Frost Valkyrie, on 13 December 2012 - 11:49 PM, said:
Maybe you could edit out the snowman by Grenth and have her face down there. Like she fell down or something.. I always wanted to backhand Kormir myself so...I wouldnt go about messing with the whole picture just to squeeze her in But it could count toward making progress for the wintersday contest haha.
lol, i would love to do it, i just do not have much time. Much work, and it needs to keep going lol
Really glad you liked it
New pic, hope you guys will like this. I know i do!
Doctor Overlord, on 18 December 2012 - 09:53 PM, said:
I'm using an Wacom Intuos 3 tablet (stop laughing it still works ) I use my concoction of DAZ 3D sSudio and Inkscape to get the initial outlines and the touch-up program I used is regrettably GIMP. I'm thinking of asking Santa or Toymaker Tixx for Photoshop.
Lol, why should i laugh, i had bamboo till recently
Photoshop is the master tool that i use, i do now know other softwares, sincerely, but, with coloring, you can use basic manga coloring, which should be pretty nice to add to your style. Also, expressions will give much more livelyness to the characters. Their peronalities lies within those. I am wokring on same thing, for my upcoming comic
Doctor Overlord, on 18 December 2012 - 04:26 AM, said:
I want to try something bizarre. My finished entry for Perynne's Wintersday calendar has been posted but I was thinking I would like to try to experiment with the color and maybe add a background. I stink at backgrounds.
So I've posted the inked version and I'll be working on that when I get back from the holidays which won't be until the end of the month I'll had a few days to work on it at least.
-Any- advice on digital coloring techniques and backgrounds will be greatly appreciated. Esp. pointing issues with the original colored version which I also posted. I know it lacks any shading but any hints for that or doing more would be helpful.