I love the colours, could you in any case tell me what kind of brushes are you using for this? Like for blending the colours together, do you go with any texture brush or you just play abit with flow and opacity of the brush?
Usually I go with textured brushes... but a lot of normal hard round was used and some soft brushes for blending... it depends on preference though i think... i mean certain features etc have to be soft depending on the genre you are painting... but the look depends entirely on your pref. As for opacity... when I start its always 100... dynamics switched on... but when it comes to rendering etc i lower it to between 30-60 depending on what i need.
Everything is perfect...from how her knees round to the details around her spine. For anatomy 'practice' it looks like you're already reached perfect. =3= I hope to begin to even be close to this good someday.
Damn. I envy your ability to read skin tones well.
Oh yeah, I'm curious us to why you choose Loomis s Anatomy over Hogarth's? Just wondering if one is better/more accurate over the other, or if they're the same, and it comes down to personal preference.
Erm i think it comes down to personal pref. I just use loomis because thats what I got my hands on. I will be getting his dynamic anatomy shortly. thanks tho. I wouldnt say i can read them well... skin tones are hard
Its just a study of anatomy. So as I am sketching it im trying to be more conscious to familiarise myself with anatomy, proportion etc. Then during the rendering im getting better at judging values, colour etc. Like I will study loomis on paper and repeat muscles over and over (like the uploaded page of arms)... and from that, now I know those muscles and the forms. It takes a long time and I have SOOOO much to learn. But it helps 'nail' it into ur head.