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4.00 / 5.00

Date
04/13/2013
Category
Illustration
File Info
2550 x 4500 px
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5.6 mb
Tags
ghost
sword
spooky
armor

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Author Comments

My go at black and white, I've been meaning to do this pic for a long time, the same time around as the horrible skull picture I did. I went at this with a very limited brush palette in Photoshop and was very satisfied with the turnout of the Armor.
I however did not enjoy the outcome of the body, seemed a little bit to dark, and I screwed myself over by putting the armor and the body in the same layer..... >_ Other than that, I am generally happy with the out come. I'll look into making backgrounds for my pieces once I figure out how to bloody make them.
(P.s. I also did a colored version, it turned out horribly.)

Reviews


DrApfelwurstDrApfelwurst

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 20, 2013

WOW!
How did you get that metal-tone?
UUh I got the same problem with my backgrounds xD


Revolutsia responds:

With the metal tone, all I did is made a completely flat white layer under the blacks, and from there I used a textured brush, I think it was a brush I use for skin texturing.
AND from there I turned down the Flow and opacity to 15% or so. I just keep going over and over it until I get that nice midtone. To finish it all I do is erase it with the exact same brush with the exact same flow and opacity.
For minor details, like scratches and whatnot, I just erase it with the exact same brush only its just smaller.
Its really a matter of Erasing and 1 brush, 1 and 1 only.


JazzaJazza

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Apr 25, 2013

Interesting piece this one! It took me 10-20 seconds to figure out what it was, and now that I see it I really like it and kind of like that its so unique I didn't understand it at first. I see it as a kind of rayman/madness like character design, the no-arm kind of character, and the proportions and way its painted are really clever and stylistic. Great work, keep it up!


Revolutsia responds:

Thanks! I did play Rayman Origins to death (As in 100% Completion), so that may have unconsciously weaved itself in as you said.