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If it's not too much trouble, I wanted to ask you about a few of your drawings, specifically the link and sarah pictures that look like they were draw with color pencils but are done in PS. I was curious mostly how you kept your lineart. I noticed that it was a sketch that you drew and then scanned it. I suppose it's weird to ask, but I'm really curious because I really like how they turned out. Hope I'm not bugging you.

After I scan the lineart and open it in photoshop, it’s placed on the background layer by default. I duplicate that layer (Ctrl + J) and fill the background layer with white, leaving the lineart on the top. Then I set it as Multiply or Color Burn, and add colors on layers below it!


It felt wrong not to draw something for him, given how much joy he brought others.

The Zelda fandom lost a great man today. Sending strength and light to his family, especially his daughter, zeldawilliams

How big, pixel wise, do you make your digital paintings for printing? Sorry if this has been asked before. xD;

Very big, haha. I usually start with something around 3500 x 4960, and most of the time go bigger. If it’s a full body, for example, I use a bigger size since the face and the rest are smaller than if I were working on a portrait. I work on a big canvas not only in case I want to print it, but also because you need that big size to paint comfortably and add enough details. Working on a small canvas is a nightmare, believe me.

An animatic that I might turn into a short animation at some point in the future.

Sketch commission for gulaghar!

Process and details of this piece.

Forgot to tell you guys that I’m also on DrawCrowd! It’s a really fun site full of amazing art, you should check it out :)

I imagine Saria would feel at peace taking walks through the Lost Woods.

Hey! Do you think you could give some tips on blending colors? (I want to be good like you) *^*

Blending is basically eyedropping like crazy. Lower your brush’s opacity (or turn Transfer on) and alternate between painting and eyedropping. If you want a painterly look, you need to know when to stop blending and just let the brush strokes show. Make sure to vary the direction of your strokes too, instead of just following the silhouette of the shape. Hope this helps!