Painting an illustration - Oblique

 
And here is the result of all this. Well looks quite acid like 3 hours later). When I did it on this stage I looked at it about 5 minutes, trying to do something.

painting an illustration

….And I've decided to apply Pinch filter to it. On screen shot you can see it. BUT ! – this is the Pinch filter applied 2nd time ( for this tutor) but originally it is not so popped up.

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painting an illustration

Here is the original filter reaction (only 1 time).

I've also created a new layer and just used a brush to hide all the orange color leaving only green.

painting an illustration

Here is the whole image balance. – I use this technique now. The balance should be around 50 to 50 black & white for this image.

painting an illustration

I'm just covering the object with black a little.

painting an illustration

…leaving only this part of the object.

painting an illustration

I've also created a new copy of my layer and I've changed its color to this.

painting an illustration



painting an illustration

Now I will erase back from this top layer. The other thing about digital painting is that you can always erase back without leaving trails or mess. But some say you shouldn't do that, because you can come up to something with the parts you just like to erase; training your design sense.

Well I thing it depends on the situation. You can use eraser in many ways.

Here are my settings to eraser. The Flow is about 50%.

painting an illustration

And begin.

painting an illustration



painting an illustration

And we are at the finish now.

I know that this one just needs some text. So hare is my text.

painting an illustration

With just inner shadow turned on. Well' I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and remember: practice makes perfect, whatever it will be.

Download Brushes:
http://www.eyesontutorials.com/Jeka/MyAntiscaleBrushSet.abr

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4 Responses to "Painting an illustration - Oblique"

 
TheSlingshot Rating: ratingfullratingemptyratingemptyratingemptyratingempty Unrated
said this on 25 Jun 2008 11:38:33 AM MDT
issh

 
darkrazor Rating: ratingfullratingemptyratingemptyratingemptyratingempty Unrated
said this on 26 Jun 2008 7:14:37 AM MDT
AHH UGLY!! You can almost count the pixels

 
meisheretomakecritiques Rating: ratingfullratingfullratingfullratingemptyratingempty Unrated
said this on 27 Jun 2008 11:33:04 AM MDT
agree with darkrazor but the colors are well combined and it think that u worked alot on it so keep it up

 
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said this on 26 Jul 2008 10:47:27 AM MDT
Well if you tards paid attention it is supposed to look like that, it's a texture, good god.




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