I thought it would be fun to post a photo of my computer screen with a work in progress. Here is Persephone being colored in Photoshop. As you can see, my workspace is quite simple, and my screen a bit dusty… Attached, you can see the image as a direct save. I think she’ll turn out quite nicely, even if there is a colossal amount of work to be done… Allez, courage (that’s French for “Be brave”)!
10 months ago
Wonderful - the colors are great, and the details in the hat are awesome! :)
Thanks @Virginia! I really appreciate your feedback :)
Merci cher @salvatore :D
Nice work. What is your layer breakdown here?
@The Tree House Press ooh I love this question! Top to bottom: color palette, line, pattern light colors, pattern dark colors, under pattern, clothing base, skin & hair, ref image for pearl shading, and background. I pretty much use the same breakdown for most illustrations as I find it easy to correct things this way. Do you use lots of layers too?
Lovely @Melissa Brunet !!
Has an Art Nouveau/Mucha vibe to it. Amazing as usual!
Thank you @Tobia ! @Oleg Thanks! Yes, this is definitely where I'm garnering inspiration :)
Well at the moment I'm kinda trying a new method. Before I simply had one layer per color, so often I'd have 4 colors, so 4 layers and each layer set to multiply so that I get new colors from overlaying. Now I'm not doing that as it got very boring and restricting.
Thanks @Dave ! @The Tree House Press interesting! It's true a lot of experimenting goes into finding the most comfortable method to work. Let us know how your trials go :)
by Melissa Brunet
Lots of experiments with color, texture and pattern are going into this illustration!
10 months ago
tres chouette. trs joli coup de crayon ici et sur le reste des travaux !
7 months ago
Merci @2matwork :)
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