By now I should have had a decent colored version of my wolf fursona, but I haven't been able to sit down and do one until now. Many of you recall a few of the others I've done in color, but I don't think they do my fursona much justice. This is probably the best that I can come up with. I know that it's not very clean, but I'm not very skilled on how to color using Photoshop. I had asked my professor on how to do digital coloring for my work, and he told me that the simplest way is to use the magic wand tool, and this is the result of it. To be honest, I'm rather happy how it turned. Hey, I finally used Photoshop to do some coloring.
From time to time, I will chat with
, and I've seen some of the work that she's done using Photoshop for digital coloring. I'm always impressed at how clean her line art is. In fact, that's what I've been envious of with most people who color their art work digitally. I've asked her one time how she can get her line art so clean, and she told me that she uses a fine pointed brush on Photoshop for he line art. I'll have to ask her again to make sure if I'm correct. So, this may mean that I'll have to invest in a tablet or use the Digital Media Center's tablet and try out giving this piece a cleaner line art.
Anyway, this is a better representation of my wolf fursona in color.