At 11/12/12 08:30 AM, monsterparty wrote:
At 10/11/12 08:27 PM, HiryuGouki wrote:
I forgot that I posted this about line quality, and I didn't realize you replied. The answer is YES. Yes, it will. If you wouldn't mind sending some line work that you did on Photoshop my way, I'd like to show the difference. Maybe it'll help you on your next painting. C:
At 10/11/12 08:05 PM, monsterparty wrote:
I think something that would help improve your artwork is line quality. Right now, your lines are kind of hairy. I'd say with anything you sketch, take the time to clean up your lines and give them some weight. That alone will make a huge difference and help establish depth.Would it help me in my line art in Photoshop?
You can just look at my newest piece in the art portal to figure out the way I do my lines. I usually use the line tool, but this time, I think I am just going for a straight up brush that will blend in with the rest of the picture. Thing is, what I usually do for my sketches, is when I do the lineart for my work, I pick out the lines that make the most sense and cut out ones that don't work for the piece. As for the painting, I am aiming for something similar to this:
Do you know any tutorials I could find that could really help me on this? I figure this piece is going to take longer than two weeks if I do a sketch a day, do a background, paint each individual character, etc. My new estimate is about three weeks, what with all of the reading I might have to do, as well as picking up some new techniques. As for clouds, I kind of accidentally stumbled onto that one day by using the fade brush and then just blurring it a bit. So, know any good tutorials for this style of painting? That would really be helpful!