Ok. Here's the fox drawing that I edited a bit. (I'll edit it allot more)
I recoloured the image and blurred the furr in the direction that it would goHow I coloured the image:
I changed the colour balance of the original sketch (which is why the signature is now orange). I then created a layer on top of the sketch and turned the transparency down. I then added colours in areas that needed it. So I added white, a darker orange and black.I then merged this layer to the sketch to do the next step.
I added some black in the areas that it would be and added some eyes. (I'll make the eye of the left side of the image darker)
I'm gonna play around with lots of tools and stuff to see if I can get a good fur effect.How I drew eyes:
If you guys are wondering how I draw eyes I turn down the opacity and flow of the brush (For photoshop). I then turn down the hardness and size of the brush. Because the opacity is turned down you draw multiple times of the same area to get the shade that you want. (You're going to draw it blurry) You then get a lighter or darker colour and draw on areas of the eye you think would have that colour. When you are happy with the iris you draw the pupil (The black part of the eye). To draw the iris turn the flow of the brush up a draw the pupil. In my case the pupil is not round for the image I'm drawing so I drew it vertically. Once you have done this use the sharpen tool on the pupil to make it sharp and on the iris (coloured part of the eye) to give it an edge. Then you want to select the eyes and play with the brightness contrast to get the transition of colour you want. You can then use the hue/saturation tool to modify the colour.Anyone know some tutorials of how to draw fur digitally
? I think I'm lacking the ability at the moment.
Here's what came out of my experiment:
It's way to bright and I couldn't get a fur texture I wanted. Oh well ^_^ Maybe I'll just practice with coloured pencils...