sketch, lines, flats, shadows and final
I really like your interpretation of Goku. I feel like it matches his personality better and is actually a lot more interesting.
this is so cool! so you do a flat coloured version and then a separate monotone shadowed version and then combine them? sorry if that's a silly question! new to all this
I like how strongly he resembles Wukong than in the actual series
I absolutely love your process on how you do your pieces.... STUNNING
So i've been playing around with your style of shading (cause it's amazing) and just can't get it right! Do you do anything in particular with the shade layer? mess around with brush flow or opacity or anything like that? if you dont mind me asking of course
usually i work with 3 or 4 layers of shading in multply mode, each layer adding more depth
Wait I just checked your TMNT one and read the description haha ^_^'
Que pincel de PS usas? Es increíble como te puede quedar tan limpio !
Mola mucho, me gusta cómo te recreas siempre con el calzado, veo que sueles detallarlo en tus dibujos. Por cierto, ¿qué programa usas? ¿Photoshop? ¿o puede ser SAI?
looks amazing, quick question on colouring this was step three hidden and step four the shading done on a seprate layer, and what sat where? cheers.
I like the style you did goku it's very different I love it
its like hes mixed with lupin, and it looks awesome
This is amazing , I like how you show the step by step process. Hey you should check out misocket.com. I think you will like it.
looks like a disney version of goku
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Man, this is just fantastic!
This is brilliant! Thanks for showing your process
I understand the shadows are on a multiply layer but how did you get such a smooth gradient, it almost looks like a 3D model. I have already seen a couple comments like this but still, I would love to see a video tut. Great job.
Goku looks amazing in your style! ^__^
Tat's a really cool Goku, I am loving those shoes.
Do you do your flats and shadows separately and then just overlay the shadow? What's your process there?