Aaron Paul on The Price is Right
Digital Skin Painting Tips from Muddy Colors
Avoid simple gradients. You cannot obtain convincing skin if you only add black and white to a basic skin tone. It’s more complex than that.
Of course, all skins are different but you can try this :
- A little bit of olive green on the shadow.
- A little bit of blue under the eyes (lower lids).
- A little bit of red on the cheek bones.
Just work with low opacity (0 - 5%), on a separeted layer and with the soft round brush.
also known as Lofted Bedrooms, check these out, and a few other cool bedroom designs. I’m already drawing up a design to have one done for my house in the Philippines.
More cookie people! Also, I’ve decided to call this cookie business Cookies & Crime (like cookies and cream get it? I like puns okay) so if you wanna write about them or draw them or actually find them you have an official tag now.
You’re Jack Frost! You make a mess wherever you go.
It’s been ages since I’ve actually drawn him. This is just how I see him in the canon of the game based on all the dialogue and whatnot honestly… Also, something I added was that he only has one optic that seems to work properly, which is why one is dimmer and just looks more normal. His working one doesn’t even work that well alone and the other one is practically blind, and this is why he also needs to use the glasses. (sort of a reference back to his one optic as a core)
You may wonder what’s the purpose of having such a dysfunctional robot who’s damaged enough to not even walk or even see properly by himself, but I think you just answered your question there. He’s Wheatley. He’s just a crippling core. His whole purpose is to burden you and bring you down. It’s not his intention, but he physically and mentally will infect you down to his level. Like a tumor.
Also, plot twist:
Crippley becomes NB.