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..zombie babies on the other hand, turned out to be relatively easy to deal with.

*image notes: hand inked. colour work in Gimp. This is my first attempt at colourising the line work, and I think I do like it this way better (versus black lines). Let me know what you think.

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  • vampvamp
    vampvampalmost 5 years ago

    cool!

  • thanks V. :) It’s tricky to try to keep these kinds of designs very simple in style while avoiding them looking amateurish. I’m not sure I quite pulled it off, but fun trying.

    – Octochimp Designs

  • Norma-jean Morrison
    Norma-jean Mor...almost 5 years ago

    Cool work, done very good

  • thank you Normaje. :)

    – Octochimp Designs

  • Michael Lee
    Michael Leealmost 5 years ago

    Another clever idea that’s been tastefully designed for the t-shirt medium.

    I’ve just begun colourising lines myself and I think the trick is to make the lines thicker and more accented than usual. Here’s my first attempt:

    …and next to it an example of how it’s really done by fizzgig

    Give it a few weeks and we’ll both have it down. Maybe we could collaborate on a tutorial? But then I’d have to learn Gimp… I’ll get back to you! :)

  • thanks for the feedback Mike. I debated back and forth for a while about how much to colour the lines; mostly black with a hint of colour, or full colour? I ended up going somewhere in between; full colour but significantly darker so as to maintain the definition.
    I see you went more for the very dark lines with a hint of colour which also looks great. Fizzgig’s does look awesome, keeping the line colour just barely at the darker end of the colour range so it almost blends in. Fantastic work.
    I don’t know that there is one better than the other but I love seeing the different approaches and trying them out.

    – Octochimp Designs

  • oh, yes I love doing tutorials. And while I use Gimp by preference, I also have (and know how to use) Photoshop.

    – Octochimp Designs

  • Zombie Rust
    Zombie Rustalmost 5 years ago

  • thanks ZR, I really appreciate it. :)

    – Octochimp Designs

  • Joozu
    Joozualmost 5 years ago

    I didn’t know zombies have babies. And such cuties too!

  • well… umm, no I don’t think they have babies. But babies can catch zombie germs. You know how it is. :)

    – Octochimp Designs

  • MuscularTeeth
    MuscularTeethalmost 5 years ago

    lol nice one.

  • thanks heaps dude.

    – Octochimp Designs

  • Rajee
    Rajeeover 4 years ago

    Cool artwork.

    I believe fizzgig uses Adobe illustrator for his artwork.

    If you lock the transparency in the lineart layer in Photoshop or Gimp you can recolor the outlines.

  • Sweet. I’m a real beginner when it comes to Illustrator but that sounds sensible. In Gimp I keep the lineart as the separate top layer which also makes colouring of it relatively easy. It also helps to separate and protect it while working on shading and effects on other layers.

    – Octochimp Designs

  • DesignBakery
    DesignBakeryover 4 years ago

    nawwww zombie baby!! Classic. :)

  • yeh :) next time you see someone saying that a baby looks so cute they could just eat them up… you better check that person is not a zombie.

    – Octochimp Designs

  • remedysains
    remedysainsover 4 years ago

    nice to meet u dude… i like this work :))

  • thanks man, I appreciate you checking it out. :)

    – Octochimp Designs

  • Heather Rinehart
    Heather Rinehartover 4 years ago

    Horrifically sweet, in that special way that only zombie babies can be. Love it!

  • hehe, yes it’s lucky zombie babies are somewhat of a rarity. To the average full sized zombie, babies are only slightly more than bit-sized, so there’s usually not enough left over for the zombification process to do it’s work.

    – Octochimp Designs

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