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jeanox:

WIP of the piece I just posted. I used a lot of lasso tool and a couple brushes that let me get crevices and streaks really well. :) Backgorund sky took me the least amount of time, but I have feels about clouds and it shows. I can paint them pretty fast. 
Form (silhouette of everything that ISN’T sky)
Gradients of sky and FG
Line Sketch and 10 min warmup
Blockin of major forms using lasso tool
Clipping mask detail on the major forms
brush in lines
Sponge on grit (if necessary)
Shade and highlight
Paintover final details, minor corrections

jeanox:

WIP of the piece I just posted. I used a lot of lasso tool and a couple brushes that let me get crevices and streaks really well. :) Backgorund sky took me the least amount of time, but I have feels about clouds and it shows. I can paint them pretty fast. 

  1. Form (silhouette of everything that ISN’T sky)
  2. Gradients of sky and FG
  3. Line Sketch and 10 min warmup
  4. Blockin of major forms using lasso tool
  5. Clipping mask detail on the major forms
  6. brush in lines
  7. Sponge on grit (if necessary)
  8. Shade and highlight
  9. Paintover final details, minor corrections

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foervraengd:

Here’s a little tip in how you can make light blonde hair appear “shiny” in B/W drawing or comic pages. 

Use thin lines and make sure they follow the direction of the hair and/or head shape. Also have some space between the lines so they don’t appear too dark (like for example around her bangs).

Man I love inking comic pages. It’s a bit different from just doing lineart ya know? <3

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fabelschwester:

Art tip - mostly for myself to remember, but maybe some of you can benefit from it, too:

Don’t go over-detailed. Don’t over-ZOOM.

When drawing digitally, like to work big, but that also tempts me to zoom in a million %  and paint tiny details like eyelashes and whatnot, and when I zoom out to original size again, something looks just off. That’s because the detail I might know to be right anatomically is not how we actually see things from a distance. It often leaves me with a feeling of being less than homogenous, and the shadows tend to be off, too, because zoomed in I often do not consider the surroundings of a segment. And that leaves me with a lot of details thrown together that don’t make a connected picture.

See above: the first picture was too detailed. I zoomed out to #2 and changed some things, resulting in #3 original size. Still not happy, but better.

For the rest of the painting, I order myself a bit of a zoom-stop (which doesn’t say I won’t do it, just that I try not to go overboard) and hope for the best.

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