Guess what I’ve been doing in SFM lately?
Yep, I just thought I’d make my new profile welcome picture this year. 🙂
Last night I was toying around in SFM and made my latest art piece:
The whole story behind this picture is a Pokémon trainer is being reunited with a group of friendly high contrast white Combine soldiers who are so happy to meet him as they’re giving him hugs and red jewels that are shaped like hearts. 🙂
I got back into Adobe Illustrator once again but this time I’m using my laptop tablet and Bamboo pen to draw something special for my Overlord sister:
The reason why I made that is because it’s based on today’s date. 😛
I got back into making more custom characters in Scribblenauts Unmasked, this time doing some survivor characters from Left 4 Dead.
Afterwards I moved on to practicing with Adobe Illustrator and my Wacom tablet. Here’s my latest practice artwork for today:
Kind of a mix of TF2 and L4D. 😛
I’ve been working on my L4D2 artwork project by replacing the survivors’ heads with our characters’ heads from Source FilmMaker by simply copying them over to Photoshop. Here’s my artwork with my two friends, Tomala and Yutram:
It would be fun to play L4D2 with these as skins. 😛
Guess what I’ve been doing in Adobe Illustrator lately?
I just thought I’d practice some more drawing on my Wacom tablet while tracing images of various game sprites, and I will doing more of Illustrator so that I can learn new things on there. 🙂
I got back to doing more drawing practice on my Wacom Tablet in Adobe Illustrator this evening, but this time I’m using images of pixel-based road sign silhouettes and trace them into vector-based ones so I can make patterns with them:
I’ve also been using other tools that resize, rotate and even reflect the pictures that I traced. So far I’ve been doing good on using my drawing tablet on Illustrator but I still need to watch more Illustrator videos so that I can learn more.
I decided to practice drawing some artwork in Adobe Illustrator on my brand new tablet/laptop hybrid this evening. Here is a picture of my latest vector-based piece of art:
I did all of this by using my Bamboo pen which is much easier to draw on than using the mouse buttons. 😉
I’ve been practicing drawing on my Wacom drawing tablet under Adobe Illustrator CS6, and here’s a picture of my artwork:
Now I’m at the point where I’m going to watch more videos about drawing techniques in Adobe Illustrator CS6 so that I can learn to become better at drawing on my tablet instead of my computer mouse. 🙂
I’ve been toying around on Adobe Illustrator CS6 on my Wacom drawing tablet. I’m making vector-based instead of pixel-based artwork, learning to use features like the image trace, changing fill and stroke colors. I’ve learned how to use different symbols of things like Nature, Fashion and Flowers in my artwork.
This is a fun program for drawing, resizing and recoloring lines, shapes and other things on my drawing tablet. 🙂