looking at this work in progress (and other pieces by you) i'm amazed and taken aback by it all. So much detail makes it so entertaining and lovable to look at!!
Though, i'm sure you get a lot of those comments... I merely had wanted to ask on something that I didn't find answered on your page (and i'm sure your probably get a lot of these comments as well).
You see, i'm sure you do this in some program such as photoshop or paint or sai, correct?
Even so... I was wondering, if you had used Photoshop, exactly... what (oh whats a good word) mode (?) do you use to make the b/w version... moreso, I find myself wondering... How do you go through the process at least to this stage? I'm not sure if i'm just overlooking it... and for all I know, you're probably going to say "Oh, its just using a normal brush with black and white! " or something... >>
But I dunno... I was curious... and you seemed the individual that might actually get around to respond. Not to mention, your art is fabulous and I really hope someday I will get to your skill level, if not beyond!!
Anyway, thanks for your time, and keep up the good work. Much love!
No question is retarded, dont worry I just feel bad telling people that i do everything in default mode O_O Honestly, photoshop has some fantastic tools for everything from painting to project management, from artsy to highly technical. I just sketch stuff up, plop some tone or color down, depends on my mood i guess, sometimes i keep lines and do really nice ones, sometimes i dont, i guess im really just fair-weather O_o
And dont watch too close, I fart real loud when i think no ones looking O_O <3
I know you cannot possibly see my jaw on the floor from where you are (or CAN you? ), but... dear.... /J A W D R O P I am SO excited with what you are doing here. WOW that is an amazing mood you have going on!
So. Freaking. EXCITED!
(The kid in me simply wanted to post: "IEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!")