shaped, proportioned and posed.
Step 2: More refining on the first gesture. This is the start of the details as I figure
Step 3: Refining all the details and the final line art. Once the line art is done, I bring
the layer to the front and lock it separate from the color layer.
Step 4: Add color!! This part can be frustrating, as I'm always expanding my coloring
techniques. I use many many layers and then merge them. It's not uncommon
for a layer I'm coloring on to be titled in the hundreds.
|This step-by-step process is how I draw many of the details in my doodles.|
Eyes, lips, ears and an example of a color pallet.
What I draw with:
I love to draw with my Wacom tablet. My family got it for me as a combined gift for my birthday one year and I've used it nonstop ever sense.
- I'm using a Wacom Intuos 3.0 tablet.
- 99% of the time, I draw with Photoshop CS5.
- I use between a size 3 and 6 brush for line work.
- If it's a doodle that will only be on the web, I use 72 DPI.
- If it's a doodle for print, I use 300 DPI in CMKY mode.
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If you guys have any questions about my doodles, please feel free to ask!!
I love to draw, sketch, paint and create. I don't know what I'd do without my drawing tablet. <3
Do any of you guys like to draw?
I'd love to see pics if you have any! :D