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by MoT
Dark Souls inspired

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fanart 18,314, background 4,062, scenery 1,049, landscape 860
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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 4 years, 3 months ago
Rating: General

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Teddy
4 years, 3 months ago
Dark Souls inspired for certain.
Swiftkill
4 years, 3 months ago
intersting..
also looks different from  usual MoT's lighting.. different media?
It actually looks like painted in Krita <.<
MoT
MoT
4 years, 3 months ago
just used more texture on the brush, its just the spread+noise of SAI for the most part, some is with Watercolor B some with my selfmade high density perlyn-noise texture.
Swiftkill
4 years, 3 months ago
yeah that makes difference. I'm not familiar with SAI past doing lineart there, but obviously spotted texturing.
Though slick shading also is fun.. it gives your art that H.R.Giger-ish look which attracted my attention to your gallery on FA
MoT
MoT
4 years, 3 months ago
Even the slick ones usually have a tiny bit of texture. but then it is very fine textures and only so much that it blends the colors better...since colorblending can be really horribly bad in sai.
Part of the gigerish look i think is three tone highlight: doing the highlights and lights in three slightly different colors, using less saturation and more yellow than red the brighter the highlight gets....although he obviously used a different approach, since he was using actual paint, and not "photoshop-magic".
Swiftkill
4 years, 3 months ago
I wonder If he used acrylic, it would be somewhat similar, there is technique of using main, diffuse color and two layers for shadow/highlights and for complement color (which makes shadows de-saturated). Using more sharp transitions, that would result in 3 color scheme. Although neither photoshop, nor SAI doesn't allow to implement same tech as acryl, no real-life paint layer mixing. ;(
Someone told me that Krita can do that, but it doesn't look same.
MoT
MoT
4 years, 3 months ago
for the most part i think he was using airbrush.

and how does the paint not mix in sai? it has a blend/dilution brush that mixes the already existing color on the layer. all it need sit the correct settings to emulated the desired effect.
Swiftkill
4 years, 3 months ago
I looked it up... his monochromatic period was airbrush, oil paints, but after were pastels and ink - third color there.

Not sure if that same.. didn't played with SAI much, they broke my license, declining to use mail accounts I have  ("because there are too many hacked accounts on those servers" - yeah, that's google and mail.ru). Are you able to mix three colors or two complimentary colors to get gray there?
MoT
MoT
4 years, 3 months ago
i don't know, since i never use it and take the fools way out of multilayered photoshop-magic, with luminance layers for light and multiply layers for shadow.
Swiftkill
4 years, 3 months ago
haha, same here.
Sometimes linear burn for shadows
MoT
MoT
4 years, 3 months ago
i try to stay away form that...occasionally using it for certain texture effects but only like 1-5% visibility, cause it ramps up the effect so fast that overlay is almost always the better choice.
johnbob0293
4 years, 3 months ago
I thought dark souls just from the thumbnail. Do we get to see what's inside?
Draconicus
4 years, 3 months ago
Ooooo
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