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Aug 25, 2016 | 8:57 PM EDT
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#TALETELLER entry. Tim Burton. Not sure if he is seen as a storyteller but he is seen as a genius so I included his camera lol

Pretty new to digital art. First time i've touched a tablet is June a Huion. Got a Wacom in early July. Could not do the background I wanted for the piece due to lack of time and so many other commitments. Critique welcome

Recorder kept crashing and didn't record everything. I made a lot of changes along the way such as giving Tim a camera instead of that weird screwdriver looking thing from the initial concept, background color etc...

Added some gradient fog. What d you guys think? A bit better? It's the kind of atmosphere I was hoping to have time to paint



Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is pretty good for someone who is not used to digital art - my lines looked all wobbly and crooked :) It's too bad you couldn't finish the picture on time, I'd have loved to see the end result.

Just keep practicing drawing lines with your tablet. I've been using mine for years and I still wish I could afford a Cintiq, it's just so much easier to get those perfect lines when you see your hand while drawing. But what I do for practice is look at Jazza's (or other artsits) tutorials and fast paint videos and draw something during or afterwards. They have great tips on working with digital art and different techniques. And keep it up :)

Boomwatch responds:

Thanks Bonita. Yes too bad I couldn't finish it but I plan to finish it at some point in the future.

I don't have a cintiq I have a comic. Having the right/good tablet makes a HUGE difference, you're right. I saw the difference when I stopped using Huion and went on to Wacom.

I follow a lot of youtubers and Jazza. He's amazing.

Thanks again.