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March 18th, 2005 #1
Wolf Lady C&c<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Well it's been a while (years) since i worked out a drawing, but i finally did. I hope you guys like the concept and my technique and compostion. If not tell me what is wrong about it. I want to learn so please C&C me.
Also i want to thank CA for the motivat ion the get me started again . And like to thank the pro's for tutorials.
Iam thinking about painting this one, but dont have any experience with it. If you have tips for getting started with, that would be helpfull.
Last edited by rWDrk; March 18th, 2005 at 09:58 AM."FAIL, FAIL AGAIN, FAIL BETTER"
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I so thought this would be like... San from Mononoke.
This is a weird pic. Not bad, just weird... are the loves alive?
This could look VERY amazing if colored right.
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March 18th, 2005 #3
This 1 is worked out very well it think. Nice touch on the hair of the wolfs.
Though i think the faces could b a bit better, less flatten.
Maybe some more dark parts 4 a more 3d feel...
And i think the ear of the right wolf is also a bit weird, little tiny
i guess. But overall great image.
I look forward 2 what other people think of ya work
BTW show us some learning sketches of your new GREAT anatomy book
I also think about buying the Anatomy book 2, maybe next month (study finance hehe).
Keep it up.
March 18th, 2005 #4
jero: yes you are very right about the ear haha. It looks weird he.
Didnt have time to study the book though.
Interceptor: What are your suggestions for coloring them?
I really like to do it.
and thank for the C&C
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March 18th, 2005 #5
Nice drawing - the subject matter seems vaguely familiar; it reminds me a bit of 'box of delights' a brilliant BBC tv show from back when I was a nipper - nice tones anyway and good rendering of all three faces.
Everyone, naturally, has their own methods for colouring a design - most are probably more effecient than mine, but if I were working from your drawing, I would play with the contrast a bit first to make it a bit clearer, get some separation between lights and darks and really let you know where the midtones are.
From there I would paint in a colour wash over the top, to knock in the broad areas of colour. I usually work in painter, so I would be using the digital watercolour tool. Alternatively, in PS, you could make the pencils a seperate layer and set it to multiply and then in another layer underneath, paint in your colours.
I usually 'dry' the paint after I have worked out all of the colours and then (in painter) begin to 'paint' away the pencils with other brush tools (oils and sable brushes mostly). In PS, you could flatten the layer and beging to manipulate it from there.
Final touches can be done in PS (tight little highlights, fading, whatever takes your fancy) and there you are - done!
If anyone has a more effecient method, I'd love to read it too, as I'm sure there are easier ways to get the job done.
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March 19th, 2005 #6
Wow thnx for tha reply!!
I dont no that tv show 'box of delights' but i looked it up on the internet hehe. It's about the same sphere idd.
And thank for the explanation on how to paint it, really helps alot.
But if anyone got a nother techniqeu i want to hearabout it
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