Making-of Pepper&Carrot ep5

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The making-of of the episode 5 of my webcomic Pepper&Carrot : sketches, speedpaintings, storyboard and a lot of screenshot during the process.

License: "Making-of Pepper&Carrot ep5" by David Revoy − CC-BY 4.0
Tags:  #making-of  #traditional  #krita  #gmic   | Download: Markdown


link Eddie  

Love your art work and the story line in general. Wish there was more, looking forward to more.

link Victor Cavalcanti  

It's amazing how even your cats are organized! That's indeed a very nice workstation.

I'm waiting patiently for G'Mic to work fine on Windows. I like coloured linearts, but they're really time consuming normally.

link David Revoy Author,

Thank you both ; yes, colored line-art is longer to do, I hope I 'll find a way to add them in future if I can find good time shortcut on my actual production method.
and yes, my two cats has their own spot :)

link Hanzz Karikaturen  

You make brilliant stuff. Jawdropping !

link David Revoy Author,

@Hanzz Karikaturen : Thank you Hanzz!

link Denise  

Thanks for the great tutorials and beautiful artwork!

link Tiffany  

Your cat station givese me anxiety. There are so many nice things for them to destroy. They look like such well behaved cats sitting on their cushons. It's alwasy a pleasure reading your posts; I learn something everytime!

link David Revoy Author,

@Denise : Thanks!

@Tiffany : Hey, yes :) they really never destroy anything. They both are really calm ( but both fight to sleep next to me when I work ) it's really cute. Yes, they are amazingly well educated for cats, one of the main reason is maybe because I work all day long at home, and they always saw me around. Thank you for the comment on my articles.

link Jose Navas  

Catstation :D

link Taposy Rabeya  

Love your every art work. It's so beautiful and very helpful tips. Thanks.

link Taposy Rabeya  

This post is really astounding one! I was delighted to see these, So beautiful. Many thanks

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