2D Artwork: Omega Supreeeeeeeeme!

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  1. Josh

    Josh Comic Color-guy

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    woot!

    Drew this tonight. IM SO OUTTA PRACTICE SO I PRACTICED

    but anyways!

    Here's a fun little gif of the pic from sketch to inks! [and a jpg of the final pic is attached too]

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  2. Superquad7

    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    Out of practice? Nah! :thumb 
     
  3. Blitz.

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    that gif is so hypnotising
     
  4. The Madness

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    That's a great little timelapse for an equally great image.
    It's a really interesting insight to see you form, block, and detail. Thanks for sharing Josh.
     
  5. Big Hache

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    Sweet! What program was that done in?
     
  6. Josh

    Josh Comic Color-guy

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    I drew it in manga studio. I just made some screen caps of my layers and turned it into a GIF with adobe image ready.

    Fun stuff!

    Thanks guys :) 
     
  7. Big Hache

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    Cool. I still haven't gotten used to all digital illustrating. The frictionless Wacom surface is not my fav. I like my pencil gripping paper.
     
  8. Kaijumaster

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    if this out of practice lets see Josh at 100%
     
  9. Josh

    Josh Comic Color-guy

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    Yeah that was always a big worry for me too, but honestly its not that bad. It didn't take me very long to get used to my cintiq (I can't handle the regular little tablets, though. I borrowed a friends intuos once and it was frustrating as heck. But that's more due to the hand-eye disconnect)

    Can't say anything bad to say or that i have any regrets about my going "all digital"

    Its quite fun! :) 
     
  10. edf

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    very nice! Its so interesting to see someone elses work come together! So envious you can sketch on the computer. I have a tablet for my mac- but use a PC- i know there isnt any real difference- but for some reason- i cannot use it on the pc...
    Very nice drawing!@
     
  11. Big Hache

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    Well, a Cintiq is an entirely different story. :) 

    I miss drawing but there are only so many hours in a day.
     
  12. Jetbolt

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    Impressive, love the gif.
     
  13. Slipstreamer 8

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    You should do Omega Spream
     
  14. cromagnus

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    Don't sit on that drawing talent Josh. Take risks and push yourself out of the comfort zone. draw everyday even if just for 5 minutes. Do you draw from toys, reference material, or your imagination? Or some combination?
     
  15. Belgrath

    Belgrath Boom! Nutshot!

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    That is pretty neat, especially the .gif. :thumb 
     
  16. moreprimeland

    moreprimeland Optimus told me to do it! Moderator

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    Love the artwork, the character and the way you posted it!! :thumb  :thumb 
     
  17. Josh

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    Thanks for the encouraging words everybody!

    How i draw is usually a mixture of all that. Just depends on the idea i have in my head and if i feel confident enough to carry it out. If i dont feel like i can do it just all on my own ill get me some references wherever i can! Ill use myself lookin in a mirror or something, look for photos online, or yeah ill grab a figure and see what i can use.

    This picture, the idea of it was all just straight from mind. But to be honest its not all that dynamic or complex (just a pretty basic 'just standing there' pose lol). I did use ref for all the details n all that though :p 



    And funny story, im gonna be doing some drawing for something here pretty soon! Very exciting!!
     

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