Sorry, this tutorial is incomplete. Ideally I'd discuss the process of coming up with color schemes for landscapes, but I'm only an amateur when it comes to that subject, so it's better people learn form the masters out there.
Unfortunately, no. Sorry. I learned more about color since this tutorial and probably could make a really nice one, but I don't have any plans for that at this point; I've been busy with other things.
Fret not, though. There are plenty of well-made tutorials out there for you on whatever you're looking for. If you have trouble finding some for your particular project, I can try to help you out with something specific. Good luck!
The way you make such realistic clouds and rock formations is beyond my skill level, but at the top of my admiration. Despite being a tutorial for a computer drawing system, I can guarantee this will change the way I draw landscapes, even if it's just on paper. You see, I'm only a freshman in high school, so I haven't the amazing tools like you do. My parents won't get them >.<'
But this is certainly quite useful. If I post anything on here with a proper landscape, you an expect I'll be giving you some credit for the tips! I know I'm not that popular, but you certainly should be.
Even your tutorials look so unbelievably outstanding!
I'm so happy you like my artwork! And don't worry about your current skill level. If you looked at the drawings I made freshman year in high school, you'd have no idea I was the same artist.
Hopefully when your parents recognize your seriousness about getting good at art they'll get you what you need. But developing art skills on paper is where every artist should start. Best of luck to you! : )
Great! I'm happy this helps. I'd go over more types of terrain if I could, but I'm still learning, myself : / But, feel free to request a short demo of something you think I could offer. I'm always willing to share what I've learned.
I'm making a tutorial thing myself too, but it covers an entirely different genre--like basic anatomy for different ages, and storyboarding :I (it'll be up in a few weeks on some entirely different site )