Background Fuzz

This was just a quick experiment to see how painting something up on a somewhat “fuzzy” brown background would work. Several years ago I made the switch from traditional media to digital. Digital art can come off extremely slick looking if you want it to. I needed to keep my work looking as much the same as I could for my clients sake, so I have always tinkered with how to keep things looking as rustic as possible.

2 Comments on “Background Fuzz

  1. When I do a characature and I cant get say an arm or hand just right I do the fuzzy background and get rid of the pesky appendage. Do you use block color for hair and single out the highs and lowlights or is each hair individual?

    • …I usually block the hair in and then come back on top of it with a smaller brush and add some individual hairs to it.

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