I ended up falling behind because the weather did not help with what I planned to originally to do for this... so improvising!
Day 15: Paint
Paint spatter is one of my favorite ways of shooting portraits. I like the personality that comes from telling someone they are a piece of art. Here's a collage of just some of my favorite images.
Wishing my beautiful and vibrant sister Natalie a super-amazing 40th Birthday! When I was little, and afraid of the dark, you let me snuggle up with you and you made me feel safe. As I grew, you helped me find my voice and speak out against those who were unkind to you because of your disability. You have taught me patience, understanding and unconditional love, even during the most trying of times, and I am a better man because of you. Love you Sister - your baby brother.
Here is my attempt at @ragonia_#drawthisinyourstylechallenge im probably a bit late to the show but i had some time today at work so i got started on this.
for those of you curious with the process I started first with a ink drawing then transfered it over digitally. the steps are as follows:
1. pencil sketch
2. inking over
3. digital transfer/ clean up
-(here i tried eliminating the midtones in the crappy picture i took with my phone only leaving the artwork behind)
- (here i experimented with brush textures in photoshop and then colored each portion seperately within differemt layers. i added clipping masks to get quick chading done without having to worry about staying in the lines.)
5. finally i did a couple color samples and asked around to see what was the best liked.
getting a process down like this takes time and a lot of experimenting so dont feel bad if you are lost with it, every artist has their own prcess so give it some time and try and find what works for you.
hope this helps!