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    If anyone want to try this one out, it would be much appreciated.

    http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n...verLineArt.jpg
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    *New Media Coloring Book Vol. 2*

    still working on it. slowly but surely.
    ambition makes you look pretty ugly
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    More than a little slow on the uptake, but I find this activity much more approachable than DSG.

    Anyway, thanks to DaveTheOriginal for the awesome lines.

    Also, would it be inappropriate if I put this in my sketchbook? Obviously, credit where it's due, but I don't want to overstep any boundaries.

    AND Here it is:
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    Mackerman: Was there art in your post? There's nothing there now...

    RedWurm: Like the vanity plate, nice touch. For help with the skin, try to add some yellow, red and brown to it. I think just having the skin as one colour may be throwing you. Remember that human skin is made up of many different shades when you look a it closely, the same would hold true for goblins. Adding more colours will make everything look richer too. Hope that helps.

    carmageddonstein: Of course you can put this in your sketchbook thread mate I'd appreciate it if you could credit my name and link to my sketchbook thread when you do, cheers. Oh and feel free to drop by and leave a comment in my SB while you're there too!
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    hey, cool thread havent been here before realy but is kinda fun, oh and by the way im fairly new to PS lol i have very old version and i have to make do with a touchpad on my laptop so forgive some funny lines and poor colouring here and there hehe.


    THIS IS ESPECIALY POOR BECAUSE I SPENT VRY LITTLE TIME ON IT REALY.(and i tried a new kinda cartoon style which didnt work out THAT great.)

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    There are so many missing images in this thread! Which is a real shame - there's a lot I wish I could see.

    Anyway, crit's plz k thx.
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    Holy crap, I managed to find time to draw some new lines! Enjoy!

    PS. If you're curious, you can see the original sketch in my sketchbook thread (in my sig) and if you're there you could always leave a comment too...nudge nudge...
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    I'm a cross-posting ...
    PS. I'm still hoping someone else may try to colour this too...
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    dave, there's art there when i look at it ... dont know what to tell ya
    ambition makes you look pretty ugly
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    Mackerman: I see it now, it's looking good so far
    Quick word of advice, remember that light reacts differently to the colours it hits. eg, at the moment, the blue light looks the same on the goblins green skin as it does on his beige trousers. The dark green skin would absorb the light more than the trousers would. Perhaps try using the paintbrush set to no more than 60% opacity (I'd also recommend using a larger brush to save time, if I'm right you're doing exactly what I used to and using a really small brush right from the start which really slows down your work flow, think of it like painting a house, you start with a large brush to get everything covered and then switch to a small detail bush to tidy thngs up)

    You're doing well mate, hope my advice helps you.
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    dave, thanks for the advice... very helpful.

    classes get in the way a lot so i only visit my photoshop stuff every once in a while... and being that my visual art degree is focusing towards more graphic design sorta stuff, i'm really not learning a lot about color rendering and other useful tidbits.

    good point about the material properties of light reflection... something i knew subconsciously but never considered when painting. trust that it'll be on my mind in the future.
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    Just call it slooppyy an unfinished her hands are huge
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    Wow, this thread is simply beautiful, I should give it a try!!!
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