Grayscale Assignment Example 1
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Here is my assignment. I know it has a lot of mistakes but it is the first time I use a digital software for painting (procreate). I'm gonna do my best to improve! Any feedback would be really appreciated.
This is my assignement after 1h40 minutes , I'm okay with the result, It's still pretty rough but I wanted to see what would be the result without spending to much time on it. However, I think I'm gonna refine it later
About 7 hours, maybe 6 if I cut AFK moments from it. I recorded my whole process this time, nothing special. I still struggle a lot with small details but I am starting to really like the double sided brush. Near the end I ended up switching to the non textured solid double brush and it immediately made detailing so much easier. I don't know what it is with the first double bristle brush, but it loses a lot of coherence at small sizes, like the texture overrides it, still had a bit of trouble even at 3000+ pixels. I could definitely use a lot of face work too, might need to go over that course again. Hmm, surprisingly having more difficulty with faces than hands.
Hi guys. So I decided to give this one another go, the second one (white bg) was 10 months ago. This feels like a big improvement, yet I feel like I'm completely lost, it feels like this is too much for me. Any feedback would be really helpful and much appreciated.
Here is my attempt. Using those textured oil brushes was definitely a challenge but it was a fun experiment, Looking back I could have spent more time blending the legs but I figured I could leave it at that because they're not so much in focus.
Had to redraw the figure 5 times, and really hard to pay attention to blending. Feel like I could've gotten darker in a couple of spots but this came out pretty well.
Assignment I have done it takes some more time to get familiar, probably would learn more along the course
So, I'm starting to figure out this sketch. I'll post it soon need to fine tune a couple things, my question here is w/ toning the canvas in PS. I've used the gradient tool, how do you get that sprayed look to the figure? Is there a function or set up you need to use?
My first two attempts. I used the bristle brush (mainly on drawing one in the row below). ps. Where do you find this dual edge brush? Any hints?
Looking forward to completing this assignment, I'm going to start drawing more for foundation construction. Now w/ drawing everyday objects from different angles, can I pull some images off of Google or do I need to take some photos of things around the house w/ the phone from different light sources. I'm assuming find a balance between the two.
Too deep, sorry but there are resources like ctrl + paint that achieve the same on a more friendly wise path
My attempt at this approach. I had a lot of fun with the dual edge brush, but it took some time getting used to. Any feedback would be appreciated.
Hi guys, this lesson was really useful as an introduction for doing full body shading for a figure. Here's my first successful attempt at doing it. What do you guys think?
At 4:08 - 4:09 in the video, how was the toning done? I'm seeing something to do with the gradient....
Any advice or tips to better my works? Anything that I should focus on more specifically like rendering, lighting or textures?