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Here''s a sample of some work I''m doing as concept artist for a project called "Mad Scientists" http://madmanart.homestead.com/files/ms_ad1.jpg

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AAAAHHHHH! MY EYES!!!

(from the tear gas that he''s throwing, no because it''s ugly )

Good drawing. Will you be doing the sprite animation?

E:cb woof!

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That would be PS5(.5)

quote:
Original post by GeNoCiDe2

Nice pic...
what prog did you use?

Master of GFX


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Hey!

It looks great, did you draw it entirely in PS5? Or did you scan and trace? Use a WACOM tablet? Basically how did you do that?

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Hey!

It looks great, did you draw it entirely in PS5? Or did you scan and trace? Use a WACOM tablet? Basically how did you do that?

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I scanned a pencil drawing, created a new white background layer, tured the line drawing into a transparecy layer (''cept for the lines themselves ), and basically did all the flat colors on individual layers, merging when necessary,...then, did highlights and shading on their respective layers,...all the while keeping the lines on the top layer ("underpainting"). Oh!...and yes I used Wacom tablet.

www.chewedpencil.com

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I have to say, that is a cool image! Everyone has asked all the questions I would have asked except...how long did this take you? And what reference material, if any was used?

I''d be really interested to hear how long it from scanning it in to flattening it.

Thanks
www.stephen-hawes.co.uk

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