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Art of my new character! Pimpity Pimp Pimp - The art of Thornwolf
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Art of my new character! Pimpity Pimp Pimp
chlorophyta is taking $25 full color character potrait commissions omfg and they are LOVELY.

Check out what my $25 got me:

http://us-p.vclart.net/vcl/Artists/Nevar/portrait%20paintings/nikoquick.jpg

isn't that gorgeous? Big thanks to Nevar! If you want something like that, go comment on her livejournal, she's taking them now!

*loves art of her new Niko self* XD color me excited!
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lupusetgruis From: lupusetgruis Date: April 1st, 2006 09:02 pm (UTC) (Link)
I *rarely* buy art from others but I saw the offer and had to take it. :) $25 is a deal for something that good looking.
thornwolf From: thornwolf Date: April 1st, 2006 09:03 pm (UTC) (Link)
youre telling me! I, like you, rarely buy art, but damn i couldn't resist
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thornwolf From: thornwolf Date: April 1st, 2006 11:05 pm (UTC) (Link)
Please note that I did /not/ draw this picture, chlorophyta did :>
But as for my art, I use 3 programs: Photoshop, Open Canvas and Painter. The badge I did for Huskie was done in Open Canvas, the NSFW commission I recently posted was done in Photoshop, and the super glowy pic for Neo commissioned by coyotewings was done in Painter.

Photoshop is my preferred just because I know it a lot better than the other two, but when it comes to more painterly looks I prefer Painter and Open Canvas. Also, Open Canvas is preferred for inking, as it has a marvelous inking tool selection.
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thornwolf From: thornwolf Date: April 2nd, 2006 05:55 am (UTC) (Link)
Keep coloring over the same spot. that will happen with every new layer. the idea is to get a base layer of color, and color on top of it with the watercolor. that way the watercolor picks up the underlying color. for huskie's badge for example i started out with a burgundy and i colored over it on the same layer.
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