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At 5/19/11 01:22 PM, Kumakun4 wrote:At 5/18/11 12:03 PM, Hyptosis wrote: Just for shits, breaking in my new markers.Is... is that a... battle chicken mount...? *o*
I love the way you color stuff btw.
I'm fascinated with anyone who has talent coloring like that, really.
I have no idea how you guys make it look so... painting-like.
The only kind of coloring I can pull off with any painting program is cell-shading.
Then again, I've never tried goofing around with brushes.
All the same though, awesome stuff, more power to you :D
Thanks, when I started using photoshop 10 years ago I only did cel shading. Bad cel shading. :D It's kinda the same once you're comfortable with the tools and brushes. Just takes longer. I still just cel when I'm in a hurry.
Here are some stages for a job I'm working on. It's a young adult book about magical kites, they're animated, have personalities, etc. Kinda a high fantasy/asian tale. It is written my Jim C. Hines. He's a good writer, check his stuff out on Amazon or Borders, or any other book store really. I however, not a good writer, so here are some steps. Many of the changes are suggested by him or others, some are done by me. There is a lot of dialog between images that I won't bore you guys with.
Looking great dude, my only complaint is some of the colors feel a bit too muted considering how lively what's going on is, and the fact she seems really happy.
This is just me tooling with the saturation adjustment on Photoshop, but I think you'll obviously get the point.
Keep it up though, it's looking hot.
Word to your mother
At 6/18/11 11:32 AM, Hyptosis wrote: dunno if I'm going to work on this anymore or not, kinda loosing the feel for it now
Really good, but really creepy. Her expression is just so calm it kind of freaks me out, in a good way.
Word to your mother
I wanted to show this off, it's a 1948 or 49 bearcat revolver I inherited. Thing is amazing and deadly accurate, finest gun I've ever fired. I need to find a gunsmith to do a few small repairs however, just from age. They still make this gun today, almost exactly the same, so the design has held up.
The handle is made from elk bone, my great uncle replaced the wood grip with polished bone. I'll post a couple of pictures from different angles. I figured you all might be interested since the handle was crafted by a relative and could be argued to be art.
Also the pink vase in the background of one of these photos, it was made by my grandmother who passed nearly 20 years ago.
At 6/21/11 12:55 PM, Hyptosis wrote: I wanted to show this off,
Not a big fan of guns but that is pretty damn awesome, almost Clint-awesome. Just don't go shoot anybody :)
I like that vase also..
I've been shooting guns since I was 6, haven't killed anyone yet. =P I'm always liberal, vegan, etc. So it confounds a lot of people why I like guns.
We also grew this great looking black iris, which I boiled and turned into dye. I dyed two sheets of paper, and a shirt. Turned out pretty good. I'm going to do some ink drawings on the paper, I will upload them when I finish.