This has 60 layers and I swear 20 of them are dedicated to the FLIPPINF FUR
Shadow I swear
I followed your tutorial but it always ends up too blurry or too harp or too clear or to bleeeh
I don't have that brush in FireAlpaca; there's just one type of airbrush
I guess I'll just have to practice
But this took like 4 hours ugggh
I got better at the backgrounds, that's good
I love this background
This page is pretty decent
Any of you guys have any tips for me?
One thing I'm concerned about it trying to make Pearl look like she does in panel 3 - which not so sharp of a chin, but when I switch back to front view, it looks weird without a sharp, protruding chin so I have to make her ungular like that and I don't really like it
This is a lot of information
I'm talking a lot
At first I thought sneasel was serious about this Kala person killing them and I was like "whoa that escalated quickly".
Anyways, I don't think I can currently be of much help artwise ^^" I've switched from airbrush shading to watercolor shading because I like the texture more, and I don't know how to fix the chin thing. ^^"
Idk all I can say is experiment with your shading style until you find something you like and that works for you :3
It's my failed attempt at backlighting
You see, when your eye glosses over her, it fails to discern the backlighted part of her from the background, so it makes Pearl's head look thinner and narrower than it actually is.
Now, your brain assumes that for Pearl's head to be that thin, her head needs to be turned 90 degrees away from the camera instead of 45 degrees from the camera, and your brain also knows that the further away you turn from the camera, the more forward your eye goes. So your brain see the left eye all the way back there and thinks, "Pearl's eye is weird."
I don't think I'll try backlighting Xp
FireAlpaca has like 20 but you can create your own - problem is, it's not super duper diverse
Ya know I think I'l stick to no fur for now - I kinda think that sort of technique goes better with lineless art :3
Because most people get tripped up at the boat part
They say like toyboy or toyboit
Because saying bowtoy is equally hard
And when you say toyboatoyboat, you're also say bowtoy
But when you're saying toyboat, toyboat, you're saying toyboat, toyboat, not bowtoy - which makes it much easier