Digital painting of a colorful bird|| Painting animal for the second time || Showing the process step by step

in ntopaz •  8 months ago  (edited)

ntopaz-image-0Enough with all the dull faces and stuff. I thought to myself. I need try something really really colorful. I could try to paint a butterfly but they are too small and one of them wouldn't look very good.
So i decided to paint a bird. Went through pinterest to get some idea and what kind of colors a bird could have. Then again i thought i am painting so it doesn't matter. I will put whatever color i want.

So i painted this. I guess there could be more vibrant color but this was also nice.

I started painting this yesterday night and when i was working on the background suddenly photoshop stopped. Like froze or something. I couldn't click any button or minimize it or quit it.
It was like a mini heart attack because i was so into this painting that i forgot to save it, so when photoshop crashed i was sure that i was going to loose hours of work.

i couldn't even get to my desktop view so while ps was opened i shut down my computer.
Later today i turned on my computer and was going to try to paint this again. So when i opened photoshop i see a file automatically opening and it was named recovered file.
I guess this is ps's new feature where if the software crushes you can still work on your unsaved file. This was such a surprise and i felt so happy. Then i finished the rest of it and there you have it.

Here are some process shots:

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A female portrait painting process:

Mushroom seer painting process that i did for splinterlands art contest:

Another portrait painting video:

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