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Poison and Roxy Process by Robaato Poison and Roxy Process by Robaato
Here's the process gif for that Poison and Roxy I submitted a bit ago!
Batter Up+ by Robaato

A few things to note, so you guys can get an idea of how I worked this piece out:

-Sketching usually takes at least about 5-10 minutes. As you can see, it's pretty loose before I actually refine the lines up.
-The line art itself is not that clean at all! It still retains some sort of looseness even beyond the base sketch. I've learned that usually you don't have to have super clean lines all the time, even when you wanna work on a fully colored "sketch".
-Colors were flatted and I applied subtle color variation in the skin before shading. 
-I used a Multiply blending mode for shading on this. Sketchbook Pro only has 3 blending modes in addition to normal: Multiple, Add, Screen. So you have to get a bit creative and think a bit backwards with the color you choose to apply your values with, especially with Multiply as it tends to saturate things rather quickly if you're not careful. 
-Rim lighting from the right was done with 2 layers of using Add and different colors. 
-I made the image pop a bit by duplicating my line art layer and blurring the duplicated layer. It gives the image a soft feel while retaining your hard edges. 
-This Sketchbook Pro coloring process involves more color-picking than my usual process in Photoshop.

I guess that's all for my commentary! Download it, save it, pick apart the frames and hopefully you can learn something from this!

:peace:
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:icondavidkawena:
davidkawena Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Professional General Artist
Beautiful use of colour.
Seeing it in a work-in-progress is even more impressive.
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jay156 Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
>I made the image pop a bit by duplicating my line art layer and blurring the duplicated layer. It gives the image a soft feel while retaining your hard edges.

I've been wondering how people get that look! Thanks for the tip!
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Maxgarcia Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool to see the process of creation.
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SavianoMarcio Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Adorei essa sequencia de trabalho, agora só preciso aprender a fazer nos meus também, hehehe.

Loved this sequence of work, now just need to learn to do on mine too, hehehe.
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JoseTabo Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
amazing details :D
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CaptainRazer Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Good to know that you don't have to have super clean lines in order to have a good finished piece, I'm always having trouble with sketchbook pro when it comes to clean inking :lol:
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flyaccountant Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014
and there both males ?
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Fenrir281 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Poison is trans. Roxy is regular
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Robaato Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
They're both fictional game characters. If you want them to be male, then go ahead. If you want them to be female, then still, go ahead. It doesn't matter what gender they are.
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Evanest Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2014  Student General Artist
It matters to the porn artists. :D
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