Thursday, September 07, 2006

Digital doodling


Just playing around in Photoshop with the ole' Wacom tablet. Kinda fun. I might have to do this some more.

11 comments:

garth bruner said...

Yeah, I'd say you should. Love the rich colors.

Danarchy said...

mmm I would love to see what she is looking at greta expression. nice colors

Sherry Rogers said...

You did a great job!

Sherry

Sambo said...
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Sambo said...

I love the background

Cedric said...

Nice job. Glad to see you stepping further into the world of traditional media! Personally I've found that once you get over the steep learning curve and the Wacom becomes more intuitive, the computer is more fun, faster, and more forgiving than traditional media. Hope it is the same for you.

Ken Chandler said...

I like how you used your darker shades to draw attention to her face, and more of a neutral pallette on her hands, purse, and dress where attention need not be drawn. Great work Guy! I like your safe sketch too. Miss you at Toon Club. Though I'm struggling to find the time to work in the Toons myself. Hope to see you back soon. But I'm glad your staying busy. Pays the bills better than sitting around.

Shawn said...

It looks like a still from some animation. did you just get a wacom? nice work.

Alina Chau said...

beautiful!!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Lovely pic ! Really like her expression !

Markus said...

Oh, so you've got a Wacom tablet! I got one too the other week, and I really enjoy it. How do you like it? Do you still prefer the old "analog" way of sketching with pen and paper?

Great work by the way!! I really like your sketching technique, where you mix thin lines with thick lines, addressing the importance to some features of the characters. Really nice work with the coloring of the two most recent portraits as well!