Thanks for the help @LauraA . The plan is to work these out and then decide which message is more clear. The first set of finishes I completed with the girl in the center or this set with the girl arriving at the glass mountain. So many decisions scrambling in my head.
@neschof said in Lee White 6 step process steps 3 & 4:
@BichonBistro this is looking good, great work on the stripes!
I think the shadows on the hearts wouldn’t both be on the inside? Maybe more like?:
Thanks Nicola! I was thinking that the right side would cast its shadow onto the left side of the heart, but it looks better the way you drew it.
I love the way Christopher Denise illustrates cast shadows in the book "Groundhug Day", but figuring them out for imaginary scenes is a mystery to me. Lee White's upcoming "Light and Shadow" course is one I definitely need to take!
@laurie Thank you so much Laurie! - i really appreciate the feedback and kind words!
@Jason-Bowen Thank you for the feedback and draw over Jason! - i see your point - i do tend to go too dark (i think i'll need to send most of my Oz images through "curves" before i call them done
This is great and I really like how you have a very simple color scheme, definitely puts the focus on your subject matter extremely well!!
Yeah, I think you can! Just make sure that tortoise head it standing out from the hare. If it's not working just go through the list to see if you can tweak anything:
Hard or soft edges
Highlights or linework
Hi there, hereby my first post, this illustration of this crazy early bird. Painting done in procreate.
Inspired by color theory tutorial by Will. Tried to be more aware of the use of saturated/unsaturated colors to put emphasis on main part (head). Any feedback? thanks
@lee-white That's absolutely understandable! It's a bit of a passion project so I'll absolutely keep working on designing it but what you said about taking in account all the costs of production, I'll definitely put that on hold until I am able to figure it all out. This was incredibly insightful advice! Thank you!!