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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

digital group caricatures for Procter & Gamble (P&G)

My regular client wanted a similar digital group caricatures which I have done for them few months back, probably she likes the cleaniness of the overall drawing?!

Sketching out the 3 main character. Of course, the one in the subject being the biggest!
Sketching out the faces and inking in Sketchbook Pro, on my Wacom Cintiq 24HD. It is working fine now, but I don't know when the burning smell will come back. I tried not to overwork it. Off it every few hours of use. Hopefully it will never come back. Let me use it for a few years more at least?!
Rearranging them in Photoshop after the inking is done. This took me nearly 2 hours, including the inking of landmarks. Unbelievable, right?
Rendering in Photoshop is better than in Sketchbook Pro, at least for me.
I like teh overlapping of colours with transparency. gives me the watercolour feel.
As I can zoom in and do the detailing in outine and colouring, the drawing turned out to be clean and sleek, as opposed to drawing traditionally on paper using colour markers. The nibs are still the same size, no matter what size of drawing I am working one, making the work of detailing rather messy. This is the biggest advantage I find working digitally, on top of the undos, maneuver, and controls of tones and variety of colours I can choose from.
digital group caricatures for P&G
I am pleased with the outcome, especially seeing it in A2 size print! Really sleek, but it consumed more time as versus working traditionally on paper. Who said working digitally is faster?

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