- 10:07 pm - Tue, Dec 10, 2013
Bastille — Bad Blood
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- 9:35 pm
made a dumb little gif due to influx of bff wrex feels.
- 9:34 pm
got bored and did some art self. personal young!fenrirshep. back when he ran with the 10th st reds. what a little punk.
- 3:33 pm
I love how no one had the guts to go to Times Square in the 1970’s to take a picture. Granted, your camera would have been mugged from you, so it was probably a good decision.
(Source: jakexp, via amnesiques)
- 8:06 pm - Thu, Dec 5, 2013
Q: Vivi! I'm thinking that un-outlined art would be an awesome thing for me to do, so I'm wondering what your process when you begin? Like, how do you make your shapes of color the way you want them? I hardcore adore your Ace Attorney pictures.
I always start with a sketch where I work out all the shapes and the pose/composition and whatnot.
then I have to fix all of the tangents, which are possibly even more distracting in a lineless drawing (where the lines are made by the contrast between overlapping areas of colour) than one that’s inked.
I usually have an adjustment layer of some sort on top of my other layers that I can toggle to quickly check the values of the colours I’m using.
(the skirt is actually a little closer in value than I would like to the underside of the coat, but in the colour version it’s not such a problem because the skirt is more saturated and jumps out at you)
The hands really jump out because they’re quite light and set against a dark-ish blue, although I did have to add an extra shadow on the skin to make sure the skin stays separate from the white sleeves+collar.
And that’s the gist of it, I guess. VISIBILITY AND CONTRAST ARE IMPORTANT, you can always cheat and do slight gradients or tweak shapes in order to keep the entire image easily readable.