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Progress on this has been slow to say the least. I still haven't figured out the background yet. I'm probably going to keep this a black and white lineart only and hopefully the next rebound of this will be the completed piece.
If anyone has any ideas on how I can tackle the reflection in the water without resorting to gaussian blurring the lines I'd love to hear it.
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about 1 year ago
This is some damn fine artwork. Obviously.
Wow. Have you been logging your hours? Curious to know how long this has taken.
@Jesse Penico Thanks man. @Justin Rent I haven't really been keeping track since it's kind of a semi-personal project that I'm cooking up for someone. But I would say about... 15-20 hours...? is a good estimate.
This is incredible!
For the reflection maybe a different stroke brush would do the trick?
awesome work! good luck on the class as well, looks awesome!
wow, nice work Ricky! crazy amount of detail
Nuts. RE the reflection, you could try dashed strokes, but it might get busy... Otherwise, a lighter line weight with progressive / random line breaks usually works for me.
HOLY SMOKES MAN! That detail! Such good work!
this is masochistic. incredible!
by Ben Lew
Playing with line art reflection brush strokes.
about 1 year ago
This is insane.
Wow. Just wow... o_O
Linesanity! Eh, sounded better in my head.
Holy shit dude! This is some nice work.
@Ricky Linn Just signed up for the class. VERY excited!
Sweet baby Jesus
Re. the reflections, I'm just gonna throw this random Monet painting in here - the reflections are essentially the exact same as the objects, but with a bunch of thick horizontal lines over them. I have no idea whatsoever how/if it'd translate over to a line drawing, but I just thought I'd chuck it in the mix.
For the reflection, maybe a different stroke width and have the lines have some motion to it, like if they were wavy to represent it being in the water.
wow, this is really insane work! awesome, not so crisp on a retina device though :)
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