I was intrigued about trying to create a Soldier with cloaking/invisibility capabilities and attempted to experiment with various coloring techniques. I used Jim's Sargent Major and added textured backgrounds. The intent is that the background would match the environment and bases, in effect making the figure appear to be transparent. Also, the backgrounds were skewed to try and create a perspective, so that it would appear that the background is fading off into the distance as you looked through him. I think leaving the white edge of the cut paper would work best with this miniature. The background textures are One-Monk brand. Some backgrounds are more effective than others, but the basic shape of the figure lends itself to the idea that the soldier is invisible on the Battlefield.
The image and link has been updated now, sorry about that.
Vermin King: I appreciate the effort to do comics. Story line, setting up the scenes/frames, setting the dialog to be concise, and bringing it all together. All the best, sir
Sept 27, 2023 6:43:27 GMT -9
tomoko: Big hug to you, David. I'm alive and well, now I'm trying to draw comics :-D
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okumarts: Good to "see" you tomoko. I hope you are doing well. We miss you.
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Vermin King: That's the way this year seems to be going for a lot of us. Time just flies past
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nullpointer: Aw crap, did I miss the cut on Papercuts?
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Vermin King: Still here. The last year has been tough, but we are muddling through as best we can
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tomoko: I am doing well! How are you doing, Friends? I miss you too! :-)
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