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The third image is probably your strongest. I'm impressed that you pulled that sort of detail off in MS paint as well! Working from a reference also helped you get everything in proportion. I would try working at higher resolutions so that your images don't get blurry or pixely. It would help on your first and second images in particular.
Hey Wings, I'm glad you decided to your art here. I agree with Mr.Macross, higher resolution would help the first two. Do you have a scanner? My best pieces of art were sketched in pencil first then scanned and finished in Photoshop. Just wondering, really.
A character from this one guy's story that he asked me to draw.
His staff is plexiglass; Not the best choice of material, in my opinion.
Is the story a cyberpunk journey to the west?
Wow, that looks great! I especially love the folds in the fabric. It's something I have trouble with, and you've done them beautifully. Also, very smooth painting too- Whats your method?
Wow, that looks great! I especially love the folds in the fabric. It's something I have trouble with, and you've done them beautifully. Also, very smooth painting too- Whats your method?It's really fast. I do a solid color fill layer (Light blue with the jeans), drop my brush opacity down to about 25 percent, choose a darker color, make a new layer, and paint in the shadows, putting more strokes where I want the color to be darker. Then I use the smudge tool to push the shadows around, make them look like they are blended with the fill layer. Once I am satisfied, I make a copy of my fill layer, hide it (just in case I screw up) and merge my shadow layer onto the original fill layer. From there, all you need to do is poke at it until is looks good to you, maybe painting in highlights and deeper shadows in certain parts.
[Gomi's coloring techniques]
CS3 Screenshot<-- See the options to the left of the minimap? The fourth one down is pain brushes in a cup, click on that.</p>
But to more urgent matters, who is the Girl?
But to more urgent matters, who is the Girl?Dude, Morio-kun, you are obsessed with girls. You are like the straight male equivalent of boy-crazy. You are girl-crazy.
Er, here's some small things I've done for fun recently: