Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Powergirl

Warmup drawing/sketch, trying to get more comfortable with using my Cintiq tablet for lineart. Done entirely in CS3.




12 comments:

~ tOkKa said...

-->> .. i want her to hit me as hard as she can !!

pablo said...

looking good

l e d o said...

solid pose solid colors, real nice

kaNO! said...

looks dope as usual Khary, however CS3 is so last year, you needs to step it up with CS4

Vee (Scratch) said...

Question did you ink it in Illustrator or Photoshop?

Did you ever try Painter?
For inking I think it is way better than Photoshop.
Let me know if you can.

Kid Kalig said...

KaNO - Hell man, I can't keep up with this sh*t. I JUST got upgraded to CS3.

Vee - All Photoshop. I've never really gotten down with Painter but I've heard great things about it. Same with Alias Sketchbook. I need to mess around with both. I just have a certain comfort level with PS's tools.

Vee (Scratch) said...

I'm also very familiar with PSD, shortcuts and all. But remember, Photoshop is an image-editing application at its best.

Painter feels very loose and natural. The "pen" and "pencil" brushes feels closer to the real thing for drawing. I do use Photoshop for some coloring and fx. I'm still in the process of experimenting with both products and I'm curious as to what other use digitally.

Kid Kalig said...

Definitely mess with Alias if you can. It's got a very natural feel as well but not the memory hog that Painter can be. Not very good for painting, but very good for linework. All the heads in my studio use Alias to work on TMNT.

Vee (Scratch) said...

Alias Sketchbook . . . THANKS, I'll try it out.

Space Station Orbiter: Cloud 99 said...

Very nice work. I can't keep up with you kids!

Dayne Henry Jr said...

Already lookin mad comfortable with that cintiq man! Loving the composition and colors... mad skillz!

- Dayne

Adrian Barrios said...

I'd hit it.