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The next thing on my list to learn should be how to convert files to loose as little detail as possible. I have no idea how to do that properly. Tips on getting a good result are appreciated.
So this is my third try at Painter using Hawkprey's tecnique. My first two tries are posted under "Hawkprey style-ape."
I've given up trying to stay sketchy and hopefully abandoned emulating Hawkprey's supercool style.
Not great but, once again, I'm bound to improve.
Things I've learned today: I'm not good at drawing tiny little cats, I would have saved myself 20 minutes if I had looked up "flash supressor" instead of "silencer", I'm not very good at drawing those either.
To do list: clothe my next attempt and possibly even give them a face. Here's hoping.
Comments and crits welcome.
This turned out really well if you ask me. I have a question for you, and please forgive me if it's stupid but I have only attempted one digital painting in my life...Did you paint a solid black mass for this and then paint the white over that as hawkprey does or did you start with line art first? Thanks, and keep up the good work.
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Thanks for the comment PencilPunx. To answer your question, I started this out in painter as a quick line drawing based on a two inch doodle in my sketchbook. The rest was done by switching back and forth between white and black. It was all done with the same brush. Hope that helps.