Thank you for your comment in my sb!
Wow, what an amazing sketchbook! There is so much spontaneity in your drawings, and at the same time they are very accurate. I love the pen drawings, and especially how you combine graphic design elements and different styles!
Excellent stuff here Naomiful - thanks for sharing : ) You have that great "sketch hand" style that I love so much in your sketches. It makes them feel really alive, even when they are simple. Keep up the great work.
Colors I think suffer a bit from temperature, you seem to go to white with everything. Generally, and just a 'loose' rule - if you are going to go to white on your warm colors then your cools should go the other way and vice versa. Also try out instead going towards 100s and 100b (top right of the color palette) as you add light, this is kind of like sunlight where all colors increase intensity.
Edit: It's your birthday?! Happy birthday! 22? Just getting used to those number myself
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Shinryu> aw thanks.
Tigermilk> to kind !
Jove> thanks. um yeah i realized my monitor settings were dumb .. so it just looked really dark. i'm sleepy so i'll update that one tomorrow or something x_x
James Rod> eek thanks!
Kuraudo> believe me, i'm a total beginner! i'll post more as they come though.
repeat.process> thanks ~
Delmar> university yes haha
Envisor> thanks, i'll be sure to post the better progress soon!
Camara> thanks so much !
Idiot Apathy> might sound like a total boob, but what is 100s and 100b? and thanks for the birthday props n comment, haha.
Brendan N> haha thanks for your bday prop and support. it means a lot!
So um yeah. Here's a random hot asian guy drawing whose face I messed up a little but hopefully the beauty will override the tiny mistakes muahaha - aaaand ... I am TOTALLY struggling with this book cover re-design for battle royale. Go literal? Battle? If a battle, who's battling? Simple? Iconic? Blah. I have more sketches but not digital yet ... here's one that I'm a little blah on (don't mind the crudeness at the moment..) ~ and it's a little late so I'll post more later.
Nah, I'm just getting lazier and lazier as I type. 100% Saturation and 100% Brightness is in the top right of the color palette in Photoshop. This is the most intense color you can get. In Painter it's the right corner of the color triangle. Ok, let me know if that made any sense this time.
Battle Royal, hmm. Kind of a hard thing to illustrate maybe. Pick a favorite scene and run with it, but do thumbnails. Lot's of them and don't spend more than 5 minutes on each, they only have to make sense to you.