSIN’S CREED (ropa negra-pincel) – AG


Sorry Painters 😉 – there are more and more episodes on Assassins… Today’s topic is “How to paint a black coat” First we will apply highlights The base coat is BLACK (70.950), and it has been already applied But first of all we will add all the colors to the palette We put some BLACK (70.950) A bit of BLACK GREY (70.862) too Shake up the bottle properly GERMAN C. BEIGE WWII (70.821) BURNT UMBER (70.941) DECK TAN (70.986) These will be the colors we will use to paint the cloak Firstly we add a couple of drops to the BLACK GREY (70.862) And let’s apply the first highlight It’s crucial to only load a tiny bit of paint We apply the first highlight on the upper part of the cloak Pay close attention as I apply it on the upper wrinkles Now I am applying the first highlight to the arm On this raised part where you can see the cloak Keep applying the paint and blending it with the BLACK (70.950) If you find it difficult, you can mix BLACK GREY (70.862) with a bit of BLACK (70.950) To paint the upper wrinkles a trick is to use the side of the brush to apply the paint This way the paint will remain on the upper areas Highlighting black is arduous, and we have to go about this little by little Apply the paint, let it dry, and then repeat Always remember that, little by little, the colour will get stronger I’m applying more highlighting layers on the upper parts Don’t forget to outline the cloak, all over this edge A piece of advice when highlighting is to apply the paint on the upper areas and drag it down In this way more paint remains on the upper areas than on the lowest Here you can see the final result For the second highlight I will add a bit of GERMAN C. BEIGE WWII (70.821) to the BLACK GREY (70.862) Just a bit We add some water too Thus we get a mixture Pay close attention to the square in the top left We make the mixture and load the brush a bit – the paint must be so thin Where to apply the second highlight? In the same places as the previous step but reducing the highlighting surface Observe how I apply the second highlight on the upper wrinkles What if the paint is too thick? It would be hard to get a proper blending effect Then the best practice is to use thin paint to blend it with the previous color properly We paint this part of the cloak It’s a very important part because under the cloak there is an arm which is raised, and thus it will produce volume We have to highlight this part leaving the lower part in shadow Observe how I place my fingers to get more control of the brush Pay attention to the upper wrinkles Pay attention that I am applying some thin touches of paint to get a better blend As the paint is more diluted, we will achieve a better result Here there is the final result For the third highlight I will add DECK TAN (70.986) to the previous color Take a bit and mix them together We also add some water Pay close attention as I am loading precious little paint onto the brush I apply this highlight to the upper parts The contrast between highlights and shadows is starting to show The area to highlight is smaller than in the previous step It is crucial to outline the edge of the cloak I am adding soft touches This will add a bit of texture to the cloak A piece of advice if the blending effect is not good enough, take the previous color and fix it Observe the brushstrokes – there are soft touches to create texture on the cloak Now I will take a bit of BURNT UMBER (70.941) I add water to get something like a wash Why? I get a dirty effect to apply to the cloak and also add some hue Observe that the paint is more diluted Rest the paint on the lower part and blend it I am adding soft touches of black to shade it more Pay close attention to the dirt and grime effect Right now I paint soft points like stains I use GERMAN C. BEIGE WWII (70.821) mixed with BURNT UMBER (70.941) In that way we will get a black coat with tones, texture, and a dirt effect A very interesting cloak! That’s the final result The shadows I take a bit of BLACK (70.950) A bit of BLACK GREY (70.862) I will mix them and add some water Now I will apply this mixture on the deepest parts of the cloak In this way we will get contrast This step is crucial The paint must be very thin to get good result If we apply the paint too thick, the result will be bad By adding water we will get a proper mixture – be sure to go slowly Apply the paint, let it dry, and then repeat It is crucial to apply these shadows on the lower parts On the upper parts we will apply it softly Notice I apply the paint on the lower part and then I drag it upwards This way we get more paint on the lower parts than in the upper areas But when highlighting we do it in the opposite fashion I apply the paint on the upper part and then I drag it downwards Applying these thin layers we get a good result This is the final result To contrast between highlights and shadows Mission accomplished! 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  • Luis Mendoza

    Que bien vamos a seguir aprendiendo a mejorar nuestras técnicas de pintura

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  • É nós nos toys

    Vamos que vamos!!!!

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  • D.Dreamer

    Da gusto verte trabajar. Gracias Maestro!

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  • Juan de Dios Hourcade

    fantástico video y muy ilustrativo. Enhorabuena una vez más.

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  • Arsenic

    Un pas à pas très bien fait pour une couleur pas si facile à peindre…le noir.

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  • Aldo Lopera Garcia

    Deseando que me llegue el juego con las minis!!!

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  • la cueva del pintor

    Unos colores que yo no usaba para iluminar el negro muy bueno el video siempre aprendiendo cosas nuevas

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  • Timothy Prakope

    Nice series.

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  • Daniel Garcia

    Como siempre buen video, gracias

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  • Luis Gargallo

    Genial! Muy limpio

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  • compuglohipermeganet

    menuda flamenca estas tu hecha con esas vueltas!!! 0:20 ole ole y oleee jajajaja xD

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  • José Luis Núñez Diaz

    Como siempre un placer verte trabajar. Para un negro brillante, ¿se podría iluminar con azules o quedaría muy cantoso?

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  • David Rodríguez

    Otra de esas cosas que parecían estar ocultas en la red… lo traes tan facil!

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  • Jose Almazan

    Otro vídeo súper instructivo, en este le toca al negro, en los otros blanco y rojo, colores básicos con sus correspondientes mezclas para luz y sombra, que más se puede pedir! Bravissimo 👏🏻

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  • Francisco J. Prados

    !Genial! La verdad, la serie te está quedando de lo más interesante y, la mini…¡Brutalísima! A seguir así. ¡Gracias!

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  • IGNACIO DIEZ

    Muy bueno dar suciedad con el sombra tostada, no se me había ocurrido!!!

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  • Maciek Kacprzak

    Great another hard topic like BLACk – don't stop Angel & give us more. Magnificent job

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  • Fertona Portalés

    Iluminar negro…menudo quebradero de cabeza. Aplicar sombras al final he de probarlo. Pedazo vídeo como de costumbre. Un saludo!

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  • Nax Ladrón

    Ya tenemos blanco negro y rojo. Ahora a por amarillo. Gracias por tu tiempo Ángel

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  • Sergio Espín

    Yo hubiera hecho las luces sólo con un gris, pero tu técnica es muy más natural

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  • Antonio J.

    Pfff que wapisima esa capa, yo pensaba que había que perfilar todo en estos casos como el negro para marcarlo bien. Genial

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  • kxx355

    Very usefully

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  • SERGIO RODRIGUEZ

    Ci vediamo alla prossima puntata XDXD Seguimos aprendiendo

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  • Marcos Sanz

    Está quedando impresionante. Y además se aprende mucho. Y en esta serie en colores tan interesantes. Gracias!

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  • Nick Smith

    Thank you for not placing all of your content behind a paywall. Great work.

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  • James Finlay

    Fantastic work Angel. Really interesting to see a black shaded with brown tones rather than the standard blue/green that is commonly seen for black.

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  • Thor Ostberg

    Muchísimas gracias por el tutorial, el negro siempre es un coñazo y lo has dejado increíble. Brutal… como todos.

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  • Guillermo Soto Gómez

    Extrañé la bomba de humo jajaja

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  • Owen Morgan-Jones

    I really like the way you're using deck tan and beiges in both the black and the white to stop the figure looking too monochrome :D.

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  • laurapirata21

    Este video me viene al dedillo de lo que estaba pintando, genial como siempre

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  • Michael Emu

    Great as always!!!

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  • gusimd

    Interesantes los colores que usas para iluminar el negro

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  • Takelberry

    Serie de tutoriales simplemente genial!

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  • Sven Seidel

    Awesome work and again a great videotutorial👍

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  • lorenzo barbieri

    Amazing!!😍

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  • Dabz Miniaturas

    Qué ganas de verlo terminado.

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  • capitanfinger

    ¡Y yo que pensaba que se me daba bien pintar negros…! 😂 Ni un solo video sin algo que aprender.

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  • Jose Mateos

    Me encanta como esta quedando!

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  • Rafael Danís Malvárez

    Que interesante y divertido resulta pintar así el negro, gracias un vídeo más

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  • Hubert Szymański

    Great work as usual. I envy such skills. I keep practicing and take full handfuls of your tutorials. THANKS!!!

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  • Borja chacón

    Gran trabajo,es recomendable hacer primero el trabajo de luces y después el de sombras? Graciass

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  • MurdrEmJorge

    Awesome! Your work is a huge inspiration! Would love to see you tackle purple one day… Specially with the Nocturna set 😉 keep up the great work!

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  • JM Guerrero

    Genial resultado, gracias

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  • Agustin Maldonado Octavio

    Hay alguna razón para empezar por las luces y no por las sombras??. Muy interesante, me ha gustado mucho

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  • Kevin Burgham

    Thank you!

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  • Giovanni Sebastiano Pecora

    You open my eyes! I always made the black drapery wit grey shadows, use the beige and the "deck tan" is simple superb! The cape look dusted but not dirty, I love it!

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  • jose antonio valenzuela padilla

    love 😀

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  • ElWray8

    You are amazing sir. Been following you since the early Infinity days and you never fail to blow my mind.

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  • Thiago Bahury

    I always struggle to paint black cloth.

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  • Kike Velasquez

    Una cosa Ángel, mira de dejar bien liso el papel en la paleta húmeda. Es que al crear las arrugas se generan más brillos y hace que cueste apreciar bien el color que te queda en las mezclas. Que los que somos miopes y solo podemos ver los vídeos en el móvil te lo agradeceremos 😉

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  • juan peñaranda

    Gracias por tu ayuda. Hoy tocará probar esa combinación para iluminar negros. XD

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  • Cristiano Normal

    At first, I thought the beige would tint the black, very nice!

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  • Jose Manuel Hernando Valle

    Genial tutorial! Me ponía malo pintar ropas negras y tras verlo tengo ganas de probarlo!

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  • Iban grande lucas

    Genial video, como todos. Espero verte en las Freakwars

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  • Alvargonzal

    Que opinas de iluminar el negro con Rosa?, Me parece supercurioso.

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  • Nicole Steele

    I really wish these videos had an English audio option.

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  • carlinhos78

    Genial como siempre, mil gracias!!!

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  • neil brown

    Thank.you oh thank you.oh thank you! Doing loads of figures from Batman and the black cloaks are killing me!! 😫 This will come in handy 👍🏼

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  • Roberto Allue

    Solamente puedo decir, ¡maravilloso!

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  • Manu Franco

    Parece fácil…

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  • SutenHabaki

    Pues anda que no es complicado un buen negro… gracias por el vídeo!!!

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  • Leonardo Rezende

    Really good video for black clothes.

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  • Miguel Contreras

    Una maravilla!!! Se ve fácil cuando lo haces! Quiero la mini de los 15k!

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  • Jose Campos

    Gracias por este magnífico video sobre pintar luces en colores negros. A mi particularmente me ha ayudado mucho, pues me trae siempre de cabeza este color. Así que muchisimas gracias!!

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  • Florencio Ontalba Juárez

    La verdad es que lo del negro es dificilillo….porque en cuanto te pasas de luces parece cualquier otra cosa.
    Interesante video…aunque.la paleta para darle matices a esos negros de cuero o telas son extensas….

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  • Jordi Brescó

    Aprendiendo con cada video. Genial

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  • Stephen

    Another great video, great to see non blue used as highlight tones

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