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October 27th, 2005 #1Registered User
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Suggestions for teh hungry
long time browser ... um so i'm basically self taught in everything and i'm having a hard time with colors and such. these are just two recent sketches that i've been playing around with and i'm having problems with getting my colors to pop. maybe because i'm not used to the wacom? any suggestions? i use pencil and photoshop but i can't for the life of me draw a staight line with a wacom. too wierd feeling
also any suggestions for blending cloth or skin?
Last edited by madster; October 28th, 2005 at 12:57 PM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberOctober 28th, 2005 #2
man, if your having difficulties with your wacom, then give it to me :lol: , nah, seriously if you're having trouble, you should just keep on using it more and more! You have some nice skills going on there, maybe you should try reading some of the color tips & tutorials in this section's subforum. I really can't see much problems in the drawing & ideas section, just keep it up!
by the way it's awkward for me to give suggestions for people that seem to be on the right track. All you can say is "Do MORE!"... so i hop eyou dont get pissed with my short reply-
November 1st, 2005 #3
For me "Pop" is caused by contrast. Greater the contrast, greater the "pop". There are several contrasts for color. Value Contrast (White and Black being the highest) Intensity/Saturation Contrast (Think of an Orange compared to Brown Dirt) and Hue Contrast (Complementary Colors make a huge pop). You can use these in many many ways. Try maybe a dull and dark color for your background and a intense and light color for your subject.