Oblivion. Part 1

 
12) Start working with the face by representing the skin firstly and then the lips and the eyes. The mask as an accessory may be done on the final stage.

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13) Usually the man's lips are thin. Represent the basic layer firstly and then a deep shadow under the upper lip. Continue by picturing the light flares on the low lip.

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14) Select a thin firm brush with black color to insert several creases on the lips. Do the same operation, but this time with lighter colors on the flares. Select a thicker brush now to give the final shape for the made element. Picture out the skin around the lips. Usually under the low lip the shadow is more prominent, but above the upper one is situated a lighter zone.

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15) It's time for the eyes. Choose the red color for them that shows aggression and it fits with small details on the clothes. Select an intermediary nuance of the skin to represent the eyelids and the zone under the cornea. It's necessary to remember that the eye has a convex shape. That is why we need to light out the skin above the eyelid the lights falls usually on.

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16) The pupil of the eye. Represent firstly the dark - red cornea and the black outline. Mark with black color the eye's iris. Dark out the zones under the eyelashes. Picture out with dark - red color the upper part of the iris, the lowest half - with the light - red. Insert a flare with white color. The corrections may be done with the Burn Tool and the Dodge Tool.

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17) It is very easy to make the mask also. The main thing
  
is to determine the shape. On the scheme I have shown the process of introducing the nuances. Select the black nuance for the flare and then the light - blue ones.

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18) The finished mask may be filled with ornaments and I already explained the process of inserting them.

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19) Try to draw now the sword's handle. Fill the shape with grey color by selecting a transparent brush. Next choose the light - blue color for drawing the threads, composing a simple ornament.

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20) Choose a smooth brush for introducing light nuances on the middle part of the handle.

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21) Insert the last features. Don't forget about the reflections on the clothes. Fill the shadows with colors and flares.

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22) The character should blend the background. His clothes, face and the hair reflect the background's nuances.

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23) Don't forget about shadows coming from small objects and jewelry.

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24) Usually the small interesting details fill the picture with diversity. But everything depends on the mood and style, sometimes it's even necessary to take care of them.

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25) The third part of the picture is finished. Next lessons I'll show you how to represent the woman and make some general corrections on the picture.

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This tutorial is part 1 of a 3 part series. Other tutorials in this series are shown below:
  1. Oblivion. Part 1
  2. Oblivion. Part 2
  3. Oblivion. Part 3

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2 Responses to "Oblivion. Part 1"

 
tin Rating: ratingfullratingfullratingfullratingfullratingfull Unrated
said this on 19 May 2008 10:03:01 PM MDT
amazing

 
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said this on 03 Dec 2008 8:20:39 PM MDT
I was l00king f0rward t0 a p0st like this 0ne... I'm writting an amazing her0ic-fantasy-magic st0ry & I need t0 represent s0me of the characters, places and scenes fr0m it... As I can't steal 0ther pe0ple's w0rk, I have t0 draw them myself ! S0 this will be a very useful tut0rial f0r me ! Thanx a l0t ;-) By the way, I like the style 0f the draw. D0 y0u p0st 0n deviant art ?




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