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12-07-2006, 03:20 PM
I draw of; Carlo Pagulayan's Colored as color test in Photo Shop.
12-08-2006, 04:53 AM
this is some of your better work.
I dont like the texture used for the stars and sky. Theres no shadows under the people either. They need shadows.
12-08-2006, 07:12 AM
The bloke's face is too shiny in that bottom panel (the rim shine on the left side.) Brother's had his head wrapped in clingfilm!
While I do a ton of soft shadowing myself, I would say that the shadows are generally too soft on this page. A combination of that softness with sharper shadows (say, under windowsills -- I find a good rule of thumb is, 'the closer to a light source the shadow is being cast, the sharper it is -- correct me if I'm wrong, people!) would help. 'Sharp lighting' in the form of rim shines can be handy too (is there a 'proper' name for them? I dunno.), although they can look a bit too flashy on some surfaces. Practice makes perfect.
Greater differentiation of far-background elements is necessary too -- make the furthest-off buildings in that skyscraper panel much darker than the foremost ones -- ditto the skyscrapers in the 'Heavenly Creatures' panel, which are obviously leagues and leagues away from the action, but which are about as bright as the local elements.
Oh, and another thing -- glows from things like the streetlamps are usually best above the lines.
12-08-2006, 11:13 AM
I thank the comments and visits of all. . . The shadow I forgot completely. I miss my. The other clues will read with attention and to try to apply in the close ones. Thank you. :laugh:
12-08-2006, 02:54 PM
yeah, i think this is some of your better work too, it's cleaner than the rest. brighter, clearer. I agree with what has already been said about the sky and shadows, but also i wanted to add that your glows aren't working. the yellow is too flat, there are better methods, try finding some tutorials online.
12-09-2006, 05:04 AM
Thank you for the comments. I will try to get better in the neighbor. :)
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