lundi 2 août 2010


Well, I've got a lot of demands for a hair and skin making-of ... that's my reply :)
I tried (once again) to do a video tutorial but my computer is too slow, so I've done screenshots :/
Its not a very original or creative picture but at least you've got all the steps.
It's 100% airbrushed picture (except for the hair).

I used a very kitsch picture of Irina Sheik (I don't know who she is ^^') .
I didn't use ref for the vinyl part.
the hand belongs to my beloved one :)

I don't have time to write all the explanations :p

Note that it's nearly a COPY of a picture, it's far more easy than caricature, even if the method is the same.

DON'T USE colors picking (it's very dangerous, the jpeg compression generated a lot of "aberrant" pixels). You can desaturated your picture and your ref to compare the contrast and the luminosity.

Hope it will be useful to someone.

21 commentaires:

  1. Excellent work Serge, congratulations!

    Greetings. eGs.

  2. hi serge, this is super!!! thank you so much for posting:-D did i super!

  3. Aie, aie, aie...le talent!! c'est fou comme quand tu présente ça en quelques sceenshots ça parait si facile à faire, au point que je me dis ..."mais moi aussi je peux y arriver!!" alors que je sais qu'en vrai c'est pas le cas : ) en tout cas merci de tes superbes illustrations ^^

  4. Le talent n'a pas grand chose a voir là-dedans, c'est de la copie, ça prend juste du temps :)
    Disons que maintenant, je mets 15 h au lieu de 50 :D

  5. dude, you`re crazy. completely mad.
    and I love ya for it.
    superb work, as usual. always a pleasure.

    keep it coming!

  6. comme je te l'ai dit de mieux en mieux ou va t il s'arrêter . Extra!

  7. Waouh, juste excellent ! Ca donne envie d'expérimenter !

  8. I first saw your work when you did the Van Hellsing tutorial in ImagineFX, still really impressed you achieve such impressive results.

  9. Amazing!!!, I saw it this morning on 2D artist magazine, but I didn't know it was yours. Congrats!

  10. Very interesting tutorial. Thanks for taking the time. I love your shiny bits in your work:)

  11. Excellent notes. Cheers for the extra effort.

  12. Awesome tut! So glad to see a good step by step on skin and hair by a master. Thanks so much!

  13. Very Interesting process. It looks very time consuming (especially the hair) but the result is beautiful.