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July 31st, 2009 #1
This is my first work with Photoshop...it's a short comic story.
I always work in black and white but i'm finaly starting to use some color.
Sorry...i need to resize the pictures and post them later.
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July 31st, 2009 #3
I think you may have overused the lens flare filter. Once, in the first image, might be enough. If you can avoid it altogether, that would be even better.
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August 1st, 2009 #4
I agree with the lens flare comment... Other wise these are pretty rockin'.
I think the black outlines are well executed here, and that's not always easy to do. Nice line quality and dark shapes. I would consider making all or most of one side of that pyramid black, or adding some of the shading lines like you do... Just a thought, tho.
Sweet character design, too. He looks really consistent throughout the series.
These are the Awesome.
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August 1st, 2009 #5
Thx for the replys....i need alot of practising with photoshop and your tips are helping me to master the program.
Working in color is a whole new dimension and i think i'm going to do the pages all over with your new tips.
I need to look for another way to render sunlight (lens flare)because i need a constant energy source for my character.....i needs to glow but not over doo it.
Thank you greenbobb for your kind words on my character.What is good art when your characters are not appealing.
The hard black lines are a product of always working in black and white.
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August 2nd, 2009 #7
I started all over again with my pages.
Less flare effects,less shadows and sharper colors.
I still want to get a comic/cartoon kind of color scheme....not to realistic.
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