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Lady Paradoxia - Stages by ClintCearley Lady Paradoxia - Stages by ClintCearley
TFsean requested to see the creation process of Lady Paradoxia which reminded me that it's been a long time since I posted such a piece. So here's a twelve stage breakdown of the creation with basic notes. Cheers

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:iconeikomi:
Great process! Thanks for sharing (:
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:iconshanlolita:
Can you please tell me what type of Graphic Tablet you have been using for your artworks? Thank you very much.
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ClintCearley Sep 16, 2013  Professional General Artist
I use a Wacom Bamboo with the live surface area of 7x10. I picked mine up at the local electronics store Best Buy for under $200.
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YumeIchigo Jul 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
How do you go from monotone to the basic colors?..
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ClintCearley Jul 8, 2013  Professional General Artist
I actually have a video on that very topic, watch it at [link].
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:iconyumeichigo:
YumeIchigo Jul 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thankyou :D

I was able to grasp what you were getting at in the video but I don't have photoshop unfortunately..
Any other tips I should know about though?
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Marcsampson Jan 5, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
wow so great
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:iconstargatekrewe:
How did you get involved with Applibot? They contact you out of the blue? What did they ask for? How much back and forth was there before the image was accepted? More work in the pipeline?? Cheers
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:iconetudechopin:
assuming you use a table/wacom.. when doing the monochrome tone part, is it a pressure sensitive painting style? or is it, select a dark grey for the cool area then switch to a light grey for warmer area (etc.)? same question for the basic color part as well if you could. i'm led to think since it as such a realistic color feel to it, it seem like the first one.. ha So Intense

like Magic Card art, but better.
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mono22chrome Dec 10, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I've always had a problem painting out the line art. Do you have a quick advice on ditching the line art without ruining the dimensions of a subject in the drawing?
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