I've always loved your cityscapes! Can you please explain a little bit which digital techniques you used for this? I really like the sepia wash feel... it definitely sets the old town mood.
Really cool and interesting sketch,sorry pascal, i can never think of any suggestions or questions.
ohh i just thought of one....Why dont you allow anonymous comments?
I like this look too and am also curious to know how your work. I really like yesterday's post too. That little guy looks like he's out to cause some trouble :)
hey pascal.. do you sleep?
Hey Bobby, Sarah..it's nothing really magic or new to most people, but, I just drew the background on paper, scanned it in, and colored it with photoshop.I then exported it as jpg and imported it into flash where I drew the people. some shadows and a few more tweaks.Then I exported it from thee.I don't usually "mix" medias.This is a fun process for me!
oh, and Mike.. yeah.. I do sleep!a lot actually!
Great control of values and composition, and the line work has a lot of charm!
Sweeeeeeeeeeet stuff! I just checked out your website.... great animations... super entertaining with great designs! Can't wait to see more!Cheers!
hey MAc...Values and composition is something I use to work so much back in the day.It feels good to get back to it once in a whileCaroline Hey.thank you!I really apreciate this
This is the kind of stuff i've been indulging myself in lately! I'ts only recently that I reached a comfort level with Photoshop to do my own experiments.. I'm still learning Flash and hope to do some more stuff with it someday....Where will we be without digital media right? Anyways this is a really nice sketch Pascal!
where would we be without digital medias....good question!I don't think I'd be able to do a quarter of the stuff I'm doing now, but i'd find some other way.hmmm...Thanks Louie!
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