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thanks for the tips on my sketchbook! You are really good! im not great when It comes to draw from imagination, but I can see you are really good at that! I specially like the space one, Im not in a position to recommend something but I´ve been told that If you want to control color you should start with black and white paintings to undearstand color as value
sorry that is all i can say now... keep up the great work!
Thanks for the advise with the grayscale. I did some of the paintings above first in grayscale and colored them after that.
I admit I don't really like starting with grayscale But I think I will do so again soon. Also it seems, I perfer sketching with values instead of lines. Maybe I should stop forcing myself to do linework before.
Oh and please continue your sketchbook! I am going to look for it frequently
hey! It is nice! It has a 3d feeling all over it! I envy how you manage to give it texture! (something im afraid sometimes)
I supose that you did it with custom brushes, I would suggest that you use the brush dynamics a little more... but It is great!
That Lee Sin painting looks pretty solid dude, I can tell having the step-by-step really helped. I will have to try it out myself
Keep up the good work!
"Diligence is the mother of good fortune."
- Miguel de Cervantes
@Zol: Thank you! Yes, I used a textured brush for some parts. I know I didn't do much configuration It was just for that tiny 200*200 points picture so there wasn't really a need. Also I don' t know how to rotate the texture itself. If there was such a funktion, I can't find it. Would be great though
@ Art Minded: Thank you for dropping by Yes, I can tell copying others workflow is a great way to learn some new tactics. Also for lee sin I did all the sketching before and stuff so you can learn how to start a painting very good too!