さいとう なおき イラスト。 いい歳こいてお絵かき練習してみる

【閲覧注意】ポケカイラストレーター、さいとうなおき氏の以前の絵が衝撃的すぎる 子供泣くぞ・・・・・

さいとう なおき イラスト

A color that lifts up your spirit, a color that makes you feel refreshed, and a color that calms you down--when you're asked these questions, what kinds of colors do you imagine? Sometimes a color is an extension of our mind and other times, it is something that heavily influences our mind. It's a nice feeling when you know that the colors in your illustration inspire your audience. But have you ever been in a slump where no matter how many colors you've used, the illustration still doesn't sit well with you? What if we tell you that the cause is probably the way you use colors...? Different colors are needed to create a colored illustration and the amount of color combinations that you can achieve is infinite! Which is probably why many artists face the trouble of deciding what colors to combine and how. This time we're featuring a special lecture to help 3 people who love drawing but are currently facing the trouble of using colors the right way. We have invited Naoki Saito, an illustrator who has worked in many fields as a creator of character designs and illustrations for various manga and novels, and Fumiko Ishii, a certified color instructor of the Public Interest Incorporated Association Advance Forward True Colors, to be our lecturers and they have answered our questions in details. You will find hints to solve your problem here as well! The 3 people who have been invited to be the participants of this lecture were Harada, Yohira, and Morita. These 3 people frequently draw because drawing is their hobby, but what they have in common is the following problem: they don't know how to improve their skill of drawing colored illustrations. So we asked them to color the lined illustration. Let's take a look at the results! Morita: It is a beautiful and summery illustration, but it has a slightly 'transient' vibe to it. It's like watching a girl who isn't an outdoor type spending a day outside... I started coloring her skin first and then moved to her eyes and the parts around her face before bringing the illustration to completion. The proof of that is our eyes immediately go to her eyes and hat. Ishii: Learning how to make good use of colors and to balance them is going to be amazing. This work is going to come out to be a masterpiece. ・Brightness Literally the brightness of the color. When you increase the brightness of the color red, it becomes pink. When you lower it, it becomes reddish brown. ・Hue Red shades, blue shades, green shades. The true nature of colors. For example, both red and pink have a red hue. ・Saturation The vividness of the color. Think about the reddest of reds and imagine gradually adding a shade of gray to it. The color will become duller, even though its brightness stays the same. The saturation decreases as the proportion of gray increases and the proportion of red decreases, making the color progressively achromatic. ・Base color The color that occupies the largest area of the screen. ・Subordinate colors The next most predominant color. The artist can decide whether it should match the base color or not. ・Accent colors The color covering the smallest area of the screen. In this illustration, you can see the ideal proportion of base colors skin, hat, petals etc that decides the atmosphere of the whole image, subordinate colors hair, pupils, leaves, etc. that produce change, accent color ribbon. The reason it feels so comfortable to look at is this balance. On top of that, the pros presented a couple of suggestions to make the illustration even more attractive. The reason why the blue hair of the girl is very impactful is that the yellow and blue of sunflowers are in a complementary relationship. Blue is a difficult color which feeling can change according to its surrounding hues, but in this illustration, it comes out really well. Great! This is the effect of complementary colors. The author said they chose these particular colors following their heart, and nevertheless, the colors chosen are following all the criteria expressed above: amazing! However, with the necessary knowledge, you can make your illustrations even more impactful. With the necessary knowledge, the drawings you have to discard due to a lack of inspiration will dramatically decrease! Ishii: The illustration looks very compact, thanks to its rich hues and bright and vivid tones. I really like the glossy finish of the girl's arms, they're painted very well. There are many different colors in this picture, but there's almost no difference in luminosity. You can tell it has a very feminine taste. Saito: Energy is overflowing from the painting! I think the idea was to make this illustration look as energetic as possible. There are not many people who can combine intention and results, so you should be proud of your work! Despite the variety of colors, it's very well balanced. I would never have chosen green for her dress, but it's the use of green itself what makes this illustration so impressive. To make an image feel more vivid, you need stronger elements and weaker elements to coexist. In this illustration, all the sunflowers are drawn with the same brightness, so it would be an interesting experiment to paint the central large sunflower with a bigger brightness difference and the small two on the hat with a reduced brightness difference. By adopting this technique for the leaves and the ribbon on the hat, you can choose what details you want to be at the center of the attention. The first thing most people do when they want to emphasize a detail is to make it more brilliant and brighter. However, by making everything bright and brilliant there's also a chance to achieve opposite results. Bright and dark spots should coexist in the same artwork. If you want to make something look brighter, try making the surrounding details darker first. Saito: You can understand at a first glance that this artwork was colored by an experienced illustrator, due to the cleanliness of the color. The author perfectly knew what they wanted to express! Ishii: I agree. The accent of blue in the back of the hat also looks very good. I also use color differences like this one sometimes. Using black for shadows often results in a horror-like atmosphere. Moreover, black doesn't fit a neat and clean character like this but I like the idea of giving the girl brown hair. Let's start with reviewing the shadows first. The shadows on her arm are too strong, and by adjusting them the shadows on her face will also look more pleasant. People's gaze is attracted to places with large differences in brightness. In this illustration, it is more effective to make the petal's line a little thinner, replace it with a different color, because the difference in brightness between the white petals and black lines in the background is bigger than on the girl's face - the part you'd want to show the most. After a comprehensive review by Saito and Ishii, the lecture moves to practical skill where our artist will be able to put their advice into practice! The teachers are ready to reply to any questions on the spot, but the allotted time is only 90 minutes! The three artists will have to focus if they want to make good use of the advice they received in such a limited time. Hemming the borders to make the overall shape clear is a standard and effective technique. It's an easy approach to guide the eye of the beholder. It is possible to give the spectator a sharp impression of the illustration by thinning the line drawing and blackening only the outermost outline. Try changing colors only on the outside of the hair, or according to each article of clothing. It's a technique that works in many different ways, so don't hesitate to try your hand at it! Saito: By even just adding two stripes to the hat ribbon, the illustration just got more girly! I really like it. By adjusting the lighting of the painting, the balance got way better. However, the red in the highlights of her eyes is a little bit hard to spot, so I would enlarge the area a little bit. Also, by adding different colors to the lineart, the illustration now looks softer - despite being something that might go unnoticed if looking at the zoomed-out illustration. Ishii: By making the girl's skin brighter, the illustration has now an even more summery feeling. Like Sato said, I would have added more red to her eyes. Saito: I like that you used a little bit of blue in the sunflowers. I think it's great that you can use a color like that so smoothly! Changing colors so drastically takes courage, and the pickier you are, the harder it is to make those changes. By raising the lightness of the sunflower seeds, my eye is drawn to the character's face. Adding three different level of brightness creates a pleasant rhythm on the screen! Ishii: Summer comes in two ways: in the warm tones of red, the ones who make you sweat, and in the cool blue shades. This work has changed so much from the initial version! Yohira had the courage to change their work completely, and I feel this is an important strength to have. Saito: The earhly tones brought this illustration to a whole new level. One thing that truly changed is that now the illustration seems to have a good fragrance. When shadows are black it's hard to make a painting look neat and fresh, but by changing the color of the shadows just slightly the image looks way cleaner! So the first thing I thought when seeing the revised illustration was "it looks like it smells good"! It makes you wanna sniff it. Ishii: I'm very impressed that Harada's illustration improved so much in such a short time. Due to the adjustment of the colors and of the sharpness of the painting, her skin now looks so much softer - especially on the shoulder. In addition, by adding more white, white itself stands out even more. Harada put my advice into solid practice, and this makes me ecstatic. After the evaluation of our three artists ended, the two teachers showed off their works. Please note that there are no correct answers when it comes to coloring: these are only two examples of how the results can be extremely different according to the person drawing. There are as many correct answers as there are artists. Ishii: I think everyone would start coloring this artwork from the girl, so I decided to start from the flowers instead. I tried out multiple patterns to understand how I could improve the colors of the flowers. In all these illustrations, I'm using about 8 to 9 colors for the whole picture. I think that you can see that the direction of the work is decided naturally with the image of color. Saito: It's a technique to make yellow and orange stand out more. I added the blue sky to use a complementary color, and I also used blue as an accent in the girl's eyes. Also, in order to give the image a sense of texture, the hat is textured and made a bit darker. You can hardly see it, but at the same time, you can tell that it is a straw hat. Adjusting the brightness is very important. Ishii: Painting always requires observation. Especially when drawing a slightly deformed world, it is necessary to add a bit of reality to avoid making the illustration look too light. You've got to add and subtract. In the theater world, it is said that even things that are real look like a farce on stage. Gestures need to be amplified. It's just the same when it comes to illustration. Drawing and coloring follow the same principles. Saito: The correction time allotted in this course is only 90 minutes. 90 minutes feel like ages when standing up still, but feel like an instant when you're drawing. It's amazing that you were able to improve your coloring in such a short time. The power of youth! I was supposed to be a teacher, but in the end, I learned so many things. I am very thankful for this experience, and I hope I was helpful. So, what do you think? Where you surprised at the dramatic changes that occurred in these illustrations in just 90 minutes? The power of colors is to make the intentions of the creator clear, and to convey emotions directly from the screen. Colors are amazing, aren't they? If you would like to learn more about color, please visit the Shikisai Kentei color examination association's site by all means. It is full of information such as the reason behind the power of colors and the proper way to learn about it! The Winter 2018 test will be held on Sunday, November 11, 2018, and applications are open! Applications can be made from the internet and about 400 test sites are located throughout Japan. Why don't you challenge yourself to take the exam in November? You can gain useful knowledge to become an even better illustrator!

次の

「がんばリーリエ SR」のイラストレーター:さいとうなおきさんのイラスト特集

さいとう なおき イラスト

D:その人の絵柄でオリジナル作品を描く• C:自分の絵とお手本を見比べる• PDCAの注意点「PDCA順に回さない」 PDCAサイクルはPDCA順には回さないです。 実作業はPDCAの中にPDCAがあり、細分化され常に更新され最適化されていくからです。 私はPで足踏みしがちなので注意しています。 独りブレインストーミングで課題発見 Cを行う場合に、ブレインストーミングで問題を列挙し、課題を発見する方法を取ります。 理想の自分の絵を探す• アークナイツの立ち絵をベンチマークとした立ち絵制作(ソシャゲ案件向け)• B2タペストリーに適した背景込みのイラスト作成(自分が欲しい) D:その人の絵柄でオリジナル作品を描く 2日(5時間+8時間 C:自分の絵とお手本を見比べる• 筆運びが細々している。 修正後のみけん位置に二重がくる?• 手本を反映• 手癖 昔からの手癖が抜けず、目の位置と頭部のアタリが不安定。 問題の箇所・顔の造形、クオリティ上げるには? 固有色を上から乗算で載せてみた。 わるくない。 線画を別レイヤーで書き起こす• 塗りと乗算を統合し、光源を設定、オーバーレイなどでタッチを生かしながら描き起こす。 細々とトーンをいじりすぎると前回の「 細々としたタッチが目立つ結果」になりかねないので注意したい。 ?:所々に色青とオレンジが混ざってるのですが、法則性がまたしっかりわかっていません。 色が濁りやすいパーツは分ける。 髪は線で流れを捉える 細かい所がすごく気になる。 と思って実験した結果。 仕上がりが雑に見えてしまいよくない。 線画を作ることにした。 「アークナイツ 壁紙 テキサス」で検索すると塗りがアークナイツ納品用仕様のイラストがチラホラ出てきます。 pixivに行くと線より塗りが重視されたイラストが出てきます。 C97の新刊は転売価格10000円なので手が出ません。 DL販売してほしい。 ここまでの作業 クリックで拡大 丸1日かかりました。 もっと早く出来るんですが早くすることが目的ではないので色々試しながら顔の造形がクオリティアップするには? を考えて描いていました。 元絵に引っ張られて自分の手癖とブレンドされて1日置きましたが妙な感じがします。 手癖 頭の大きさに対して、目の位置が高い。 本来、目の位置には二重が来る。 タッチ 固有色のパレットを作り、細々としたタッチにならないようにする 反映色 青とオレンジが要所に混ざる。 パレットにどう反映させるか。 雑になってしまうなど他の課題が発生し、練習ループに入りそうなので次に行きます。 次回のAに続く。 よろしければ下記ボタンからシェアよろしくお願いします!.

次の

Coloring Techniques to Upgrade Your Art!! Feat. Naoki Saito and More!

さいとう なおき イラスト

A color that lifts up your spirit, a color that makes you feel refreshed, and a color that calms you down--when you're asked these questions, what kinds of colors do you imagine? Sometimes a color is an extension of our mind and other times, it is something that heavily influences our mind. It's a nice feeling when you know that the colors in your illustration inspire your audience. But have you ever been in a slump where no matter how many colors you've used, the illustration still doesn't sit well with you? What if we tell you that the cause is probably the way you use colors...? Different colors are needed to create a colored illustration and the amount of color combinations that you can achieve is infinite! Which is probably why many artists face the trouble of deciding what colors to combine and how. This time we're featuring a special lecture to help 3 people who love drawing but are currently facing the trouble of using colors the right way. We have invited Naoki Saito, an illustrator who has worked in many fields as a creator of character designs and illustrations for various manga and novels, and Fumiko Ishii, a certified color instructor of the Public Interest Incorporated Association Advance Forward True Colors, to be our lecturers and they have answered our questions in details. You will find hints to solve your problem here as well! The 3 people who have been invited to be the participants of this lecture were Harada, Yohira, and Morita. These 3 people frequently draw because drawing is their hobby, but what they have in common is the following problem: they don't know how to improve their skill of drawing colored illustrations. So we asked them to color the lined illustration. Let's take a look at the results! Morita: It is a beautiful and summery illustration, but it has a slightly 'transient' vibe to it. It's like watching a girl who isn't an outdoor type spending a day outside... I started coloring her skin first and then moved to her eyes and the parts around her face before bringing the illustration to completion. The proof of that is our eyes immediately go to her eyes and hat. Ishii: Learning how to make good use of colors and to balance them is going to be amazing. This work is going to come out to be a masterpiece. ・Brightness Literally the brightness of the color. When you increase the brightness of the color red, it becomes pink. When you lower it, it becomes reddish brown. ・Hue Red shades, blue shades, green shades. The true nature of colors. For example, both red and pink have a red hue. ・Saturation The vividness of the color. Think about the reddest of reds and imagine gradually adding a shade of gray to it. The color will become duller, even though its brightness stays the same. The saturation decreases as the proportion of gray increases and the proportion of red decreases, making the color progressively achromatic. ・Base color The color that occupies the largest area of the screen. ・Subordinate colors The next most predominant color. The artist can decide whether it should match the base color or not. ・Accent colors The color covering the smallest area of the screen. In this illustration, you can see the ideal proportion of base colors skin, hat, petals etc that decides the atmosphere of the whole image, subordinate colors hair, pupils, leaves, etc. that produce change, accent color ribbon. The reason it feels so comfortable to look at is this balance. On top of that, the pros presented a couple of suggestions to make the illustration even more attractive. The reason why the blue hair of the girl is very impactful is that the yellow and blue of sunflowers are in a complementary relationship. Blue is a difficult color which feeling can change according to its surrounding hues, but in this illustration, it comes out really well. Great! This is the effect of complementary colors. The author said they chose these particular colors following their heart, and nevertheless, the colors chosen are following all the criteria expressed above: amazing! However, with the necessary knowledge, you can make your illustrations even more impactful. With the necessary knowledge, the drawings you have to discard due to a lack of inspiration will dramatically decrease! Ishii: The illustration looks very compact, thanks to its rich hues and bright and vivid tones. I really like the glossy finish of the girl's arms, they're painted very well. There are many different colors in this picture, but there's almost no difference in luminosity. You can tell it has a very feminine taste. Saito: Energy is overflowing from the painting! I think the idea was to make this illustration look as energetic as possible. There are not many people who can combine intention and results, so you should be proud of your work! Despite the variety of colors, it's very well balanced. I would never have chosen green for her dress, but it's the use of green itself what makes this illustration so impressive. To make an image feel more vivid, you need stronger elements and weaker elements to coexist. In this illustration, all the sunflowers are drawn with the same brightness, so it would be an interesting experiment to paint the central large sunflower with a bigger brightness difference and the small two on the hat with a reduced brightness difference. By adopting this technique for the leaves and the ribbon on the hat, you can choose what details you want to be at the center of the attention. The first thing most people do when they want to emphasize a detail is to make it more brilliant and brighter. However, by making everything bright and brilliant there's also a chance to achieve opposite results. Bright and dark spots should coexist in the same artwork. If you want to make something look brighter, try making the surrounding details darker first. Saito: You can understand at a first glance that this artwork was colored by an experienced illustrator, due to the cleanliness of the color. The author perfectly knew what they wanted to express! Ishii: I agree. The accent of blue in the back of the hat also looks very good. I also use color differences like this one sometimes. Using black for shadows often results in a horror-like atmosphere. Moreover, black doesn't fit a neat and clean character like this but I like the idea of giving the girl brown hair. Let's start with reviewing the shadows first. The shadows on her arm are too strong, and by adjusting them the shadows on her face will also look more pleasant. People's gaze is attracted to places with large differences in brightness. In this illustration, it is more effective to make the petal's line a little thinner, replace it with a different color, because the difference in brightness between the white petals and black lines in the background is bigger than on the girl's face - the part you'd want to show the most. After a comprehensive review by Saito and Ishii, the lecture moves to practical skill where our artist will be able to put their advice into practice! The teachers are ready to reply to any questions on the spot, but the allotted time is only 90 minutes! The three artists will have to focus if they want to make good use of the advice they received in such a limited time. Hemming the borders to make the overall shape clear is a standard and effective technique. It's an easy approach to guide the eye of the beholder. It is possible to give the spectator a sharp impression of the illustration by thinning the line drawing and blackening only the outermost outline. Try changing colors only on the outside of the hair, or according to each article of clothing. It's a technique that works in many different ways, so don't hesitate to try your hand at it! Saito: By even just adding two stripes to the hat ribbon, the illustration just got more girly! I really like it. By adjusting the lighting of the painting, the balance got way better. However, the red in the highlights of her eyes is a little bit hard to spot, so I would enlarge the area a little bit. Also, by adding different colors to the lineart, the illustration now looks softer - despite being something that might go unnoticed if looking at the zoomed-out illustration. Ishii: By making the girl's skin brighter, the illustration has now an even more summery feeling. Like Sato said, I would have added more red to her eyes. Saito: I like that you used a little bit of blue in the sunflowers. I think it's great that you can use a color like that so smoothly! Changing colors so drastically takes courage, and the pickier you are, the harder it is to make those changes. By raising the lightness of the sunflower seeds, my eye is drawn to the character's face. Adding three different level of brightness creates a pleasant rhythm on the screen! Ishii: Summer comes in two ways: in the warm tones of red, the ones who make you sweat, and in the cool blue shades. This work has changed so much from the initial version! Yohira had the courage to change their work completely, and I feel this is an important strength to have. Saito: The earhly tones brought this illustration to a whole new level. One thing that truly changed is that now the illustration seems to have a good fragrance. When shadows are black it's hard to make a painting look neat and fresh, but by changing the color of the shadows just slightly the image looks way cleaner! So the first thing I thought when seeing the revised illustration was "it looks like it smells good"! It makes you wanna sniff it. Ishii: I'm very impressed that Harada's illustration improved so much in such a short time. Due to the adjustment of the colors and of the sharpness of the painting, her skin now looks so much softer - especially on the shoulder. In addition, by adding more white, white itself stands out even more. Harada put my advice into solid practice, and this makes me ecstatic. After the evaluation of our three artists ended, the two teachers showed off their works. Please note that there are no correct answers when it comes to coloring: these are only two examples of how the results can be extremely different according to the person drawing. There are as many correct answers as there are artists. Ishii: I think everyone would start coloring this artwork from the girl, so I decided to start from the flowers instead. I tried out multiple patterns to understand how I could improve the colors of the flowers. In all these illustrations, I'm using about 8 to 9 colors for the whole picture. I think that you can see that the direction of the work is decided naturally with the image of color. Saito: It's a technique to make yellow and orange stand out more. I added the blue sky to use a complementary color, and I also used blue as an accent in the girl's eyes. Also, in order to give the image a sense of texture, the hat is textured and made a bit darker. You can hardly see it, but at the same time, you can tell that it is a straw hat. Adjusting the brightness is very important. Ishii: Painting always requires observation. Especially when drawing a slightly deformed world, it is necessary to add a bit of reality to avoid making the illustration look too light. You've got to add and subtract. In the theater world, it is said that even things that are real look like a farce on stage. Gestures need to be amplified. It's just the same when it comes to illustration. Drawing and coloring follow the same principles. Saito: The correction time allotted in this course is only 90 minutes. 90 minutes feel like ages when standing up still, but feel like an instant when you're drawing. It's amazing that you were able to improve your coloring in such a short time. The power of youth! I was supposed to be a teacher, but in the end, I learned so many things. I am very thankful for this experience, and I hope I was helpful. So, what do you think? Where you surprised at the dramatic changes that occurred in these illustrations in just 90 minutes? The power of colors is to make the intentions of the creator clear, and to convey emotions directly from the screen. Colors are amazing, aren't they? If you would like to learn more about color, please visit the Shikisai Kentei color examination association's site by all means. It is full of information such as the reason behind the power of colors and the proper way to learn about it! The Winter 2018 test will be held on Sunday, November 11, 2018, and applications are open! Applications can be made from the internet and about 400 test sites are located throughout Japan. Why don't you challenge yourself to take the exam in November? You can gain useful knowledge to become an even better illustrator!

次の