Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Final Bruce Shading

I could keep working on the shading for a few more days, but I think I have to go to color now. I'm a little nervous about the coloring, expecially with the limited colors.

4 comments:

Alex Constantin "John Marimoto" said...

Looks great! Can't wait to see the color version. Now with these lessons about coloring from black and white I follow with Bobby I am really curious what the color result would look like on your work. Success!

Jason Seiler said...

Steve, looks great! You'll find that with this limited palette, you should get plenty of color, all the color you'll need. This way of painting will force you to become better with understanding color and harmony, you'll do fine. Look at my blog soon, there will be a Tim Burton painting demo all done with a split comp palette.

Steve Harpster said...

Thanks Jason,
I've been following your Tim Burton painting so far and I'm really interested in this limited palette. Could you use this same technique if there is more than one person in the painting with diferent sking tones? Say someone with a dark skin tone and a person with redish skin tone? Just wondering for future works.

Tim Bye said...

Hey this is great! If there's one thing I've learn't -it's have fun! You've got your values fine, so once you've chosen your palette - just go crazy! Looking forward to seeing the colours!