@caraellison Yes x3
@prismfuzz I did, thanks! It’s based on a photo from Iceland.
@tentokki You can fill in closed shapes by dragging the color directly from the palette to the area you want to fill!
#MyArtGotBetter mostly because I started practicing way, way more, but a couple things in particular helped a lot:
- I tried a new medium (opaque paint) after many years of staying in my comfort zone, which made me rethink basic assumptions I didn’t know I had.
- I started thinking less about lines and form and more about color and light. “Where is the light coming from?” became a key question for every piece. Using a small number of light sources is one of the best pieces of advice I’ve heard!
First time I’ve pulled out the iPad Pro in a while, and I’m glad I did! I was in a bit of a slump after I abandoned inktober due to shoulder pain. Feeling better now, and getting some of that inspiration back 😛
I’ve been more into traditional work lately, but I really love how I can make such thin bright highlights in digital work. Hard to do with paint!
Hey everyone, my company just launched a Kickstarter for a concept called Inclusion Cards! The idea is to use a lighthearted, game-like set of cards to make work meetings more inclusive. Cut down on interruptions, make it easier for junior team members to call out management, and overall make everyone more aware of how they're communicating with each other. I helped develop some of the new visual designs. Check it out!
This is not technically for #inktober but I’ll use the hashtag anyway! It was actually high flow acrylic and watercolor, for an entry in the exquisite corpse my local comics group is doing. Read the full thing here! http://lmc-exquisite.herokuapp.com/cycle
This is definitely my weakest #Inktober entry this year, partly due to shoulder pain that led me to rush through it. But the show will go on! I might skip a few of the prompts rather than trying to catch up and fit them all in. Some of them will be hard to fit into the story anyhow
@reinderdijkhuis The gray tones are from a pilot futayaku brush pen-the warm cast comes from a photo filter 😀
Ok, I’m calling it! This is my first real-life finished oil painting. There are still things I’m tempted to fiddle with but I think it’s time to move on to my next attempt. Now that I have some actual confidence in my ability to handle oils, this should be a lot of fun 😃
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