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Cartoon Harrier WIP by 14-bis Cartoon Harrier WIP by 14-bis
This is the WIP process of my new painting of a cartoon jet .

-The rough was made very quicly . I know very well the harrier shape , so it was matter to deform it in a funny way .

The cleaning of the lines took me most of the time on this project , as the harrier is a 60's jet , it has a lot of surface details.

-The shadow and occlusion are always very fun to do .
it give the drawing a more 3D look .

-next the flats . not so hard to do when you get all the lines ready .
here you can have fun chosing the best color squeme and details.

Not in this image are the final layers , as the bright , and the final touches as dirt and scratches .

Now , please check the complete image , with all the layers merged and composed.
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:iconhjetson:
Awesome! I wonder how u do the coloring work?!!
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:iconcaptain-sweden:
Captain-Sweden Jul 8, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Great to see the progression. :)
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:icondasadam:
you actually painted a real occlussion pass :D awesome sauce. i will try that approach some time
great piece!
cheers
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:iconmitsuki95351:
i love the ways the "shadow & Occlusion" panel.
that's really nifty stuff~!
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:iconjohnstaton:
JohnStaton Apr 29, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you for this walk-through of your process. ;)
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:icon14-bis:
my pleasure .
take a look on the art center blog.
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:iconjohnstaton:
JohnStaton May 4, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow,:wow:

Thanks for the link. I have a feeling I'm going to spend a lot of time here.:nod:
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:iconken261:
Wait... You do shadow and occlusion before the colors?
Love how it turns out.
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:icon14-bis:
oh , before or later , that doest matters .
you just need to put them on a layer above the flats .
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