PigcurrantFeatured By OwnerNov 17, 2011Student General Artist
Umm, may I ask how do you do the colour? Do you scan it and then work with ex. photoshop? Do you leave the pencil lines and put them on another layer? Or do you ink some of the paper version? I find this way of working very interesting and I would love to learn how to do it..
I too work from left to right & also I am right handed! I briefly looked over your work & it is great. I am glad I kept watching your works & friended you ASAP! hopefully I will be able to get some of my illustratioms up before long!
When you transfer the thumbnail to the drawing, are you ever concerned you'll loose a piece of the UMPH!? (This always concerns me, I need closure). Also, do you just eyeball the thumb-to-drawing or do you use a grid or do you just not give a crap? XD
i prefer this to the finished work i wish i had the inspiration for things to draw... all i want to do is color! but noo.. i have to sketch first, and because im lazy at that the final result is mediocre.
Ah. this is actually very helpful. I have done the thumbnail thing a little bit and it has proved to be quite effective in figuring out wtf im doing before i make a big sketch. The roughs you do are also a good idea, but i would rather make a figure with shapes first because i'm a nubby ;;. Glad you made this
This is basic workflow of every fine, traditional piece, I guess <) But seeing other artist work like this surely helps to refresh this idea in the head : ) It's still really impressive how you manage to get details without making it overload with tons of lines. I guess it's years of practice Absolutely great drawing! Both sketch and final piece.