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Colour Pallette Monster Girl

Author Comments

UPDATED IMAGE: Fixed her two lowest arms thanks to some helpful critiques from JohnnyUtah. Thanks Jeff!

Tried a different stylistic approach with my digital painting today...!

Started with five colours (red, blue, yellow, white and orange) and built a character completely around that palette. In this case I ended up with a weird multi-armed alien lady!

Also tried to use colour hues and values appropriately so this image would still make sense if I gray-scaled it -- so I practiced more with lights and darks.

ANOTHER thing I tried to do is create an interesting silhouette. Also the weird objects she's holding are just me trying to create an interesting made-up narrative. :V

ANYWAY I'm not making a lot of sense; it made sense at the time. Really I was just messin' around. HOPE YOU GUYS LIKE IT - I LEARNED LOTS.


I love the shape of the character, Nice work!!

Wow Really Well made Good job! :D

It's like a demonic Crystal Gem!

That is one demon I do not want to bump into. Knife, heart, needle and thread.....sounds like trouble to me.

Really well done. The left leg looks a little weird to me. If you added some background to it i think it would really add to the picture. Maybe a cave or hell looking background, maybe even a dungeon theme. That demon just looks like she is doing some wicked stuff.

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Beautifull piece!Loving the style!

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Credits & Info

4.56 / 5.00

Oct 24, 2015 | 8:03 PM EDT
File Info
590 x 1000 px
265.9 kb

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