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a remastered version of an earlier drawing.
i thought about doing future drawings in this series in full digital color but i just think something gets lost in the translation.
what do you think?


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Dave_Mire



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Registered: June 2010
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Date: Tue August 3, 2010
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Roark
Gold Member
I definitely enjoy both versions of the picture, but I personally like the pencil version a little better. It just seems to fit the style of your drawing more to me. Hard to say exactly why, but I think I like the shading on the pencil version a little better. The digital version seems just a little too bright to me. But like I said I'm a fan of either style, keep up the good work.
#1 Tue August 3, 2010 03:58

Egoak
VIP Donator
I like both versions too. Both add something to the image. I like the bright clear colours of the digital colours but also the "softer" colours of the pencil and both surely are your drawings and style. Maybe a digital series- can be the school series and a pencil series- the daddy series or even better a brand new digital series- What's more natural than a mother series then?
#2 Tue August 3, 2010 04:22

DarthCerberus
Junior Member
Well for my two cents Dave, I enjoy the original style, that looks like a comic strip but in my book you cant go wrong. I love them both, but the pencil to me shows a little more work done and offers a personal touch. The photoshop however makes it cleaner and sharper. Keep up the good work!
#3 Tue August 3, 2010 06:12

forks
Artist
I like both, but i'm going to have to say I like the pencil better. Seems like pencil drawing is fast becoming a forgotten art, and so i always like to see someone else who still does it.
#4 Tue August 3, 2010 06:46

Rysk
Okami-vampire
I prefer the pencil drawing. I mean they're both nice but as you said, something gets lost in translation . . .
#5 Tue August 3, 2010 07:03

rogue-kun
Dysgraphic Brat
Personally what it represents to me a a mastered medium with the pieces in blending your edges, and a great start in a new medium, such that you might reach ever great highters with more practice with the photo shop
#6 Tue August 3, 2010 07:35

Exodus
Artist
Try playing with the Flow Levels and airbrushing options. You'd be surprised what you can do with a little experimentation.
#7 Tue August 3, 2010 08:14

Marquard
VIP Donator
I like the pencil version more...it's your special thing that the drawings are done with pencil. So please stay with pencils.
#8 Tue August 3, 2010 08:16

leon3
Probationary User
very nice work i think the pencil give a better affesect
#9 Tue August 3, 2010 10:50

BabyRie16
RP-o-holic
Personally I enjoy the pencil. Anyone can make an awesome pic in photoshop but pencil is something it takes hard work to master.
#10 Tue August 3, 2010 17:01

Collegeboy
Artist
I went from colored pencils to pencil lines followed by digital scans and coloring, but that was mainly to simplify editing out mistakes. There is a certain charm to pencil drawings. I think that maybe it's because they are now the rarer novelty in an internet world of digital art.
#11 Tue August 3, 2010 20:45

ProfundityNProfanity
Member
Mr. Mire (Peskinhead)...you can do no wrong! I am a huuuuge fan of your work, and have loved everything I've found of yours so far! Bravo!
#12 Tue August 3, 2010 21:47

Orange
Member
I definitely like the pencil better
#13 Tue August 3, 2010 23:45

Spengler
Senior Member
I,too, prefer the pencil drawing. But, both have their charm. Is there any way to get the pencil version a little brighter or bolder ? Or would that diminish the art ?
#14 Tue August 3, 2010 23:59

redbtmfun
VIP Donator
Hmm, I like both too, but I found I am more attracted to the pencil version. I think the coloring had something to do with it. The thighs seemed more "real" not better coloring, just more realistic. Boy its hard to quantify. Despite the fact I program computers for a living, I think I may be more old school when it comes to art then w/ a computer. Either way keep up the excellent work. Thanks for sharing. And if I had to pick one it would be the pencil for the overall visual feel.
#15 Wed August 4, 2010 01:02

Aluzrin
VIP Donator
I like both. The pencil has more dramatic impact lines and the Whack sound effects, but i think the digital version is cleaner.
#16 Wed August 4, 2010 03:20

gr8whitehyp3
Senior Member
...I like them both.
#17 Wed August 4, 2010 19:21

Cc
Artist
Well I think the major difference is just the "hand drawn" feeling. The problem with digital coloring is even in the color marking the hand-drawn feeling can get lost. It's not really a bad thing but sometimes that's what gives raw drawings their appeal.
#18 Wed August 4, 2010 21:22

OTKUGO66
VIP Donator
Overall, I prefer the penciled version, especially the way the legs are colored, but the photoshop version is nearly as good. Speaking as a non-artist, I'd guess that in the end, photoshop is like any other tool - valuable when used at the right time, in the right place, and in the correct manner.

As usual, I love your positioning. Obviously you understand (as does Sister) that the head must be raised to arch the back and turn the bottom up so that the maximum benefit will be received from each swat - look up, girls!
#19 Fri August 6, 2010 18:21

Mushy
Artist
I might be alone in this, but I actually do slightly - just slightly - prefer the digital coloring to the pencil one. I like to think of it this way - if you never give up one media, and with each picture/comic strip choose a different one, it broadens your abilities. I think you could do a lot with digital art, and yet there is appeal in the traditional media such as pencils and markers and such. So I say keep both. What you could do is draw a sketch that isn't colored whatsoever, and is drawn for the intention of cleaning it up and coloring it for the first time in photoshop. And then continue with your pencils when you feel like. I think my main thing here is that I'm encouraging you to do what you like, and what you enjoy. I used to hate my transition to digital art, but I learned to enjoy it - but I still get out my sketchbook and do stuff in pencil, and for the first time, I'm trying to learn to use colored pencils and such. So don't be afraid to experiment with everything, as long as you enjoy doing it. No matter what anyone thinks!

Good luck, and keep up the hard work. (: Your girls are going to be cute and sassy and clever no matter what, and I have faith you could go far with photoshop. I never thought it was a particularly cooperative program to learn, but once you start to figure out what all sorts of tools can do, the possibilities are overwhelming.

...and I do believe I've seen brushes that imitate the same texture of colored pencils, but you can still see the difference. But that might be something that interests you. It's something you could at least experiment with, and then decide if you're not sure about something like that. Just realize, Photoshop can do crazy amounts. But don't abandon your pencils either if you enjoy working with them a lot.
#20 Fri August 6, 2010 19:33

Dave_Mire
Artist
I've been doing full digital coloring for the Pep Squad series and it suits that series quite nicely. however, for this series i think i'll stick to colored pencils simply for consistency's sake.
#21 Fri August 6, 2010 20:26

spankeebcn
Junior Member
pencil
#22 Mon August 16, 2010 01:27

Jubal
Gold Member
BOTH are top notch...but I suppose I prefer the digital version better, since it's a sharper image overall. The paddle is a nice change from the cane. And TWO panty warmings are always better than one! Love to see these gals get it on the seat of their white cotton briefs! I find that much more interesting than to see 'em get it on the bare or on the seat of their skirts. THANKS for sharing your truly awesome talent with us, Dave!
#23 Sat August 21, 2010 03:28

rhunter42dragon
Senior Member
Both versions are great, but I think the photoshop version is better.
#24 Tue August 24, 2010 21:22

otkhaught1
Member
I like both versions very good
#25 Thu July 28, 2011 10:55


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