Last edited by FrozenConstellation; 5th March 2013 at 1:38 AM.
So continuing the trend of people posting their work...
I finished my transcription which I showed in my previous post (but I don't think many people saw it). Here's the finished result, anyway. Thoughts, anyone?
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Last edited by FairyWitch; 6th March 2013 at 5:01 AM.
They are good Definately getting better, the only thing is don't outline the shadow and then you maybe should try drawing jigglypuff
Dragonite, I see you already replied to Shade about the shadow outline, and the reason we don't do that is because shadows do not have straight edges. If you look at a shadow, you'll see that it's kinda blurry at the edges. Also I think you're having trouble shading inside the lines? If it goes out simply erase along the edges. That's how I fill in stuff on paper XP
Poetry, your art is amazing. Like seriously. As for the one you posted by itself on a separate post (Okami?), I think the kimono is the best. The face looks a little strange to me. :/
Now I've been following some tutorials on YT and here they are (note the second one I went overboard with the black, and the text for the first two sucked IMO so I was kinda reluctant to put text on the last one :/ and then couldn't decide whether white or black (border) worked better for the last one):
Yes, the face was the most difficult part. I obsessed for quite a long time getting the angles of the eyes correct in pencil but then I used too much water on my brush when painting and sort of... ruined it. Ah well, I guess the most simple things in art are the hardest to pull off successfully. Btw, it's not Okami, but a classical Japanese artist called Hokusai, who obviously had a lot of influence over Okami's incredible art style. I am planning to perhaps do some Okami work later on in my project, perhaps Queen Himiko or the Dragon Palace Queen (her name escapes me), so watch this space.
As your your art, I would only say perhaps the tone on Yoshi is a bit light/bright, especially towards the head, maybe saturate the colours a bit more? Other than that, they're really good. And yes, the black border looks a lot better on the last one.
Tried something new...smudging with a big brush is odd, but if you take 3d glasses the images sorta pops out...(squinting works but not so well)
either way right now it just makes me dizzy...if you just look at it. A friend thought they were drunk when they looked at it O_O
Okay wow. I have not posted here in a while. I apologize.
Could I please have some feedback on this? My own criticism is that I outlined the guy too darkly and he doesn't look so much like he's part of the scene.
And if it's not obvious the idea of this drawing is that the wings are spray painted on the wall, while the guy is just leaning against the wall.
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Overall it's cool.
Poetry: Well a lot of people could be inspired by Okami...I have yet to see another game like it, with all the canvas and calligraphy stuff.
Hi guys, uhm, I'm not dead //choke
I see we have a handful of new members and, a lot more people drawing, which I'm glad ^^
//shamelessly throw lineart WIP here
progress of a small collaboration drawing between me and a friend of our characters in Tangled version
the girl is supposed to be Rapunzel, and the boy is uhm, the evil mother //choke choke choke// and yes he is playing with her hair
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Guys..I have some more drawings to show you :
These were drawn yesterday and I tried shading the cast without using the outline.
InsaneDragoniteHD if you are practicing shading blocks on traditional pencil tools, this might help http://fc07.deviantart.net/fs70/i/20..._x-d11w3vc.jpg
When you want to shade your blocks by smudge technique, I would advice not on using lines that are too defined, which shown in your drawing in the outline of the circular block. Try to make it soft like how you shade, in order to keep the consistency of the drawing together. And don't smudge too much, you will lose the texture.
i find it better when it blends more when you use your fingers to smudge but not so much to the point that you see solid though...if that happens your doing it wrong but i do see your shading is getting better insane...i can start to see darker on one side
Holy crapola it's been a while. I haven't drawn in a few months =3=. College has been sucking the life out of me. Luckily were on spring break now and I can draw as much as I please, YAY! I'm sorry i've been gone so long >3<;
My boyfriend told me I should draw more Palletshipping because he's liked past Palletshipping doodles,and the Palletshipping fanclub is holding this quilt project for Palletshipping day so I decided what the hay, why not. [I used the word Palletshipping far to many times in that last sentence.]
Welp here it is. I haven't put it on DA yet but it will be going up there by tonight. The legs and hands came out crappy but I don't care its my art >D. At least the focal point looks good. Also..that curtain turned out amazingly. I didn't expect that. I was like 0o0 -sparkles- I normally don't do backgrounds and this is one of the few i've actually done. Its especially hard when you're drawing all these things from memory. Hopefully you like it as much as I do >w< I'm actually overall really proud of this one. I do see things that I could have done differently or made better but I'm fairly proud. Especially with Ash's hair. Do you know how hard that is to draw from a profile view, eash...
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