This only just loaded, so didn't see when commenting just now, but sweet merciful crap!
You do something I really aspire to - taking a sketch and digitally creating such clean, crisp and precise lines!
How did it you do?
And the colouring is wonderful so far!
Without question looks like a solid foundation for an excellent arting!!
:] SD you always make me feel so good about myself.
I tried something different with this lineart but basically, I set the linetool to basic w/ nodes and then I edit the node type, redrawing over it until the lineart & the original sketch match.
With the hair, I did it on a separate layer, converted to a raster layer and then duplicated it a few times. Then I just moved the duplicates around (that's why there's so many lines where her hair is). Once I did that I went through with an eraser and erased little bits of line on each layer to make it more pieced-looking.
I really like the way her hair turned out. I might actually try to finish that one (I have to recolor it :[ )
I had planned on entering this into the art contest but bailed pretty early
she was going to be
like if the ScyFy channel redid Cinderella.
I'd imagine the fairy godmother would be some weird sexy A.I. robot
so that's what she was gonna be
Never finished it
Love your Queen Jaydes piece (though I haven't played the game). very nicely colored too, awesomeawesome.
You're really good with faces, as is evident especially with your last one (I especially love the hair!), but I think your bodies could use a bit more work. Hilda is a good start, but even when you're drawing stylized characters, references are great for posing. Bodies are a pain in the ass, especially with foreshortening and the like that happens when the body is in a less stiff pose. Looking at a picture of a person in a similar pose/taking a picture of yourself in that pose/looking at a model in that pose really helps take your drawing up to another level, even if you're not necessarily doing a hyper realistic piece.
But great work! You've definitely gotten a lot better in the time you've been posting here, keep it up. :>
Yeah, what Vynrah said. Bodies are a pain in the ass, especially drawing full bodies.
Definitely try getting some photographical reference if you haven't-- it's still tough but you'll eventually get the hang of drawing things to look more natural.