ramandjafari

ramandjafari:

I just got the printed version of my new artbook!
If you are interested in buying a copy of this book, just let me know via pm.

I swear this is the last time I will reblog this :D

But I’m going to get the new prints next week and I wanted to ask one last time, if anyone that hasn’t messaged me yet, is interessted in getting a copy of my artbook “Opaque”.

It is a 50 page/25 spreads softcover, with some of my illustrations, character designs and sketches. The book will cost 20€ + shipping costs and I will sign it (or put a little personal drawing in it) if you want me to.

~Raman :)

I just got the printed version of my new artbook!
If you are interested in buying a copy of this book, just let me know via pm.

This book and some of my acrylics will be on display at the yearly university exhibition of the HAW Design Department in Hamburg, starting today, ending saturday night.

If you’re in the Hamburg area, you definately need to come to come by! It’s a blast every year.


Tomorrow I will post a complete video showcase of “Opaque”.

I’m totally stoked for tonight!

Here are some colour variations of the previous character to show you guys how quick and easy you can get different results just by changing the local colours.Just remember to keep the multiply layer with the shadows on top of the local colours. You can also play with colour balance and other editing tools to get different results.Of course, these are not finished. To get a really nice finished look, you should paint on top of everything on a normal layer.If you missed the step-by-step tutorial for this workflow, you can check it out here:http://ramandjafari.deviantart.com/art/The-Viking-Tutorial-Step-by-Step-464848015A lot of the credits go to Devin Platts. Check out his original tutorial here: http://texahol.deviantart.com/art/Layer-Breakdown-373285350The finished character illustration:http://ramandjafari.tumblr.com/post/90763717370/a-new-character-also-you-can-follow-me-onAlso, you can follow me on:Facebook & DeviantArt & Behance

Here are some colour variations of the previous character to show you guys how quick and easy you can get different results just by changing the local colours.
Just remember to keep the multiply layer with the shadows on top of the local colours. You can also play with colour balance and other editing tools to get different results.
Of course, these are not finished. To get a really nice finished look, you should paint on top of everything on a normal layer.

If you missed the step-by-step tutorial for this workflow, you can check it out here:
http://ramandjafari.deviantart.com/art/The-Viking-Tutorial-Step-by-Step-464848015

A lot of the credits go to Devin Platts. Check out his original tutorial here: 
http://texahol.deviantart.com/art/Layer-Breakdown-373285350

The finished character illustration:
http://ramandjafari.tumblr.com/post/90763717370/a-new-character-also-you-can-follow-me-on

Also, you can follow me on:Facebook & DeviantArt Behance