Here is the "complicated" part. Color one layer and move it to the bottom. Doesn't matter the color as long as it is not the color of the lines or close too it. Lower the opacity to somewhere cozy like around the 25-35 percent area.
Stylize the lines! Use textured brushes or add sharp edges to the lines or change some MINOR anatomy features around, like I did here with the head and it's eyes.
Get up and walk away for a small while and leave your drawing alone. Don't look too much at it if at all. Once you come back too it you'll be better able to fix what looks off. Somewhere between 10-20 minutes is good.
If you have any questions please ask!
Hi Ninten. This is a very nice concept that I aways thought of, but don't you consider it "cheating", especially seen how much tracing is frowned uppon?
Hiya! I've always viewed tracing as a learning tool, but never something to publically do. Tracing can help people get a grasp on what lines to put down and the angles to hold things AND its also good to use when getting out of a rut as its easy to do. I personally dont view tracing off of a 3D model as cheating as theyre two different mediums and two different art forms but I do see how it can be considered tracing. Typically I personally dont view it as cheating but its up to the artist and the viewer.
Woah this is some next level stuff good job Ninten, I'ma gonna try this.
I need to do this. XD Very nice.
Noooooo that different hahaha. I did a vector. I need to copy the pose and draw it out hahaha XD, because I have the hardest time coming up with poses in my head. Good way to references for poses, I should done this long time ago.
That's fucking dope!
is that your OC? D:
Seems doable o3o