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The fool by kidoho The fool by kidoho
Tarot card assignment for class. This is the illustration at least. Now I need to go into illustrator and finish off the design.

Question. Does anybody think this could use some color, or would, perhaps color kill it?
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TheMagicLemur Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Holy Crap! That's awesome!
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kidoho Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2006   Digital Artist
That's why it's going into scraps!

HAHAHAHA!
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emstone Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2006
What the *hell* was John going on about in class, with regards to this picture?

I think the best way to color it would require doing knockouts of most of the black areas (i.e. converting them to color in Photoshop), leaving a minimum of black (just the main outlines of the figure, staff, and ground). Speaking expertly as your former colorist, of course :)
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kidoho Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2006   Digital Artist
A former colorist that I would highly recommend....

John thinks everything sucks! I'm surprised you haven't figured that out yet.
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MissleMan Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2006
I love tarrots, man those talking birds are funny.

"Raaaat polly want a cracker?"
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kidoho Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2006   Digital Artist
Guh. That sucked.
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Marji4x Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2006  Professional Filmographer
I like the idea of flat muted color. With maybe a hint of shading and texture here and there.

Great work!

~marji
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brujaslight Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2006  Professional Filmographer
This looks like something that can go inside a D and D book. I like it.
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kidoho Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2006   Digital Artist
D&D. Hmmm.....
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Fleeccee Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2006  Professional Artist
I think if the color were dark and washed out enough, but still with like a hint of color, and didnt overpower it... it could work. I'd make a copy and test it.

The line differnces from the forground are awsome O_O.
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