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Tag Archives: color
It’s only in recent years that I’ve felt comfortable doing color illustrations. Being able to make changes in Photoshop helps a lot with that. Back in 1994 I wasn’t very comfortable with my abilities so the publisher hired Julia Lacquement to … Continue reading
Done. I made adjustments to the wolves’ and Little Red’s dress’s color, colored the wolves’ gums and tongues and added highlights here and there.
Once areas of flat color have been laid down I can work on adjusting the details. If I don’t like a color I can adjust it. I use the colorization feature of Photoshop to change tones and shadows from their … Continue reading
Laying down flat colors is the least interesting part of creating an illustration. Sometimes it’s fun but mostly it’s a matter of making sure that you’ve filled in all the little spots where you want a certain color or made … Continue reading
And here’s the color version of yesterday’s Frankenstein monster. He’s got a little more green in him than I generally give my Frankensteins. I grew up with Herman Munster and the ubiquitous Universal Frankenstein and, however cool those characters are … Continue reading
I went with green when I colorized this fellow more because it seemed like fun than for any other reason. Dick Briefer’s Frankenstein was “flesh colored” in the comics.
Once again I stuck with a corpse inspired color scheme. In all the photos I’ve seen of this creature he looks like he’s pretty pale.