This I did as a request on the Draw one ask one thread for artiom1q2w, I put enough effort to wanna share on the regular art thread too.
Hope you like. :)
So glad you liked it, thank you! :D
Hey Bud, thanks for giving it thumbs up!
The idea came to me when Artiom gave a choice for either of the two Sentinels being drawn and I said to myself, why not all for compositional purposes?
I'm happy I did it since I like what the final results turned out to be, it was only supposed to be a quick sketch but I kept adding and adding.... :)
Hey Man, great to see you around again, thanks for the positive words and I am glad you liked it! :D
Well thank you miss I say that to all the artists. I always appreciate hearing from you. You know that Momma Bear was derived from an inspiration. ;)
BTW I thought you where gonna post it on your profile since it was for you. You did say you where, aha!
Still means I wanna see your talented lines, chop chop! :P
@ramsillustrations this is great :) good job you have alot of talent. how long did it take?
Thanks, always appreciate the kind words.
With breaks I think maybe from start to finish 5 or 6 hours.
There is about 22 figures on there and the details in the machinery, so it may have taken a bit more but I did it in an evening and I remember I was pretty happy that it didn't take that much longer than what I mentioned. :p
I do a rough sketch to get an idea and and then reduce the contrast on the layer. I then add another layer and refine the sketch.
The second rough is what I use to draw it a 3rd time as my polished final version. On my Penguin in the costume redesign contest that I believe is what a second version looks like.
Rough but clean enough to understand. Penguin
Since working in digital helps cut time on the amount of erasing I do by just following the lines off of the layer below, it does take a good 2 or three to get the final version, no smudges, no picking up and cleaning brushes and sadly no originals,
but did I mention no cleaning or erasing? :p
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