And here’s progress how I do my 1-2 hour doodles, since some of you were interested seeing that. I’ll describe how I did my pic of Ash (numbered image), since it have the most progress images (and I use Photoshop CC). The same progress was used at other two drawings. Size of doodles is A4 format.
1. Grey rough sketch | 2. Adding colors on Soft Light and Overlay layers. Rough detailing | 3. Detailing with Hard Round Pressure Opacity brush (I change Hardness from 0-80%) | 4. Changing expression | 5-6. Detailing with Hard Round Pressure Opacity brush (settings the same as before) | 7. Adding glow around him on Screen layer. Adding textures on his shirt with textured brushes | 8. Smudging | 9. Finished painting (added more filters such as Contrast, Levels, Selective Color…and color changing with Overlay layer…also Lens Correction, Smart Sharpen and Noise).
Bik Ismo created this fantastic metallic dog mural for the Raw Project at the Jose De Diego Middle School during Art Basel Miami last week. The piece took about four days and was completed entirely with spray paint, reflecting objects and scenes from the surrounding area.