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"Bookman Jr." Work process by hakumo "Bookman Jr." Work process by hakumo
Ok that meal take more than couple of minutes.

Here is the work process of "Bookman Jr."

It's my 2nd one, hope it gets easier to understand and helpful :)
again it is a big file :ashamed:


Um in case you're wondering which black/white pictures mentioned in the end, it's these two
Deidara | Shizuo

Thank you thank you thank you for being so patient with the long work process :happycry:
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VeTeRiLu Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2014
:wow:

So very awesome!
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hakumo Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014
Thank you!!
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VeTeRiLu Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014
Welcome!! :D:D
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Floruna Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
really good job! It will be awful to do, but it terribly rocks!!
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Spirafall Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2012
O YOU SO LOVE, WORDS CAN NOT DESCRIBE THIS.

I've always been able to go as far as the lineart stage, but ended up at a complete loss as to how to go about filing in the shadows and stuff, AND YOU JUST DESCRIBED IT IN A NEAT LITTLE TUTORIAL ALL IN ONE PACKAGE.

I am just like ready to break out of my art obstacles and start scribblin' shit. Kinda like how people in olden movies break out in song, BETTER START BREAKING OUT IN ART LIKE TINY LITTLE PIMPLES.

Every stage of the process has been brilliantly explained, if not in the pictures themselves, then the descriptions beside it without going into an insane amount of detail as to draw each object. I realize this is not a tutorial for beginners, which is EXACTLY what an intermediate like me needed. Even though it was an explanation of process rather than tutorial, I learned a lot, just by looking and reading each step, compelling me to analyze each step and figure out how things were done as I scrolled down along.
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hakumo Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013
Thank you for the comment, so much kind encouraging words. It made me extremely happy knowing this work process can be helpful, as I wished so too!! Thank you very much :love::love:
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Enbi-to-Miruku Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012  Student General Artist
Incredible!!! O A O I was expecting you to teach me how to fill in the shadows... Or rather, where to fill in the shadow. I'm really clueless, especially when it comes to black clothes with somewhat shiny texture like Lavi's uniform. Shadows on clothes are complicated... *sobs*
So, how do you determine the shadow on the clothes when the clothes is black?
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hakumo Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012
Thank you for the comment, please excuse the uber late reply >_>
That was a good question (its a hard one for me too! ;-; ) I mostly based it on, feeling and references. Though first thing to have to know is where the light source come from, that will determine how many amount of whites as its nearer and black as it gets away from or 'covered' by things. A bump on shiny clothes most likely be lighter than creases...wow i wrote a lot orz...hope that helps for now ^^;
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Hei-Chan Featured By Owner May 29, 2012
THIS IS--- THIS IS!!! THIS IS INCREDIBLE AMOUNT OF WORK O[]O GAAAAAHHH!!!!
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hakumo Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2012
Thank you so much Hei-Chan! a,at least i finished it :iconhappytearsplz:
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