Chelaxian Ororo WIP 4

The lighting is working against this in a couple ways, I didn’t touch the pure black shadows and it doesn’t like the hair at all. The blacks look grey and the hair is blown out white. That said, let’s do the hair!

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I started with the plan of washing with P3 Frostbite, but that’s so close to Ghost White I pulled out some Light Blue and washed with that pretty heavily.

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I then went back over it with Ghost White to bring back the mids.

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Finally, hit the highlights with Pure White.

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Eyes were pretty simple, since they’re just white. Normally I’d use a Linen White, but she’s got those freaky white Storm eyes, so it got Pure White to really jump out. Skin was done with the Dark Skin triad, which I found a bit of a limited palette. I’m not going to go back down the shadows, but next time I do African-American skin tones, I think I’d start out with some really dark brown tone to build off. I did bring the highlight out past Dark Highlight by adding some Linen White to it.

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2 thoughts on “Chelaxian Ororo WIP 4

  1. The thing with Storm is that her hair really doesn’t look like hair. That’s the thing with comic art – things can look good in that format that just don’t work in others (maybe in Videogames).. Google a pic of Halle Berry as Storm and see what I mean. Her hair looks either bad or awful. Just embrace the fact that the hair may not look like real hair, but it can still look quite decent..

  2. I just meant the camera can’t capture the blacks or whites well in these WIP shots 🙂

    And I’ve blocked Halle Berry’s horrific performance of Storm out of my mind.

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