More concept art slash style searching experimentation for my "mystery comic project", which now has a title, as those of you who follow stuff on the main site already know. And with that title being Stand still. Stay silent
, I can finally stop referring to it as "mystery comic project."
Holy moly, I completely botched the perspective on this one. And I know exactly why: it's because I justlove
starting a picture with a sweeping, rounded layout, but then I completely forgot to make sure the lines of the buildings keep with that same rounded form. Now the two sides of the image don't line up at all, which becomes very apparent with the line texture on top. Sure, I could easily go back and tweak it a bit with the skew tool or something, but if I just start relying on stuff like that I'll never learn to not make these kinds of mistakes to begin with. So, hello Embarrassing Glaring Errors, please push me to improve myself! Thank you.
~The art log entry
with work in progress pictures and some blabberings to go with them may be found here: link to art log entry
Photoshop CS4, wacom cintiq 12wx