to get the hang of just going staight to Wacom.
In theory this is a Wip, cause i'll color it.....yeah right, probably mid 09' :P
"Still trying..." Are you kidding me, that's gorgeous.
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I wish I couldn't get the hang o'it like you ain't!!!
Super cool work!!
What?!? You do this right away with the Wacom? Holy sh*t. That would be awesome even in pencils. Is that done in Photoshop?
A few nitpicks, the things going straight down along the skirt and the blade (-guard?) would need some kind of guide (ruler, french curves) in real life, so you might wanna consider using the digital equivalents to make the lines look a little smoother. Also there is something wrong with her left boobie. The shape doesn't match and it seems pushed off center.
Other than that, great lines!
thanks for the commentaries and compliments.
Indeed, her rack appears to have been hung by a blind carpenter! I'll have to luvingly reshape that. The "ribbons" or whatever i was thinking of do indeed look quite lumpy, they might smooth out when i color though, we'll c. definetely worth watching out for when i do it though.
done in PS
Enough with the false modesty. What brush settings and resolution did you do this in? Now, before I hurt someone.
300dpi, lowish but fine for doodlin i guess.
the settings? well, i guess the default ones. don't really know the in's and outs of tweakin it.
startin the colors, with a few fixes. Notably, left boobie.