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I was wondering if I should post the steps it took to paint Onema last night.. then I was encouraged to do so by gasmask.... luckily I save like made while painting and fill up my harddrive with HUGE files, so here's Onema's progression:
First I started out with the sketch
Then I brought it into painter. I created a new layer underneath of the sketch and I set the sketch layer to "gel". I then started painting in the background and the basic colors for Onema.
Last edited by skrubbles; September 8th, 2003 at 04:33 AM.
Here's where I merged the layer containing the sketch and the layer I started applying color to. I then started painting the face... I made a few changes including removing the stupid tattoo.
Last edited by skrubbles; September 6th, 2003 at 11:16 PM.
I worked on the face a bit more and moved onto the shirt and goggles..
Got to the rest of the body finally
touched up the face for the last time and finished the painting.
CLICK HERE for the finally finished piece
Last edited by skrubbles; September 8th, 2003 at 04:34 AM.
Hey nice of you to post the steps, really nice process as well,
Are you planning to leave those outlines in the final piece?