Vi seu trabalho apos divulgar uma atualização do Mod "Crash Bandicoot Return", onde o desenvolvedor mostrou a Tracy Foxy([link]).Divulguei este link no site como parte da minha News,no site Gamevicio, espero não ter divulgado algo cedo demais. Seu trabalho esta excelente, vi todas suas artes e realmente gostei muito, e eu serei o primeiro a divulgar no site, caso seu trabalho apareça junto com esse Mod. Tudo de bom pra você.
Wow, Valeu pelo link Eu não sabia que ele já tinha postado a Tracy no site, Isso foi beeeeem mais cedo do que eu realmente esperava... Quanto mais divulgação melhor, apesar de ainda está em uma fase de muitas alterações... Obrigada 8'D Eu realmente espero que dê tudo certo Mais uma vez, Valeu
This looks pretty good! Nice sense of volume and I love the fur on the tail.
One thing I might add as constructive critique is the shadow colouring. It seems logical to darken a colour (decrease brightness) when you want it to represent a shadow but due to the way the RGB colour mixer works this also has a tendency to decrease the saturation. This leaves the colour with a "washed out" feel. A good practice is to use colour sliders for Hue/Brightness/Saturation, and to pump up the saturation a bit when decreasing the brightness. This is more faithful to the way shadows work in nature and gives a more vibrant colour scheme. There is a veeery detailed tutorial on all colour theory: [link]
(I apologize if this is the style you were going for)
Thanks a bunch Well, in the shading and lighting I use layers and Black/white colours, (I don't know how explain it xD) and I think that it really removes a bit of saturation... I used to overuse the saturation tool, and over time I opted for more standard and opaque colors. Thankies for the hint and for the tutorial I gonna try give more life for the colours again <3
Yes, I use to do something similar (increase/decrease brightness to get light/shadow, and a brief time experimenting with saturation/exposure tools) but then several artists pointed out to me that if you want to improve you have to start mixing colours to get the shades you want. Of course there were a lot of hit and miss pictures but eventually I got the hang of it
A good way to learn (if you have photoshop or a program which has a colour mixer tool) is to take an image where you like the shading and use the eyedropper tool to see which colours are used for shadow and light - that way you can see how they correlate to each other in therms of hue/brightness/saturation.
But like I said, you've got a good sense of volume which I think is pretty hard to learn, so colouring is just a matter of practice.
HOOLEY crap, she is so adorable here as i said on skype first, i really luv this expression, hhaha, she is confused madly lookin here ;D and wow, i really love dat soft shading and that creative pose, draw ur ocs more too ^^
hahah yea,Thankies sis <3 Do not let her cuteness fool yo! I was thinking of draw Tracy smiling, but I decided to conclude with this face there xD The soft shady was made with...layers!(LOL) I'm training poses,I like use images as reference and for give me ideias too. I gonna draw them moar, I'm working one of them right now,but It gonna took more time because I'm makeing moar changes xD