Making some #krita tools and testing the limits of my theory that no cartoon animal cranium can ever be too large with this Bonk-lookin-ass hog.
This method of picking a multiplied shadow color that is a desaturated compliment to your light source isn't going to produce the *best* color results, but it will give you ones that are genuinely difficult to fuck up.
I just blindly slathered in flat color for the heads right and left.
I pick my colors by hand, but a shadow layer multiplied over a local color layer + a final opaque layer for highlights and reflected light = quick results.
Helpful especially if you're struggling with a workflow that's consistent. It looks decent even over these bullshit inks.
Pick a shadow color that's a desaturated compliment to your lightsource's color and have at ye.
I cannot stress this enough, you can never make their goddamn craniums big enough. Go biiiig.
Some insomnia #Krita doodles.
I draw stuff.
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