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Got very lazy ass names for digital paintings, maybe this can be considered unlabeled 6? I find this is some of the most impressive shit I have put out... Mainly learning to get more industrial, learning to blend triadics. I love earth tones heavily. This really shows how much I love blending triadicly. I found I really pushed myself with extreme depth that rivaled my once monochromatic digital painting, now it shows I can really seriously work in color.... October has been my best month of artwork yet. I may have stayed fairly safe with a lot of it. A focus on quality over quantity, but I find it suits my work for stuff like this. Learning to make opacity brushes work in smaller ranges.


Another thing, this WAS NOT MADE IN PHOTOSHOP! This is what Krita is capable of in a simple custom brush work at thats it. No frosting, no photoediting power, no bullshit, just simple good old COLORING. Doing everything to avoid a DEAD color syndrome due to how much of the brown-orange range I used.


The coloring here was mostly done with normal mode, only using overlay to help texture or avoid a dead color. A dead color is when it washes out and turns purely ugly. From melted crayon to washed out, BS. What I mean by a dead color specificly, look up color artwork that is beginner level that uses air brush to shade artwork, but hue shift. More than 3, fairly neon-like colors, and you will notice how dead the color is. This I find has the hardest coloring due to working with purple, orange, and a cyan-green.


10/17/2020 Edit: Viewership wise, I declare this a failure.

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DevilRat
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Oct 14, 2020
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