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Album: Pennywise Tutorial

I bought some Wicked Detail colors and whipped out my Iwata CM-C airbrush. I drew the character in pencil and then made the pencils as weak as possible on the inside of a toilet seat. I used a kneadable eraser for this. Prior to that I prepped the surface as usual. I mixed a detail grey with blue green to do the underpainting and then added a little black to start layering to get as dark as I wanted. I then added the colors from lightest to darkest. Most of it was freehand but I had to use tape for the hair. I also used erasing and scratching techniques throughout. Let me know what you think.


Pennywise Tutorial

Updated Dec 8, 2015 - Taken at Texas, United States
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Lowrider
I bought some Wicked Detail colors and whipped out my Iwata CM-C airbrush. I drew the character in pencil and then made the pencils as weak as possible on the inside of a toilet seat. I used a kneadable eraser for this. Prior to that I prepped the surface as usual. I mixed a detail grey with blue green to do the underpainting and then added a little black to start layering to get as dark as I wanted. I then added the colors from lightest to darkest. Most of it was freehand but I had to use tape for the hair. I also used erasing and scratching techniques throughout. Let me know what you think.
Taken at Texas, United States
  1. Dale Wilson
    Dale Wilson
    just about finished with the book for the first time. Scarring the snot out of me. Be a great present for Beverly. Great work, by the way!
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  2. Lowrider
    Lowrider
    Thank you sir.

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