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my OOP process...



Hello all, I'm throwing up a little description of my process.

A. The first two are really rough thumbs. I tend to be pretty "loose" with this stage. Sometimes I work in pencil, sometimes right in photoshop. It resembles a marker comp more than anything else. I just use a standard brush with an opacity set on 60 or 70 percent for the intial sketch, then lighter for the tones.

B. A refinement of the pencil thumbnail. I've rearranged a few of the dogs placements for a better composition.

C. Another refinement, in pencil, then scanned in, then more photoshop to nail the shapes and silhouettes.

D. Tight pencil for the tonal drawing.

E. Rough tone to establish the mood. This will make the final easier to execute, especially under a tight deadline (Which I'm under)

I might post the final later, after the deadline. Njoy...
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July 23, 2007 at 7:41 AM

Wonderful posting, it's always inspiring to know how other artist's creative process.    



July 24, 2007 at 6:04 PM

Instead of posting up fancy tutorials and work your work process, you need to work on your oop2. Na man this is great.    



July 26, 2007 at 10:50 AM

cool Nash....very cool.    



August 3, 2007 at 12:28 AM

fantástico tu estilo.
un abrazo    



August 5, 2007 at 5:58 PM

Hey, I'd love to go painting with you guys sometime. I'm a student at Pratt. Would that be possible?    



August 6, 2007 at 10:54 PM

Thanks for the feedback everybody! Nice work too everybody. I checked your work alina, really nice...

Hey James, Hope your'e doin well man! I still check on your blog too.

TURCIOS, nice stuff man! It is incredible to see a visionary artist from a distant country. The world gets smaller...Beautiful work.

Eric, when we go out painting again, I'll shoot you a note on your blog. Until we get our book finished, we're grounded. (at least I am)REALLY nice paintings on your site. Hope to see more.    



August 6, 2007 at 11:04 PM

nice process! Thnx for sharing.
Your art is wonderful    



August 11, 2007 at 5:18 PM

Thanks Nash, I look forward to painting with some true professionals. I love your piece in the first OOP and look foward to the sequel.    



August 24, 2007 at 7:55 PM

ciao bello,

Do you still working on it!!!
I'll call you soon.
ps I didn't know about your blog, congratulation !    



August 26, 2007 at 11:50 AM

Thanks Man,
Nope. Almost done. Work has been a killer.
Hope Goin home was great!
Catch up with you soon...    



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