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161. Posted: Sun 18th Nov 2012 05:12 GMT
@Kilo_Martinez You're doing great!
I wish I could have done a better job on the face, but color overlap was not working any more...
Edited on Sun 18th November, 2012 @ 05:13 by Lilifish
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162. Posted: Sun 18th Nov 2012 05:32 GMT
@Kilo_Martinez: Very nice work! I like your linework on the b/w tree.
@Lilifish: well done! Terrific work with the lines, Mario's all nice and chubby. Mini Toad is a cool touch as well.
As an aside, when the colour overlap doesn't work, sometimes it might help to erase lightly around the affected areas with the plastic eraser and layer again. As long you remember which colours you used, usually patching up isn't a problem with coloured pencils.
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163. Posted: Sun 18th Nov 2012 05:39 GMT
Thanks for the advice! The problem is that materials don't behave in NAA as when I use them in reality, and I'm not used to it! But for my first colored pencil lesson I'm very happy! (Actually, it was the second, my bad!)
Edited on Mon 19th November, 2012 @ 00:57 by Lilifish
164. Posted: Sun 18th Nov 2012 05:50 GMT
Yeah, NAA has its quirks. Pretty good for a first lesson though!
165. Posted: Sun 18th Nov 2012 12:50 GMT
glad to see you here Waan.
Here's my work :
http://akiraken.deviantart.com/art/Pikm … raken&qo=1
Edited on Sun 18th November, 2012 @ 12:51 by akiraken
166. Posted: Sun 18th Nov 2012 16:44 GMT
@Lilifish: Thank you!
@Shiromikio: Thank you too!
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167. Posted: Tue 20th Nov 2012 05:49 GMT
Not sure how I feel about this lesson. Overall not too bad. I'm not happy with the imprecise tracking of the stylus in the corners. I find its hard to draw/paint accurately along the screen borders. Anyone else feel the same?
168. Posted: Tue 20th Nov 2012 05:57 GMT
I don't have the Goomba or Mario lessons. Are they released in North America? Anyone willing to share? That would be much appreciated.
169. Posted: Tue 20th Nov 2012 07:45 GMT
It's time for the Second NAA random challange!
This week's theme is Art Academy!
Re-do your favorite lesson from the original Art Academy (any version) with New Art Academy.
Feel free to add as many new details and use any techniques you want.
Oops, no username pun.
Oh look! A Morphloggery.
Oh! eShop Gurus.
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170. Posted: Wed 21st Nov 2012 06:15 GMT
For the 2nd random challenge. From the pepper mini lesson.
171. Posted: Wed 21st Nov 2012 06:26 GMT
Oh my god, that's freaking amazing!
When I saw it, I couldn't help but compare it to my original version of that lesson, and wow! It was bad before, but now it looks like total garbage. Great work!
The lighting is great, very life-like.
Is this how pencils look in the New Art Academy? Or did you use some other technique?
Edited on Wed 21st November, 2012 @ 06:27 by Morpheel
172. Posted: Wed 21st Nov 2012 15:51 GMT
Please don't say that! It's just a different approach to the same subject. I like the vigorous linework in your version, it captures the pepper well as a solid object.
Yeah, graphite pencils and a stick of some kind (lead?) I had to make a bit of effort for tones between the 2B and HB pencils. NAA's 2B is dark, almost like a real-life 4B pencil, while the HB is around B. The body of the pepper was blocked in with the side of the pencils, with spots at the top erased for highlights. Pencil tip for the stem and base of the stem, then softened to grey with the side of the pencils.
173. Posted: Thu 22nd Nov 2012 16:05 GMT
@Kilo_Martinez I felt the same way, so I changed the avocados composition lowering it. But you got a very nice result!
@Shiromikio Lovely pepper! I agree with you about the graphite pencils, and you've done great erasing to create highlights. I still use the eraser only to fix my mistakes...
@Morphtroid I'll try to make something this weekend!
Edited on Thu 22nd November, 2012 @ 16:05 by Lilifish
174. Posted: Thu 22nd Nov 2012 16:09 GMT
2 more lessons
175. Posted: Thu 22nd Nov 2012 17:58 GMT
I just went through this whole thread and wooow. Just got the game a few days ago but haven't had a chance to sit down and do a lesson (I want to be able to do one in one sitting, no stopping and saving all the time).
I had no idea you could create lessons for sharing! I'm a bit overwhelmed now, I guess I should start with the basic lessons to get comfortable with the game. The small 3DS stylus makes it hard to draw, I messed around in freestyle mode and didn't quite like how the screen reacted to my stylus. I might have to get an actual pen sized one for the game. :/
just another day...
176. Posted: Fri 23rd Nov 2012 01:19 GMT
@Lilifish: thanks. Lol, my main use for the eraser is still for fixing mistakes. Terrific hand study! It captures the folds of the skin and slight variances in tone very nicely. I also like the clean hatching along the fingers, and on the statue as well.
@bluecat: welcome to the thread.
177. Posted: Fri 23rd Nov 2012 02:14 GMT
@Shiromikio The hand mini lesson drawing reference looks like a lighting study sketch (?), and I wanted to do something more like I would do with traditional media. I still find hatching very frustrating as there are no thin lines, but it works for me with overlap blending. I think I figured out after the Venus lesson, so the hand lesson went smoothly
@akiraken Nice work! I specially like the other Pikmins in your gallery!
@bluecat Welcome! Saving is very useful when there is no undo function! I find it specially useful when I'm going to try something next that I'm not sure.
Edited on Fri 23rd November, 2012 @ 02:15 by Lilifish
178. Posted: Fri 23rd Nov 2012 22:30 GMT
I got it today for 20 bucks. I miss the colour picker that Colours! 3D has, but it has better tools for drawing than Colours! 3D. I like to doodle crap even if I am not that great at drawing and colouring (I'd rather draw than colour anyway). I experimented with pastels.
Edited on Sat 24th November, 2012 @ 23:38 by Donjwolf
179. Posted: Sun 25th Nov 2012 23:32 GMT
@Donjwolf: very nice drawing! Great expression on the dog's face, I also like the tousled fur lines.
180. Posted: Mon 26th Nov 2012 04:58 GMT
Tried Free Paint mode for first time. I'm impressed with how well this program works despite some little annoyances. I'm happy enough with it.
I will probably still fuss over the details on this drawing but here it is for now.