When she started torturing you, something snapped in a way I couldn’t explain, only that seeing you bleeding and screaming undid me. It broke me at last. And I knew as I picked up that knife to kill her … I knew right then what you were. I knew that you were my mate, and you were in love with another male, and had destroyed yourself to save him, and that … that I didn’t care. If you were going to die, I was going to die with you. I couldn’t stop thinking it over and over as you screamed, as I tried to kill her: you were my mate, my mate, my mate. “But then she snapped your neck.”Tears rolled down his face. “And I felt you die,” he whispered. Tears were sliding down my own cheeks.
A long, arduous method. Mainly because of my perfectionism but also because I use multiple programs to get the result I want. Below the cut is a rough process I go through to get to an end product (not a tutorial or how-to, that would require more time then i will ever have).
If you are actually after a tutorial, I am really the wrong person to ask…………
Submission for “Creative Brief: Design a poster for AMC’s PREACHER” at PosterSpy. Digitally painted and textured in PS using a Wacom Intuous pro. Official promo pictures of the character used as reference and stock photos for textures.
Sissel, I had a question that I was wondering for a while as I don't know if you ever mentioned it or said this elsewhere before. (Apologies if you have talked about this before, I just can't seem to find it. XP) What program(s) do you mainly use to create your art in? ... Also maybe, what are your favorite brush settings for those pretty chalky textures on some of your paintings? :3 **Happily meeps in curiosity.**
no worries, I get asked a lot but I don’t think I have it written anywhere public :p I use photoshop CC (newest version) for all my digital art! the chalky texture is just that, a texture added to a brush I made in PS! in reality the texture just looks like this and repeats over and over, makes a kind of cool effect!
You can pretty much add anything as a texture on the brushes, which is cool!