Boy, it was fun!
Based on this beautiful pic of Ray Mattos (18+), I tried to mimic her ink too, but it was too much for my skills and time, unfortunatelly.
But I hope you'll enjoy! ;)
It is simply stunning. Shows that realistic pictures do not need a lot of colors!
@jok: I didn't record the video, but I do have some steps: https://i.imgur.com/qKPaGXP.png
@all: Thank you very much for the kind words <3
- do you have workstages or timelapse?
You have superb talent
now ditherlace it
Really nice stuff!
It's awesome :)
Look at that necklace!
It is a beautiful rendering of a beautiful subject, but I somebow miss the artistic plus of your other peaces of art. Looks like perfect craftmanship but lacks the style you are known of. I guess it's the b/w thing. Awesome work anyway, and thanks for the link...
Very lovely use of dithering. Got one of my votes.
Thanks! I guess the key in pieces like these is to treat dithering pretty much like a third colour. So you can use it both to shade and to soft the edges, kinda like AA. The problem is that it wouldn't work as nice in a smaller piece.
Looks amazing! Never seen dithering look so soft. Especially pure black and white.