Hello. Here is a thread to post Justice League fan art. From Any version of the league (dark, America, international) any character what ever you want.
Very nice work. Great colors!
Oh I cant wait to see other’s JL art. Love your superman piece @NYJt3 The sky in the background is so vibrant, I can feel the warmth
I did this trinity piece for the DC FAndome art contest last summer. Wonder if were gonna get one of those again, I actually really really enjoyed it!
That looks phenomenal wow . Really like the eyes.
Side note: funny thing I did a trinity piece for the FanDome contest too.
I’ll have to find it and put it up.
Great work! Are you an artist for living? This is certainly pro-level work!
That Manhunter Looks Awesome™. Really like the Eyes and black shade/coloring
That one pop of color
Yeah I do some freelance work on the side and sell at conventions. I’m enjoying the balance of work I have right now but working in the industry has always been the dream
You’ve got the skill, keep following that dream!
Do it! That’d be bad ass
Here’s a shot at the glowing eyes. Nowhere near as cool as I thought it would be, but I think I have the technique down to try something more adventurous down the line.
That looks awesome™
Curious How do you make drawn images gifs?
I found some instructions on how to use Krita to do it.
There are also websites and software like Photoshop that can do it, but this is a totally free way and you don’t end up with any watermarks.
Basically, the image is drawn in Krita and I added layers for each shade of eye color.
I used 1 blank layer and 3 shades of red.
Then I made one layer visible at a time and exported a GIF. That left me with 4 GIFs.
To tie it all together, I had to download FFmpeg and link it to Krita.
Instructions to do that are here:
For the actual rendering, I found a handy youtube video:
Since I only had 4 frames of animation, I set it to 2 frames per second. At the default of 24 per second, it just zipped by way too fast.
My render settings look like this. It’s probably worth playing around with the FPS and increasing when you have more frames.
Can you tell I work in IT? I glossed over a few details that are in the video, but if you need a better step by step let me know.
Thanks for the step by step. Definitely have to try this out.
I’d say it works. Working with is just a temporary member.