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For those curious about what the old man’s been up to since the sketch wip post.
Blocked in Mr. Power’s color base and lighting scheme over the weekend.  Now begins the painstaking rendering process.
Haven’t had a chance to fully paint out a piece like this in a good while.  Hopefully this all comes together with minimal aggravation.

For those curious about what the old man’s been up to since the sketch wip post.

Blocked in Mr. Power’s color base and lighting scheme over the weekend.  Now begins the painstaking rendering process.

Haven’t had a chance to fully paint out a piece like this in a good while.  Hopefully this all comes together with minimal aggravation.

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Greetings from WIP Land again.
Since I first started sketching this drawing, all I’ve wanted to do was get to inking that shiny spandex on Shreeve’s body. Now that I’m actually there… well, I just can’t concentrate… for reasons… very hard reasons.
I need coffee in my system now.
#yeah I just draw everything in FireAlpaca now

Greetings from WIP Land again.

Since I first started sketching this drawing, all I’ve wanted to do was get to inking that shiny spandex on Shreeve’s body. Now that I’m actually there… well, I just can’t concentrate… for reasons… very hard reasons.

I need coffee in my system now.

#yeah I just draw everything in FireAlpaca now

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Ollie, Shriek’s assistant, from Batman Beyond
Don’t mind me, just trying to figure out a really bizarre character design… (will probably change significantly the next time I draw him).
At some point the writers decided that Walter Shreeve needed an assistant, and that the job would be best suited to a purple animal boy with a mullet. (Anyone have an official explanation for this?)
#I saw where fan art wasnt and I said No

Ollie, Shriek’s assistant, from Batman Beyond

Don’t mind me, just trying to figure out a really bizarre character design… (will probably change significantly the next time I draw him).

At some point the writers decided that Walter Shreeve needed an assistant, and that the job would be best suited to a purple animal boy with a mullet. (Anyone have an official explanation for this?)

#I saw where fan art wasnt and I said No

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Maze is my favorite Fable character. ( …and I still can’t believe it took me this long to actually get a pic up of him!)
Since my first playthrough of the original Fable, all those years ago, my personal story for the Hero included an aspiration to become a powerful mage …which lead to deep admiration of Maze and a further romantic interest in him. Makes it all the more heartbreaking when I have to fight him. :/

There will never be enough fan art of Maze.  Ever. Seriously. 

Maze is my favorite Fable character. ( …and I still can’t believe it took me this long to actually get a pic up of him!)

Since my first playthrough of the original Fable, all those years ago, my personal story for the Hero included an aspiration to become a powerful mage …which lead to deep admiration of Maze and a further romantic interest in him. Makes it all the more heartbreaking when I have to fight him. :/

There will never be enough fan art of Maze.  Ever. Seriously. 

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Ok, sorry it took a while.  Had to work up the nerve…. then tumblr decided to give me trouble… as usual.
Thanks for the hype, diko-hatch. I’ll try to live up to it.
And the “BRING IT” challenge, sweettartsloveryo. Challenge accepted.
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This is a WIP shot of a gift I’m drawing for a Femme Reaver I occasionally RP with.  (Don’t worry, I didn’t ruin the surprise.)
So… who still wants to follow me? lol

Ok, sorry it took a while.  Had to work up the nerve…. then tumblr decided to give me trouble… as usual.

Thanks for the hype, diko-hatch. I’ll try to live up to it.

And the “BRING IT” challenge, sweettartsloveryo. Challenge accepted.

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This is a WIP shot of a gift I’m drawing for a Femme Reaver I occasionally RP with.  (Don’t worry, I didn’t ruin the surprise.)

So… who still wants to follow me? lol

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Something special for diko-hatch.
This is the process line for how I made her birthday gift picture.
1. First, I sketched out the idea on the computer.  When I sketch the initial plan for a drawing/painting, it can be on paper, the computer, or a combination.  Whichever works for me at the time.
2. Made a layer for the line art and started the detailed drawing.  The figures of Albion Diko and Barry Hatch came along pretty well, but the background started giving me trouble.  I was trained traditionally, and sometimes it is hard for me to really see the perspective properly on a screen (and I don’t have programs that cheat the perspective for you!), especially if I’ve already had my eyes locked on it for a few hours, so…
3.  Time to kick this background out Old School.  I had sacredflamingheart make a couple of print-outs of just Diko and Hatch on 8 1/2” x 11” printer paper.  I took one of the copies (the second one was in case I screwed up the first draft) and carefully taped it to a blank piece of printer paper to form an 11” x 17” piece to work the scene out on. I also lightly tacked on an additional piece of blank newsprint strip to mark my horizon line and vanishing points on.  Once I had my set-up on my board and found all my rulers (except my t-square… but I managed without it), I drew out all the furniture, windows, floor and walls.    Then I added in the clothing, weapons, food and accessories.
4.  This is how the image, now with a pencil-drawn background, looked right after I scanned it into the computer.
5.  I lined the new background on the computer and added it to the digital lines I already had waiting of Diko and Hatch.  As I was lining the background sketch, I noticed that the balance was off in the image, and the angle of Hatch’s knife in the window seemed to lead the viewer’s eye awkwardly out of the scene, so I flipped the angle of the dagger, added some more accessories (bag of god, more of Hatch’s writings, and condoms!), and shifted the position of the candle holder on the nightstand to balance the piece.  Check out those layers… and that was after condensing about half of the initial lot.
6.  I darkened the figures, and lightened the background, so the lines didn’t run together when I compressed and re-sized the finished piece for posting.  I don’t always do that.  I really depends on the amount of tiny details involved.
A large-sized version of the finished line art is viewable on deviantArt. 

Something special for diko-hatch.

This is the process line for how I made her birthday gift picture.

1. First, I sketched out the idea on the computer.  When I sketch the initial plan for a drawing/painting, it can be on paper, the computer, or a combination.  Whichever works for me at the time.

2. Made a layer for the line art and started the detailed drawing.  The figures of Albion Diko and Barry Hatch came along pretty well, but the background started giving me trouble.  I was trained traditionally, and sometimes it is hard for me to really see the perspective properly on a screen (and I don’t have programs that cheat the perspective for you!), especially if I’ve already had my eyes locked on it for a few hours, so…

3.  Time to kick this background out Old School.  I had sacredflamingheart make a couple of print-outs of just Diko and Hatch on 8 1/2” x 11” printer paper.  I took one of the copies (the second one was in case I screwed up the first draft) and carefully taped it to a blank piece of printer paper to form an 11” x 17” piece to work the scene out on. I also lightly tacked on an additional piece of blank newsprint strip to mark my horizon line and vanishing points on.  Once I had my set-up on my board and found all my rulers (except my t-square… but I managed without it), I drew out all the furniture, windows, floor and walls.    Then I added in the clothing, weapons, food and accessories.

4.  This is how the image, now with a pencil-drawn background, looked right after I scanned it into the computer.

5.  I lined the new background on the computer and added it to the digital lines I already had waiting of Diko and Hatch.  As I was lining the background sketch, I noticed that the balance was off in the image, and the angle of Hatch’s knife in the window seemed to lead the viewer’s eye awkwardly out of the scene, so I flipped the angle of the dagger, added some more accessories (bag of god, more of Hatch’s writings, and condoms!), and shifted the position of the candle holder on the nightstand to balance the piece.  Check out those layers… and that was after condensing about half of the initial lot.

6.  I darkened the figures, and lightened the background, so the lines didn’t run together when I compressed and re-sized the finished piece for posting.  I don’t always do that.  I really depends on the amount of tiny details involved.

A large-sized version of the finished line art is viewable on deviantArt

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Sketch vs. Completion comparison of “Making Up”.Thought I would start this blog off with a glimpse of how my images can change from the initially idea to the finished work.This image of Barry Hatch, Reaver and Logan, from the Fable III video game, began as a pencil sketch on a piece of standard printer paper.  Mostly done to get the posing and general expressions down. After scanning it into the computer, I continued to detail it, fixed their likenesses and expressions, adjusted the anatomy, foreshortening and perspective, added more background elements, and gave it a dramatic tilt to enhance the action and perspective further before digitally inking it to completion. Not too many major changes on this piece.  Mostly just some adjusting and enhancing of what was already in thesketch.  Actually I spent of the most time trying to get Barry Hatch’s likeness (his face does tend to give me trouble.).The full version of “Making Up” is viewable at y!Gallery and Hentai Foundry.A Non-Adult alternate version is viewable at deviantArt. Any questions, feel free to ask.

Sketch vs. Completion comparison of “Making Up”.

Thought I would start this blog off with a glimpse of how my images can change from the initially idea to the finished work.

This image of Barry Hatch, Reaver and Logan, from the Fable III video game, began as a pencil sketch on a piece of standard printer paper.  Mostly done to get the posing and general expressions down.

After scanning it into the computer, I continued to detail it, fixed their likenesses and expressions, adjusted the anatomy, foreshortening and perspective, added more background elements, and gave it a dramatic tilt to enhance the action and perspective further before digitally inking it to completion.

Not too many major changes on this piece.  Mostly just some adjusting and enhancing of what was already in thesketch.  Actually I spent of the most time trying to get Barry Hatch’s likeness (his face does tend to give me trouble.).

The full version of “Making Up” is viewable at y!Gallery and Hentai Foundry.

A Non-Adult alternate version is viewable at deviantArt.

Any questions, feel free to ask.

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