Thursday, November 04, 2010

Giant Nuts

Not 100% sold on the drafting film yet, but I do like how you can put the lineart under it and then colour that. Saves time having to transfer the lineart and doesn't leave any noticeable lines on the film. I actually prefer this with the rough lineart behind it, not sure why tho.

Those brown things are dried up conkers from the park. Not sure what I am going to do with them, throw them at the junkies as they walk by perhaps?

Wheres the ball? Sky practising her dance moves?


2paw said...

Wheee!! Sky is very skilled at the ball(room) dancing!!

Serena said...

Not having to transfer designs would be a bonus with the drafting film. I've never used it before but, apparently, it's makes life easier when fixing errors too?

Great action shot of Sky!

kaslkaos said...

I've been drawing too many naked people lately. When I saw your title my thoughts went to a very wrong place. ;-)
The drafting film is interesting. If you like it with the rough lines, you can add them in for real later if you still want it that way.

Macpurp said...

love the idea of sky dancing!!!
she is so pretty!

much love teen xx

Perpetual Chocoholic said...


I never thought of using the mylar/film that way, but it makes a lot of sense! Glad you thought of that! Now it makes me want to try!

Sky really knows how to live!

Jennifer Rose said...

cindy, i think we should enter her into doggie dancing lol :)

serena, if you erase to much, you can take the frosty layer off of the film, which then really shows up and I don't think could be fixed :/

lol ingrid! :) i think if i use a cross hatching technique the film would work better for me

*hugs* teen :)

sandi, conkers=horse chestnuts