Some more Wildstar. I forget how much art was made for this game. I think if we measured it in craptons, there would be about 14.2 bajillion. I invented that nonsense alien alphabet to get around localizing text for other countries. Sidestepped that headache.
Concept art and animation panels for Treasure Planet 2
Before Treasure Planet was shown in cinemas, Thomas Schumacher, then president of Walt Disney Feature Animation, mentioned the possibilities of having direct-to-video releases for Treasure Planet as well as a television series. He stated that they already had “a story and some storyboards and concepts up and a script for what a sequel to [Treasure Planet] could be,” and that they also had a “notion” of what the series would be.
Director Jun Falkenstein and screenwriter Evan Spiliotopoulos began early development on Treasure Planet 2. In the sequel, Jim Hawkins and Kate, his love interest and classmate at the Royal Interstellar Academy, must team with Long John Silver to stop the villainous Ironbeard from freeing the inmates of Botany Bay Prison Asteroid. Willem Dafoe was set to voice Ironbeard. The sequel was canceled when Treasure Planet disappointed at the box office.
How I color stuff - a tutorial thingy?
This tutorial should work with most digital art programs such as SAI, Photoshop, MangaStudio and Corel Painter.
Okay so before I start I should first sum up the layers I’m gonna use:
Alright now when we got that cleared up, let’s get started!
I begin with a grayscale painting. I only include regular shadows such as cast shadows and core shadows. For this part you can go further and render the picture to make it look less like a drawing/sketch. Or just leave it as it is.
Make sure this layer contains no white pixels once you’re done. And try not to make the shadows too dark or too bright.
Now lock the layer, set it to multiply and fill it with a dark red tone - this goes mainly for areas such as skin and hair. But don’t be afraid to experiment with other hues!
Create a new layer below the first one and fill it with your preferred dark base color.
Now it’s time to add the colors! Create a normal layer between the first two and simply start coloring. I suggest using a brush with opacity set to pen pressure. Make sure to not add “shadow colors” here - that’s what we have the dark base layer for!
The red tone from the top layer is great for adding warmth blending in the skin and hair.
If you aren’t satisfied with the color mood, just change the dark base layer to a different color. It’s a nice safe way to experiment with color combinations!
Here’s the final result! I could continue to work on this further by merging the layers and render it to look more paintery. But I think this looks okay as it is.
I hope this tutorial is somewhat helpful for some peeps out there!
well these aren’t very good, but after 6 months of no life drawing, I’m BACK ! YUP ! t thans to a friend I could find life drawing sessions in Tokyo ^___^ I’m so happy !
Unless my previous life drawings, these range from 30 seconds up to 20 minutes. it’s very hard for me to adapt to longer pose …