Started 5 years ago (2015-02-01T12:00:00Z). Goes forever.
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An attempt at replicating this landscape!! Landscapes & painting them are a super weak spot for me
I think a big mistake for this one was that I used a hard chunky brush (I used it to sketch, but it carried over to the final thing, whops) for everything and then used a soft cloud brush for the clouds. Also, I felt like the painting process or at least the feeling of the whole study feels more like markers rather than painting, so I'm trying to wrap my head around that. :0 Also, the details of a landscape always get to me. Hopefully I can approach it differently tomorrow!
I'm somewhat getting quicker drawing digitally? it felt like it didn't take me as long to get a sketch and some colors on. still trying some different techniques/brushes to see what i like more.
about this picture: i had an idea of what lionel looked like as a kid (around age 10 or 13?) prior to transitioning. the bow is supposed to look like cat ears lol. don't know how well i portrayed that. after puberty hits, the dysphoria gets really bad pushing them to transition
Spent most of the day trying to get this study of a mountain & rock texture right, wow it didn't come out so good, but it looks pretty ok from afar. (I painted with the canvas super zoomed out) More practice tomorrow!
Also, here's a WIP head for the April head challenge! Not sure if I'll stick too closely to the guidelines since portraits aren't exactly what I want to work on right now, but I'll try to get one good portrait out a few times a week!