A small over-simplified talk about color! I provided the original Ness illustration along with the lineart so anyone can play and practice with it as they choose!
***Study from life and study color theory! A lot of what I’m showing can help with picking a palette. Contrast and readability can be lost easily when dealing with layer properties. Watch out and manually fix or rework the palette separately when you feel you’ve discovered which colors you want to use,
Note: If It wasn’t clear enough these are all done with clipping layers above the example illustration.
Hope You guys liked Episode 301! I got to help work out a lot of kinks on our Friend Conroy here. The original design was done by Maximus Pauson, But They had me do the 3D model as well as figure out the transformation. Color Credit goes to COREY BOOTH, who did a fantastic job of coloring this robot. I love it so much
Night view looking southeast of Midtown Manhattan from the top of Times Square’s Marriott Marquis Hotel, in the Summer of 1987. The 45-story Interchem Building (Emery Roth & Sons, 1969) are at left, and the 40-story New York Telephone Building (Kahn & Jacobs, 1974) with the 102-story Empire State Building (Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, 1931) are visible at center.
Source: Michael George “New York Today” (New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1988)