Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Sprout!




So here is my IF painting! Sprout! yay for green thumbed hitchhikers! I had alot of fun with this and I feel like I will be able to learn to paint on the compter! The assignment was To scan in linework and paint it on photoshop.

18 comments:

Nicole said...
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josh said...

Very nice!

JO said...

awesome job. she has lots of character.

Erika Ariente said...

great work ;)

Michelle Diann said...

I love it...even if she isn't blonde :). the gestural quality is great in her hair and i really like the clouds.

KittyMeow said...

Cool! She looks so happy!

Piotr said...

i'd pick here up!:P

Brine Blank said...

Pretty nice...were you given instruction or did you just play with the layering and airbrush modes to get your desired results (overlay, screen, airbrush flow, etc)?

Amy Zaleski said...

This is lots of fun! I love the setting and her facial expression!

Brittany Marie Whited said...

thanks everyone of the comments!

Brine Blank: I dont know what any of that means! The instructions I recieved were mostly on channels and scanning linework. For blending I just used a painterly brush with the lineweight dependent on pressure and changed the opacity alot I also used the eyedropper to ge in-between values. I hope that helped!

Muffin said...

This is really nice! I like her face, hair and that flower a lot. :)

Scott said...

Very nice style. I especially like the curls in the clouds.
Is Peter De Seve one of your
influences?

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Awesome work, truly!

Michelle Lana said...

Cool work and lovely idea!

Bethany Stephens said...

hey there! I love this illustration...the colors and all of it! :)

Rowena said...

Very nice! Excellent work with the character... i love her expression. :)

Keely said...

I love this painting!!! Love you tons!

Mike Laughead said...

I agree with everyone else. This is great. Great lines, great colors, great expression. I am a bit confused about the hips and the back leg. It feels like the hip on the left side of the illo goes out too far for the way the back leg is. Do you get what I'm talking about?