From planning to posting, share your process for making creative content!
To continue supporting content makers, this tag game is meant to show the entire process of making creative content: this can be for any creation.
RULES — When your work is tagged, show the process of its creation from planning to posting, then tag 5 people with a specific link to one of their creative works you’d like to see the process of. Use the tag #showyourprocess so we can find yours!
i was tagged by @sketchyscribbles for the Ballet Dancer NMJ piece. Thank you for the tag! this actually made me make a step out of a slump so truly thank you <3
@grandmaster-of-gay-cultivation for this piece
@littlesmartart for this piece
@evilhasnever for this piece
@melodious-tear for this piece
@ you, the one reading this, if you feel like it! (tag me in it, i love to see these things!!)
but also, @ everyone that i tagged - feel free to ignore it if this is too much for you atm!!!
i was on a roll of everything!ballet at that time, and looking through a lot of references. i think i was looking into modern takes on costumes and saw dancers wear leather harnesses, so my instant reaction was: DAGE!
I usually do an incredibly rough sketch on paper, but this time i went straight for the computer for some reason.
While doing the lineart, Mingjue lost most of the harnesses, which was a pity, but they just didn't work. the dragon on his shoulder is from his armor in Fatal Journey ;) also, i started the lineart over a bunch of times because i couldn't get his face right (i deleted the those layers in a fit of rage befitting Clan Leader Nie)
I fill in the lineart with a solid color on a separate layer and then start filling in the rest of the colors (the base color just needs to be something contrasting with the bg, the color itself usually goes through a bunch of changes while i decide on the mood and lighting)
Now that's done, i can start adding shading(multiply layer/s) and lighting(usually i prefer color dodge for this), but to get a better feel for it, i now add a base color bg
i thought it looked pretty good and didn't need anything detailed in the bg (nothing to distract from the incredibly neat chest hair), so i just added something resembling a light, added some dark gradient and that was it :)
I'm the worst at posting. I don't know anything about the mystical good time to post. I finish a thing - i post it :D
Oof! Not sure how interesting this was, but it made me get up and do something, so I'm counting it as a win!
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