I think it’s time the world sees the truth about backgrounds (and middlegrounds). On the surface, they look all nice and polished, but you turn the foreground layers off, and this is the mess that lies beneath. I pointed out a handful of mistakes (there are more). Oh, and last time I counted, this drawing has 47 layers.
And I think you have a talent for blogging and how-tos as well. Keep it up, you could really build a following!
I finished it. Took me long enough, huh? I added the rain effect with some filters on GIMP. I faded out the background a little. Overall, I am pretty happy with it. It is my first fully colored tablet drawing too. ^_^
Looks good! Now you’ve got me wanting to cruise Tumblr for graphics talent like yours :-) there’s always a need for talented graphic designers and artists! Go look at www.imvolt.com…you may dig the surrealisms my friend did on his website.
Just seen someone that has taken it upon themselves to ‘re-edit’ some of my images and post them online. It annoys me so much. I take people reblogging my pictures or saving them and posting them themselves (even if the latter is quite annoying) as a compliment. But re-editing them is to me the…
Keep working at it! Where I am, some good photographers run workshops and are associated with the local photo club (Cleveland Photographic Society)…some of these are probably more interested in sharing their knowledge than others… So perhaps you can visit such a club where you are in the UK and find more willing support among professionals there. The club here is AWESOME and very open-handed and community-conscious, hopefully you’ll find something where you are!
is fucking awful from the small amount that I’ve seen of it. People are sooo rude it’s just unbelievable. There’s been so many times I’ve reached out to an artist because I’m a huge fan of theirs and I’ve offered everything to them on a plate. Offered to travel to where they are and offered to…