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#1 lucent

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Posted 02 July 2005 - 10:35 AM

Hey guys, Rimmer asked me what i could do with my new Wacom Tablet and if i would post some of my work....well i don't like any of them enough yet but here's one if you want a look. Another thing to note is that I did not draw the line art, This is an image pulled from www.artoki.co.uk Please comment on it as it is not finished (will it ever be?) and also if you have any line art that you want colorized let me know. Please remember that it is not finished as it's getting late and the wine tastes good.
It's a big image so i'll just link it, here ya go:

The Pitcure Is Here

The original line art is here:

http://www.artoki.co.uk/gallery/originals/ori-Raesha.htm

I was also thinking of doing a tutorial for it, let me know if you think I should or if you want one.

Edited by lucent, 02 July 2005 - 10:37 AM.

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Posted 02 July 2005 - 12:58 PM

Thas pretty good, wish I had a tablet.....
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Posted 02 July 2005 - 09:51 PM

Nice work Lucent. :thumbsup:

If I may be allowed to critique I really dislike the shiny blue on the gloves/boots/clothing but I see the original artist did the same sort of thing. Is this a genre thing I don't know about?

Tutorial? YES PLEASE! :flowers:

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Posted 02 July 2005 - 10:04 PM

Cheers guys, They do look a lot like my old gumboots from the farm. The shiny effect is just my way of avoiding doing correct colour transposing. I did the blue stuff last and also with a bottle of wine so yeah, it kinda looks like the armour came from Cheap As Chips, lol. It took about two hours so, it would be a long tutorial but most of the work is the shading so maybe not. If you have an image i'll walk ya through it.
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