Feather with Wacom

Feather

13 Responses

  1. Kathryn Wells Kathryn Wells

    This was my first attempt at painting with photoshop. I started messing around on my Wacom Bamboo tablet, trying to get a feel for the brush tool. A client of mine is creating a music website with an avian theme, and I was inspired to paint soft feathers. I'm happy with how it came out. Any tips or suggestions, please comment!

    almost 2 years ago

  2. Virgil Pana Virgil Pana

    Nice. Welcome to dribbble.

    almost 2 years ago

  3. R_O_Y R_O_Y

    Looks great.. welcome to dribbble ++++

    almost 2 years ago

  4. Remko Dijksma Remko Dijksma

    looks good welcome:)

    almost 2 years ago

  5. Jonathan Patterson Jonathan Patterson

    Looking good.

    almost 2 years ago

  6. Rudy Hurtado Global Branding Rudy Hurtado Global Branding

    Wow, this looks sexy!

    almost 2 years ago

  7. Kathryn Wells Kathryn Wells

    Hey thanks everyone! I'm already liking this community. So many talented folks! More shots of my other work to come.

    almost 2 years ago

  8. Mylo Mylo

    Looks good a like it. Can i just say if you define the lines more to make it look like a feather you could turn this single feather into a bird of preys head? that would be clever!! =) ps welcome to dribbble.

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    almost 2 years ago

  9. Fabio Benedetti Fabio Benedetti

    @Kathryn Wells nice debut Kathryn, welcome to dribbble :)

    almost 2 years ago

  10. Kathryn Wells Kathryn Wells

    @Carl Goldson Wow, I love that idea! I can see it now! Would I turn that into a "rebound?" I'm still learning the nomenclature of the dribbble community :D And thanks!

    @Fabio Benedetti Thanks! So excited to be here! Being a freelancer can be like working in a bubble, so it's nice to have a place to be inspired and to interact with other creatives!

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    almost 2 years ago

  11. Mylo Mylo

    yeah just click rebound on the left to upload an revised example when you have done it. Glad you see what i see =)

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    almost 2 years ago

  12. Avi Jacob Avi Jacob

    Beautiful :) Definitely a great start. One good way to help clean up your work is roughing in the values first with a harder-edged brush, and then going in to soften things up afterwards.

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    almost 2 years ago

  13. Kathryn Wells Kathryn Wells

    @Avi Jacob, thank you so much for the guidance! I'm new to starting out with values first in my painting, but it makes so much sense. I work with black pen in my moleskine a lot, so it will feel somewhat familiar. I'm excited to try it out with the Wacom. Thanks for the encouragement!

    almost 2 years ago

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