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Discussion in 'Step by Step' started by Marissa, Nov 19, 2016.
A small test piece I made when I received my new colors beginning of this year
Using just 5 colors in total till the end
And the 4th
This took me half an hour to do but the final version made in class of course much longer
This is the class version where more colors have been added
Mamma mia! Half an hour!
I understand it's possible for a Pro like you, but still for the level I have, it sounds unbelievable
An outstanding result! And the face is very pleasant, young and beauty. Though, those things come together usually.
Cool quick SBS!
Can I ask what paper you used for this Marrisa?Also do you scrach in the hair or erase to get the hair looking like that?
They are both on Claybord and the hairs are mainly freehand strokes, in case I need highlights I use and eraser.
Would have taken me a week . Great as usual Marissa
Hi Marissa. Speaking as a complete rookie who knows absolutely Zilch about airbrush painting as I`ve only just started and I want to go into portrait or as its called I think," Illustration ",what color do you do the first steps in ,such as the first three pictures you`ve shown ? I ask this because it looks like a Sepia color but I don`t know ? Is it a mixture or what ?
Also when you do any outline sketching on the initial illustration bare page as I think I can see in your first illustration you`ve used pencil it looks like , at what point does it need to be that the pencil lines if any are done,so that they will be eventually not visible .(its a hard question to ask this so as you know what I`m getting at ) . In other words how lightly do you need to be with your lines so they will not show up in the actual portrait , or doesn`t it matter because the paint will cover them eventually ? OR ,am I totally mistaken and you havn`t used pencil outlining ?
Errr ,does it show I`m a beginner ?
I remember the g4 board was quite nice to erase and scratch, I'm presuming claybord is better as this is now what you are using, how is the claybord compared to the g4?
Wow stunning. i hope to attempt a piece like this one day and will be over the moon if it is even minutely close to the first step. ☺
@joord001 Lee claybord is amazing, but too expensive for me, so keep it for 'best', using 4g for practice now.
How did you find Yupo? Not sure its for me.
Your painting is so life like. Incredible! I thought it was a photo.