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Ready for a fight - coloured by Sepseriis Ready for a fight - coloured by Sepseriis
Was told to add colour so I did so. Well, here he is, all coloured. Didn't help that my computer crashed three times while doing so. Not a great fan of the shading of his trusers but other than that I think it turned out alright
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Wolborg Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2004
:jawdrop: wow thats exellent :clap:

its been too long since I commented on your art @_@
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Sepseriis Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you ^-^
It sure has, then a very big thank you then ^-^
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deviantFrosty Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2004  Hobbyist
Awesome. One of your best coloring jobs so far, I think :)
I like the way you shaded the trousers. The only advice I can think of, is to try using some more pronounced highlights. (For example to make the metal look a bit more shiny).
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Sepseriis Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Really? Thank you :) Just made my day that.
Meh, I think they look awful, the trousers I mean, look at odds with the rest of the shading. I tried making the metal bits shinier, ebil metal, I'll see what I can do bout that then
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deviantFrosty Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2004  Hobbyist
Usually it helps me if I use a really light color (e.g almost white) on the parts of the metal where the light should fall. :)
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Sepseriis Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, thats what I do (and tried to do there) but I think it got smudged up with the rest of the colour, so it seems hardly visible
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deviantFrosty Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2004  Hobbyist
Don't be afraid to take risks with the color sometimes. Since you're working on the computer, you can undo pretty much anything you do anyway). When I make highlights and metal and things like that, I usually open a new layer (in photoshop that is) so that I can mess around with it, without actually touching the drawing underneath. Sometimes it's fun to play with extreme light-effects :)

Sorry if I sound preachy, by the way. Just trying to be constructive :)
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Sepseriis Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sometimes I do that, stick another layer with photoplus to play around with shading and highlights and such. I am not often one who plays around with effects, unless, like on corel painter, there one that I think is lovely.

Oh yes, I do realise that, does sound a little like that but I'm always open for any sort of criticism thrown at me, well unless its people dissing one of my pictures just because its anthro *growls*
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deviantFrosty Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2004  Hobbyist
Okay, going to stop sounding bossy now :)
I do really like your work. And you're getting better all the time :)
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Sepseriis Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:) Naa, you don't have to, bossy can make suggestions, suggestions improve ^-^
Thank you, thanks very muchly
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