Working on Wessy's nose and about to finish-off this project today.
12 months ago
Like the Style!
waiting to see whole work)
Love Wessy, very beautiful! These pen elements is so nice touch
@Gert van Duinen Sketch app?
@Abdullah It's called Illustrator.
вот копия моей собочьей морды:)
what breed sir?
@Gert van Duinen Not to give away your secrets, but I would love a tutorial on how to use the pen tool the way you so eloquently do. :)
@Miramark Diaz It's a Staffordshire Bull Terrier owned by the client.
Ow...goes down the line with the Pits.
inspiring work sir!
@Joel Reid Well, I had plans to do some tutorials earlier, but never got the hang of some proper screen-recording software. I'm a total noob when it comes to that kind of stuff.
One thing I can tell you is that I've been using a plug-in called DrawScribe from Astute Graphics since it came out as a beta version. DrawScribe consists of two main tools called the InkScribe Tool and the Dynamic Sketch Tool. I'm tracing out my sketches with the Dynamic Sketch Tool using a Wacom Cintiq 24HD. But this method - using a normal tablet like an Intuos - works quite well for custom hand-lettering jobs too. Currently I'm training someone else who does custom hand-lettering using this method with a Wacom Intuos. The plug-in picks up a lot of stuff where Illustrator's native pen tool usually leaves you out in the dark and it really saves time using the InkScribe Tool to tweak your manually traced work afterwards. Though I'm still using Illustrator native pen tools regularly and at the same time, because I think there shouldn't be any rules how to achieve what you want. For tweaking segments and points with InkScribe Tool I'd still recommend using a mouse instead of a tablet pen. I hope this helps for the time being ;)
Nice! The style of your shading looks great. Clean and simple, it fits perfect. :)
@Gert, speaking of DrawScribe, the stuff Astute Graphics uses for their movies would probably help you successfully pull off some screen casts.
@Gert van Duinen Great info. Thanks a ton!
great skills mister
Wow. So awesome!!
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