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Thread: Goats

  1. #1
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    Goats

    Think I may have bit off more than I can chew with this one!

    Step 1: do the line art (pencil, thin precise liner) and base colouring (pencil, hard shader)
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    Step two, done this morning. A layer using chalk and knife.
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    Step three add in fur detailing and eyes and shadows. I also hid the line art; will probably redo it in ink once I've done the background.

    Edit: For those wondering, I used "bristle 1" in the sticker spray as the final layer for the fur.
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    Started working on the surroundings today. Started with the foreground, hid the goats for now, but they are behind the log. n_n
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    Those little goats are adorable!

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    This is going to be super!!! Actually it already is.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thank you MaryLou and Caesar! I've started work on the grassy hills, but it's going to take awhile. :3 Why is grass always so time consuming? :P

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    It is coming together very nicely , look forward to future updates.
    Geoff

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    Thanks, Henry and Geoff. I've actually finished it. You can see it in my gallery thread here on the forums (and in my 'proper' artrage gallery). n_n

    http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...7&postcount=77

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