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Lovely colors and perspective :)
I love how you show your pencil work. Very tight and clean. You are a great drafts person. It's nice to see work by artists that are not afraid to draw. Keep up the great work.Goose.
Hey KR0N, this is awesome. I have a question. If your sketch was done on paper and scanned in, what's the best/easiest way to preserve the original penciled linework in the final piece? This is something I've been struggling to do and have since given up in favor of tracing and painting over. But I love my linework in pencil. Do you have any tips for retaining those original marks when coloring? Thanks in advance!
Have you tried setting the pencil layer to multiply and setting it above your color layer? That way the lines show even if you paint over them.
Often after commenting I'll search for an answer and I found what you just suggested. I'll have to try it. In the past I set my color layer to multiply above the sketch, which had similar results but the colors were unwieldy. I didn't think to do the reverse. Thanks.
haha ! you are awesome. You can even make velma sexy :)
Excellent! I love how solid your drawings are, and how well shaded they are.
awww cuute! brings back good old memories great art!
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