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Bedtime - Baremix Offline by sygnin Bedtime - Baremix Offline by sygnin
Based off the same sketch as Bedtime - Baremix.

Airbrush on Blue Line comic paper, which actually does well as an airbrush surface. That and no one sells illustration boards in Singapore anymore and I don't feel like airbrushing on a mat board.

This is the first airbrush piece I have done in a decade (surprised my compressor still worked after being idle for years!). Obviously there are a bunch of mistakes (pencil lines for one), and I still havn't figured out hairlines, but well perhaps with practice that will get sorted.

If you have any tips on how to get nice smooth, even gradients on large areas (like backgrounds), please let me know!
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aurelia75 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2010
nice,,
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andynortonuk Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2007  Hobbyist Filmographer
I like this stylistic approach to this drawing. The solid blocks of colur, and the use of black as the shading tone makes this kind of drawng good to look at- although this pose would get people looking at it for other reasons as well.
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Steelgrave Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
great lines on the legs and i love the shading on the ass.
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onpumi Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2005   Traditional Artist
it is beutiful style :) i like it!
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JokerHarley2345 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your women always looks so hot and bad ass. You rule. :-)
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vulpul Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2004  Professional General Artist
For the widespread gradients... Close the windows and doors and in a still atmosphere puff the paint above the paper and let the mist fall down over the horizontal placed work. The gravity pull should do the trick, but remember to keep the air as still as possible in order to control the paint density. Just like microscopic raindrops from coloured clouds :D

You have to experiment various things like this depending on the desired effects.
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lurino Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice trick... i'll inform my airbrush artist about this
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greengum Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2004
i love that style
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Black-Nova Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2004
Different from your noramly style, but still good looking
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Endelva Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2004  Professional Photographer
Amazing, priceless expression on the face, fantastic style!
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