ugly shit ahead
Dude, if you want softer blends, use a soft round brush, and I dunno just lower your opacity. That's probably the easiest way, theres honestly a million and one ways to do it though. Watch some of the videos out there. Dave had one, where he kinda goes over blending colours together: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RV_oxs-EFw8&feature=plcp
But I mean it's a lot of trial and error, just keep trying.
Psychobuddy- That David Rapoza video might be my savour, thanks man.
Just another sketch for fun before I dive back into color studies
lol SHART! the 'flying man' reminds me of somebody..
for lovecastle studies: i always scaled the browser window to half my monitor scale and at the other half there is the photoshop canvas. worked pretty well so far (but now i'm back to using pen and paper for studies^.^)
This time, with lines.
I did a panting and I really liked how it turned out but before I could save it my netbook shut off, fuck me. did this Korra sketch for fun I guess.
block in colors under lineart layer then paint over original lineart layer=instant painting!.
thx to the comments section of CTRL Paint site.
Last edited by .Orphic; August 12th, 2012 at 10:44 PM.
quick Henry Cavill study.
painting done for fun, no references obviously.
question though, it's hard for me to represent the lines in my line drawing with paint. For example when I draw a wrinkly old guy should I make the actual wrinkle lines of my line drawing a darker version of the skin tone I choose(make the wrinkle lighter or darker, or more saturated depending on the lighting)? or are the lines represented by paint just shadows(or highlights)?
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