At 3/29/12 04:30 PM, ZaneZansorrow wrote:
Sounds like you fill in that request nicely, and I read the description on the art portal one, I'm curious on how you approach coloring your pencil sketches.
Well, I still don't think I've got it down yet, but I after I scan my sketch, I open it on Painter and lift the canvas to a watercolor layer, then duplicate it just incase. I use multiple layers to plan my base colors underneath it then I drop everything back down to the canvas layer, everything but the duplicate set of lines, which I end up keeping invisible most of the time. Haha, what I do at this point, I don't even get. As I go on coloring, it's just a matter of deciding which lines I want to keep and which lines I want to stray from. Ha, this whole process is still a work in progress. I feel like I have to reteach myself how to paint digitally every time.
Like how everything is flowing stylistic plus I love how gradient and smooth and clean your pencil/pen sketches are.
Thanks again! :D
Post here the progress and result, love to see how it'll turn out :)
That's my intention. :)
I haven't really had time to work on it since then, but tomorrow I actually have a day off! The first I've had since last Wednesday, so progress will be made!
Anyhow! Here's something simple I did today, just to kill some time before work.