Splinterlands Art Contest Week 211 - Water Caller

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What's up people, how are you? welcome to a new fan art, if anyone has reviewed my last two splinterlands post you will notice that I am making fan arts of the new version of Riftwatchers cards, in my last fan art I have really put everything I could to improve as an artist and this time I felt a little bit scared by the water theme, I'm not used to paint water but I feel that I look pretty good, anyway I leave you with the process.

Que pasa gente, como estan? sean bienvenidos a un nuevo fan art, si alguno ha revisado mis últimos dos post de splinterlands notara que estoy realizando fan arts de la nueva versión de cartas Riftwatchers, en mis últimos fan art de verdad que he puesto todo lo que me ha sido posible para mejorar como artista y esta vez me sentía un poquito asustado por el tema del agua, no estoy acostumbrado a pintar agua pero siento que me quedo bastante bien, en fin los dejo con el proceso.

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Process / Proceso

Since a while ago I'm not afraid of having to change important parts of an illustration completely, I think that since I lost the fear of this, I have given a breakthrough, this time I had to change about 4 times the butt until I liked it, I spent a long time trying different lineart and painted but nothing, without exaggerating maybe I spent about 5 hours working on the legs and buttocks ... the good thing about this is that you get useful and valuable information for a future of how to make a good ..... hahahaha e_e

Desde hace un tiempo no me da miedo tener que cambiar partes importantes de una ilustración por completo, creo que desde que perdí el miedo a esto, he dado un gran avance, en esta ocasión tuve que cambiar unas 4 veces el trasero hasta que me gusto, estuve muchísimo rato probando diferentes lineart y pintados pero nada, sin exagerar tal vez gaste unas 5 horas trabajando en las piernas y en las nalgas... lo bueno de esto es que obtienes información útil y valiosa para un futuro de como hacer unas buenas..... hahahaha e_e

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Then I presented the same problem in the face, I did not like it at all so I decided to change it in its entirety, the only thing I kept was the hair, likewise I decided to approach the pose, because I considered that I was going to place very nice details in the face that then were not going to be noticed, when I approached the body I cut much of the legs but it gave me the opportunity to work a more aesthetic and detailed face, after so much change I finally passed to the part that I felt very complicated.

Después presente el mismo problema en la cara, no me gustaba para nada así que decidí cambiarla en su totalidad, lo único que conserve fue el cabello, así mismo decidí acercas la pose, porque considere que iba a colocar detalles muy bonitos en la cara que luego no se iban a notar, cuando acerque el cuerpo corte gran parte de las piernas pero me dio la oportunidad de poder trabajar un rostro mas estético y detallado, después de tanto cambio por fin pase a la parte que sentía muy complicada.

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And yes it was very complicated, I was a long time trying different shapes, colors and different brushes to get a finish as close as possible to look like water, excuse the abrupt changes of process, I just can not avoid them, here between image there are 5 hours of difference, then I decided to do some light and shadow work on the canvas to highlight the water ripples and some parts of the body, I'm happy with the result.

Y si fue muy complicada, estuve mucho rato probando diferentes formas, colores y pinceles diferentes para conseguir un acabado lo mas cercano posible a parecerse a agua, disculpen los cambios bruscos de proceso, simplemente no puedo evitarlos, aquí entre imagen hay 5 horas de diferencia, luego decidí realizar algunos trabajos de luces y sombras en el lienzo para resaltar las ondas de agua y algunas partes del cuerpo, estoy contento con el resultado.

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This was the whole post until next time!

Este fue todo el post hasta la próxima!



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Es un trabajo increíble. A veces veo estos dibujos y me doy cuenta de todo lo que me falta pero no me desanimo, mas bien es motivante para seguir mejorndo cada día. Es un hermoso trabajo.

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tranquilo bro todo es cuestión de tiempo y de practicar! gracias

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Thank you for sharing this post on HIVE!

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Excellent work. The pose is very dynamic and you incorporated all the other details extremely well.

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Thanks castle! it was a bit tricky, I have to practice back poses hahaha and practice painting the water, cheers!

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Dude, as usual you are with us with a great drawing. I laughed a lot yesterday when I talked to you about this drawing. You said it was very difficult to draw "one part".

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hahahahahahahha yeah I remember what part it was e_é a big part hahahahahaha

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Woah... I like her pose.
The way her eyes is looking plus her pose is like calling me. 😊
Great job. Keep it up.

!1UP

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hahahahahaha thecuriousfool yeah no doubt, I loved this fan art.

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Her pose is really dope and I love the moon you added up there, very creative. Kudos

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heeey leeendah nice to see you here n.n thanks!!!

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i love the woman's sight and the color you choose for this digital drawing!

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