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Making of Dark Angel

Hello, I’m here again showing one of my works, unfortunately I could not do it more detailed, because the psd original was lost along with my HD, and the backup does not read cd.
Luckily I managed to recover some pictures that I believe is the enough to show in a simplified manner as it was done.
Thank you all and hope you enjoy.

STEP 1

On a white background, I traced the outline with simple round brush.

STEP 2

With a broad brush, I painted basic colors that will be used, starting with the background color of the face.

STEP 3

Now, do the boundaries of light and shadows.

STEP 4

Here still modeling their shapes and highlighting the face, exchanging between colors and more soothing, noting that the step 3 onwards.I’m using brush with “pen pressure”.

STEP 5

In this step, do the same thing I did with the face painting color background clothing, note that this step is not necessary to use pen pressure.

STEP 6

Here I start to paint the eyes and mouth, along with the colors light clothing.

STEP 7

Now pay attention to details of the face, showing the expression

STEP 8

Now has refined the details of the mesh in the clothes.

STEP 9

I believed this step was completed, but felt they lacked something, was not exactly as I imagined.

STEP 10

After exchanging a few words with the model of painting, I realized that could leave it darker and so do justice to the title. Just set the “Levels” to have this result.

Thanks

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About The Author

Ney Lisboa Born in 1981, Ney Lisboa (TeoClyts) came to enjoy the art of drawing with five years of age in 2001, bought his first computer with the intention of improving their way of painting. But with work, lack of time, lost the will to draw until early 2008 and bought a tablet, in July 2008 he met his girlfriend (Maya), which inspired his first digital painting.

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