4.02.2009

[shy shouldn't touch colour :D]

hmmmm so. the balance of the red. it's a bit overwhelming the main focus, but when i tried to put a little bit of red behind the figures [striped pillows n such] it got really cluttered and hard to read x.x suggestions?



ps-- the drawing isn't done either, there's still a few things to finish like the foot and arm, etc.

5 comments:

Mike Puncekar said...

That really is a red. Why stop at just one color for this thing? The other piece with the apples, woman with the arrows in her back, looked sweet. Wouldn't mind seeing the same treatment here. Of course, that's a lot more to do haha.

Other than that I can't wait to see it finished. Feeling really candid.

SHYsuiko said...

the only problem with fully colouring it is that the story it comes from it very contrasted black and white with just splashes of vibrant colour. though i've though bout colouring the whole thing cuz it would be nice, but i'd really like to stick to the story x_____x

Mike Puncekar said...

Ah, that's understandable.

Chris Sizemore said...

I always love looking at your stuff, it's such a cluster-fuck of awesomeness. The good kind of cluster-fuck mind you :P

i don't know how important the color red may be in the story but when i saw this i though that a nice green would look great, like green apples. who said picnic sheets couldn't have green squares?

SHYsuiko said...

hmm-- might be a thought. in the story they're red but there's not reason that they couldnn't be switched over. hmmmmmm

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