Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Monday, July 29, 2013
As some of you may know, I've already posted about ten or so pages of a comic called Good Witch. This comic, which once updated every Friday, has been on hiatus for a long, long time. I simply couldn't keep up with the updates at the time, and wanted to work on other things instead. So I let it go, and began focusing on MOROCHEY.
Now, as I get used to updating comics regularly, I've been thinking of starting it up again. Unfortunately, looking back, I can see that the art was ROUGH with a capital R. Looking back at my even older, unreleased stuff in my file, I also noticed that some major story-points were sorely lacking in that version. I thought to myself, "I can totally do better".
So... I intend to do better.
Below are some rough concepts of the style I want to use. The GIF format that I wanted to use supported the animation I would have liked to use, but sadly mangled my tones and shapes. I can't blame GIFs for that dude's hair and hands in the second pic, though. That was all me. <.< I'm still not sure whether I'm even going to stick to this style at all.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Monday, June 10, 2013
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Layers are a HUGE asset to digital art. If you use them wisely, they can make your life a whole lot easier. Let them get out of hand.. and you have a huge, confusing mess.
|For those of you who don't know already, Layers are like separate virtual pages, arranged one on top of the other. Most photo editing and art programs support this feature. Though the actual interface to mess with these layers may vary among programs, the basic concept is is the same. Whatever you draw, erase, or edit on one layer doesn't effect what happens to the other layers.|