im making a new one.. the old one is so outdated ;;
Colour Sketches- 10$
Full colour (simple or no background)- 15-20$
Full colour (W/ complex background) - 25-30$
what am i able to do? well just about anything bob!
I can draw, oc’s/fc’s/pokemon/furries/inklings/anything in any sorta fandom!
i cannot really do mecha, hate art, or anything thats kinda.. gross in my standards. i have me some limits y’know
i can draw nsfw. it will cost and extra 5$ i HAVE MANY LIMITS ON THIS TOO. YOU MUST DISCUSS WITH ME BEFORE HAND! but i will put this out here I WILL NOT I REPEAT WILL NOT DRAW ANYONE UNDER 18 IN SEUXAL ACTS.
Extra characters do cost 5$ more too.
IM VERY FLEXIBLE BUT IF I FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE WITH YOUR REQUEST I WILL HAVE TO POLITELY DECLINE!
Coloured sketch of the Blackrock Trio. Also I totally put Rythian in his Red Matter/Infernal armor, because come on, we need to do the great Wizard justice. Actually I went for an older approach on all three of these. Felt like I needed to picture good old times.
I’d say I’ll probably do every group of yogs this way, but I have a tendency of promising stuff but never actually doing it. I’ll try to do this though.
id love a colouring tutorial, (if you can) because yours is so wonderful ^-^
It goes pretty much like this. Step one, make a layer above the background, rough sketch. It’ll probably be really ugly. Here, Cronus and Eridan will demonstrate.
Get the values in (there’s no real trick to this, just blocking and refining… Make as many layers as you need, I usually end up with a bunch but sometimes work on one? Doesn’t really matter.)
Clean up messy bits, put an incredibly lazy backdrop in there on a layer between art and background
Make an overlay layer! (you can compress some of the old layers beneath it, if you like. Gets them out of the way) Then, start slapping down colour.
Still pretty dull overall, right? We’re going to make another overlay layer and paint in the shadowed areas in one colour and the bright ones in another. (Red and yellow, in this instance. I usually paint it out and then mess with the hue slider until I like it. That’s also a good way to find accidental nice colour schemes) Or add some random dabs of colour, that works too. 80% of this is happy accidents, as Bob Ross would say.
For the final lazy painter touch, make yet another layer, set it to soft light, and put a gradient set to something warm and light near the top, and something pale and cool near the bottom. Whoa it’s like I’m more skilled than I really am! Miracles.
So that’s pretty much how I colour. All my (lazy, lazy) secrets revealed.