hey it's finished, I hope you like the color scheme I picked for her suit. It kinda reminds me of megaman and you should try looking at it for like a minute without blinking. She looks like a real 3D image when you do. (like those pictures you stare at it up close and walk away from slowly to see another image) [link]
It kind of looks like you made it appear as though a great deal of her lower body is exposed, which I guess is my fault because of how I drew it, but she is designed to be wearing a full body suit with only her head exposed.
Other than that, you're getting a bit better...maybe you should slow down on trying to mimic the 3D look and practice your basic coloring and shading skills. Lay down flat colors, pick a light source and apply highlights and shadows appropriately.
Hehe yeah X_X my bad I thought those were stomach lines lol and I wasn't trying to make it look three d really. XD I just played around with layers a bit trying to make the background look like one of those holographic trading cards XD Though really, if you don't blink at it for a few seconds in a row it does kinda pop out at you @_@
I have a Wacom Graphire tablet, I use the stylus for all my work, although it's not really necessary because the way I ink, you don't really need pressure sensitivity. I use paths in Photoshop to make the shapes of my lines and fill them in with black.
same here! but i use the stroke, right click the path (make sure it's set with a bush size you want) then click the box with "simulate pressure", works lie a charm, but the corners need to be traced a couple of times though.
I use that for some of my lines. I've made it easier by using Photoshop actions. I have my commands set up so when I have one path out there, I just hit a key and it strokes the path with simulated pressure and deletes the path in one step. I also have actions for filling the path, turning them into feathered selections (for coloring) and standard strokes without simulating pressure. Saves a heck of a lot of time. I have a whole tutorial on it in my gallery, but I asked someone to make it into a PDF for me and he condensed a lot of the extra stuff I put in.