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That's fine, people make that mistake all the time. hey, if you enjoyed that piece so much you should see the updated version I made later down the road. [link] I inked it and then re-colored it with my new coloring skills.
Actually, I've seen both already !! And although your contrast has definitely improved, i must say, i don't think one is better then the other! They're both excellent! Your older one has a softer feel to it, where as your new one is more bad-ass You should be proud of yourself, you're wonderful on Photoshop !!
I like it a lot more too! I use Photoshop CS6 and a mouse. I have spent four months studying all the different coloring techniques through magazines, books, online articles and by asking other colorists. It also helps to study art, to look at how light hits people, what is shaded and what is not And last but not least is practice, everyday for four months. But despite all that I have a lot to learn, In fact I still consider myself a beginner, but I'm getting better everyday and am also more and more pleased with every piece I do.
I never used digital for anything. What is the best digital program to use? and what pad do you use? I've noticed that as well with the shades , I've never taken a art class but I want to do some to learn more techniquies. I love all your colouring you do in your piece you have.
Yeah, I can see that, it's almost like the characters blend together because their colors aren't vivid enough. I'm always appreciative of critique (Especially coming from a professional colorist) and if I do end up re-coloring it (like I had planned to do) than I'll take that into account. also that was my first ever coloring, so I plan to make it a lot better looking the second time, so any other critique, hints or comments would be welcome. Thanks!