you have potential man but plz render your stuff HARD!
i don't think you understand i've just wen't from using a bambbo wacom tablet to an old motion computing tablet with pen preessure artistically the jump is signifacant!!!
this is done with sketchbook pro2 tonight still figuring things out haha
le1600 I really miss my wacom right now
wow! things look so dispaportionit right now it's crazy!!!!!!
it feels like i have too start digital painting all over again fuck!
Last edited by j.s. sabastian; April 3rd, 2012 at 06:38 AM.
Hey, looking good so far. is j.s. sebastian a homage to j.f. sebastian from blade runner?
i think one thing you could benefit from is doing a few studies of figure outlines. I say this because you tend to use multiple lines to define edges. If you could try to concentrate on making one continuous, slow line, it will improve your accuracy and your confidence. What I mean is you won't feel like you have to make more than 1 line (or a few) to define an edge).
Also on that note, try to remember that if the light source is hitting and edge...lets say the edge of an arm from above...that line is going to be much thinner than the parallel edge which is not hit by light directly.
keep going! you have imagination, now its time to hone it!
so i went to starbuck for the first time in three weeks worked on that image for an hour or two
so heres some more le1600 i found the copic color library so the color seem a little more reel
Last edited by j.s. sabastian; April 21st, 2012 at 02:08 PM.
I still think you could go far if you just pushed yourself to actually finish the stuff. I don't even have a Bamboo - I have a Volito II and trust me that was a step up from I pressure is practically non existent.