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Also did you sketch this out before you digital painted it? Or can you explain the process please I have been wanting to get into digital painting myself but have been finding myself in a few bumps that i need to get straightened out.
If youre using photoshop then press F5, it'll bring up the Brush settings. Now, in the list tick the Other Dynamics box, if nothing happens then click on it and itll show you more options. Now set the Control to Pen Pressure. Now you can get nice smooth marks.
If you want it even smoother then youll have to change the spacing to 1%, in Brush Tip Shape in the same window.
But other than that youll have to use those tool to merge the colours together to get a nice smooth blend. Just like in oil painting
I think the child's expression on this shows a much more cartoon aspect to your art. He's slightly exaggerated and I think it adds to the piece. Only criticism I have is the Azure text on the tag, the font has been really nicely incorporated on the shoulder pad and yet seems a bit tacked onto the tag!
As usual though the colours and the textures and the feel are wonderful, especially if you've done this along with all the others in such a short timeframe!
I can rely on you for great crit unlike many others. I'm still in the process of polishing this painting. I'm not happy at all with the child. and my style does clash quite often due to having realistic rendering of metal textures and other elements, yet my human/flesh rendering is really still in it's rookie stages...
And about the name tag. I wanted to have it there as well as the name on the plate, because I wanted to show a story of the Golem's creator tagging him after noticing the name on the plate is worn out.
Anyway, I have a lot of work I want to do to this piece. I'm really not happy with it... lol
That's understandable. But with the child I think the way you've drawn him works in this piece as it serves to set him off against the golem, making the creature more cold and mechanic due to the child's overly expressionate features. However I see what you're saying that the difference would probably not work in something bigger like a comic book or actual in-game graphics, but for the purpose of this singular piece it is a nice stand off between these two beings.
I suppose so. This painting was originally for a group I joined earlier that have daily topics. I just sort of went overboard with it and am wanting this to be a master piece. A great story for starters
It took me hours of play lol I was sitting in this same spot for 12 hours, working on it on and off. I'm still not completely happy with it and will rework it. I still want this to be perfect. The composition is off and there something missing. I dont know what but something invisible is telling me thats its big and it wont be complete without it lol