Hola y muchas gracias~~(´∀｀)!
Ya van varios requests acerca del video, pero no puedo asegurar cuando suceda al fin.. ;;
Hello and thank you!
I don’t consider myself savvy enough to offer tips on traditional mediums, but the way I work with watercolors best is using coldpress paper, begin with underlay paint, then keep adding paint as I go on. I always wait for the first layers to dry completely, then when it comes to stronger tones and details, I’ll apply when the paper is still wet. Also, I don’t use a lot of water. <- (can also control a potential mess)
I don’t use acrylics tho, so I have no idea at all what to tell you… (◡ . ◡);;
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Or something like that? Idk, google is your friend! ^^
All right, so I’ve had several people ask me about my work process (both digitally and traditionally) so I decided to -kinda- explain (but only digital for now). Particularly, people ask me about pale skin a lot, so I’ve decided to touch on that, since it’s also how I usually render flesh on my work. Please be warned that 1) English is not my native language, 2) I suck at explaining (lol). Also note I’m mainly talking about facial features and coloring. I picked the Barnabas Collins fanart (pale alert!), but it’s usually how I do the rest of my works.
Also, here’s the general progress:
My blog layout makes this look a bit uneasy on the eye, and since I’m not changing said layout yet, you can read it directly on Facebook. (I dunno about you, but it’s an eyesore to me lol..)