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12 months ago
Thank you, gentlemen!
So great! :)
Thank you, Faruk!
Sooooo looking forward to this Anton! I try to avoid suggesting changes on Dribbble but I think this is important. I'd highlight your name by moving the position of it. You worked really hard on this and I think you deserve it. What I was thinking.
@Yaron Schoen - I was hesitant to review any changes at this point, but I have to say... I really like how it looks. Secondary effect, it helps balance the bottom of the page.
P.S. I wonder, what technique you use for coloring your artwork? I presume, you start with black & white outlines, and then add the color?... Is the process of adding color digital (Illustrator? Fireworks? Photoshop? some other app?) or maybe you add it on paper then scan? I ask, because the final results are stunning, fantastic! :-)
(sorry for the slight offtopic)
11 months ago
@Michel Bozgounov - Yes, I scanned the b&w artwork into Photoshop, and did a majority of the coloring there. Some of the textures are also scanned, but for the most part, everything is digital. I'm glad you like it!
Thanks for the reply!
Maybe you should seriously think about a tutorial that can teach us how to use at least some of the techniques you use -- because your end results are really, really good! :-)
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