Loomdun wrote: »
...And I am being hulked enraged by multiple things right now and I will destroy you
NightDragon wrote: »
It looks like some of your image could be washed out, Radar. I assume you bumped up the contrast and/or brightness in PS?
Skelly B wrote: »
Radar6590 wrote: »
Charis wrote: »
At least it's comfy.
ManonvonSuperock wrote: »
So, I was asking typography related questions a couple of weeks ago for a class project. these are the fruit of that project. printed at 10x15"
these were bigger files than I thought. oh well. also, I corrected some spelling errors and stuff after I made these preview images, and the grey border/squares were trim marks for cropping, not on the final product.
sharky t wrote: »
halloween is approaching dont cha know...
still very much a work in progress
winter_combat_knight wrote: »
looks cool. i would have made the dude/horse man in the foreground a little smaller, and would have flipped it to be facing the big-ass monster. It would have brought the viewers eyes to the centre of the canvas more. Just my opinion. Regardless, the composition still works.
do you draw up manually (ruling up a grid) or do you project your image using a projector? Cos i'd imagine it would be frustrating as hell manully drawing it up, considering the size of your paintings.
tynic wrote: »
I don't even frickin know.
desperaterobots wrote: »
I just used a simple 8x2 grid to scale that up, took about 2 hours to grid and draw and correct, in between watching OZ and eating dinner!