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February 2nd, 2009 #274
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February 3rd, 2009 #276
Redfrog-Thank you very much .I am trying hard to get to the next level
Ok made some training in rendering general face.
All mouse, no ref no presketch scanned or something else.
Also made some variations to see if i made it flexible to become more than one products.
February 4th, 2009 #277
I LOVE the last one in post #274!!
And those last faces...good work!
Glad to see you are studying so hard!! :=)
I have a sketchbook!
February 4th, 2009 #278Registered User
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hey! the shadow looks much better in my point of wiew. only try to blure the shadow more in the further part of it and sharpen it in the closer parts of it (if you know what I want to say )
I can see you are studying faces hard and they semm to be better each time. Bat these eyes seem to be too close to the eyebrows. Draw the eyelid bigger.
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February 4th, 2009 #279
Alicelefay-Thnx alice !!!
Kalim-Yeah i understand, and i did it in this piece that i am uploading now.Maybe its not clear enough but i did blurred it in its further part.
Thnx for the eyes info.
I need your hard critique to point out more of my faults.Thnx for support
A character study i did today.(entirely in photoshop no ref no nothing)
I need to work a lot harder.
Maybe next time ill try to throw some more collection of quick characters
February 4th, 2009 #280
wow, cool stuff! you've done a lot of work, I really like your mammoth thing.
I saw you coloured it in grey first then coloured it in afterwards? doesn't that mean you colour it in twice? lol as you can see I don't know much about painting, the only thing I painted out my head was 1 character so far!
February 4th, 2009 #281
Alextooth-Which one is the mammoth ?
Anyway sometimes i do the coloring without having done the greyscale.But there are times that i do it first in greyscale to indicate volumes, values etc.Its a good way to practice your imagination and understanding.
But mine still in early levels.I need to work harder and i will soon post more quick characters.
After the greyscale there are some fast ways to color it in simple ways.You add a new layer in multiply.But in my case i add some different layers about what i want to color and in what type(like overlay or vivid light etc.) and then a normal layer blending the final details, like reflextions of some colors etc.
Soon more updates
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February 4th, 2009 #282
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February 4th, 2009 #283
Tiny character double!!!
jedininjaman-Thank you very much!!! .Well yes when i finish it then i crop it.You think its a bad that i do this? I started it before some time so it will be easy enough to get rid of it if its a bad habbit.
I did a couple of "damned" characters entirely in photoshop with my beloved mouse lol
if you see them strange, take them to photoshop and in level adjudgment lower the middle one.It must fix the fuking problem my screen have.
See ya thnx for support
February 4th, 2009 #284
February 4th, 2009 #285
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February 4th, 2009 #286
Reject-D-Thnx ,i'll do!!!
Jacky-Boy-Thank you jacky, i think i am gonna make a huge collection and then that i will be better i am gonna take some of them in the next level
From the production directly in here, lol.I just made another quick demonic monster.
Its like the demon gate opened in my sketchbook and i am gonna take this far cause it helps me improving the rendering.
All mind and mouse
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