Here’s the day version of Jade Bridge, with most of the crew in all their flat-colour glory. Some distant future day: shading and shadows.
I’m kind of pleased with perceived improvement in puzzling out proportions.
Can you tell which four people I used references for and which six I just winged it?
(I hope it’s not as obvious as it feels, hahah.)
Wanted to throw a bunch of people in, but having an excess of trouble with proportions today, so for now, just going go back to the day version. I like this one best so far, though.
This started out as a speed paint, and then I messed around with it for hours and nothing improved. So I went back to the old file, which is this. I need to learn to just drop a thing when it’s not working. It was more or less fine at a few hours, and then I expended a bunch of time for nothing. I guess it’s not really wasted time, because I learned some things, but, uhg. Time to move on. I like the water, at least.
There really is nothing quite like watching you unite a group of people –who don’t particularly like each other– in common cause against you.
…I wonder if you know how fascinating I find you to be.
(Of course he does; that’s why he’s doing it.)
Starting fights and losing them.
Who doesn’t know anything about colour theory?!
It’s me. I’m the one. I don’t know colour theory.
But colours! How do they work?
Steps/iterations one through seven that you can view by slideshow (click on one):