Full Scene, Type 3
This is a more complex scene than Type 2 or 4, and can have up to ten people in it. (Background crowds like in the Quidditch picture don't count--they're just blobs of color and considered scenery.) The biggest difference will be in the background. OR it can be a full body portrait with a LOT of people in it, like the last example, but will have a simpler background or stock picture from my stock account at hyenacub-stock
Full Scene, Type 2
Full color scene, more complex background than Type 1, and up to 6 people. This will be done on Photoshop, 200 psi, 8.5" X 11".
Full Scene, Type 1
This is a full color scene, fairly simple, with a background that's not too complex. Nore more than 3 people.
Full Body Figure, complex
This is a picture of three to five full body characters. It will be done on a very simple background or on a stock photo from my own account at hyenacub-stock
- you pick the background. It will be done on Photoshop at 200 psi - 8.5" X 11"
Full Body Figure, simple
This is a full body picture of one or two people/creatures/etc.. The backgrounds will be extremely simple, or a stock photograph from my own account at hyenacub-stock
- you choose the background. This will be done on photoshop at 200psi, 8.5" X 11".
Color Portrait--One or Two Figures
These are portraits from waist or shoulder up (or anywhere in between) of one or two characters with a very simple background. They will be painted on Photoshop, 8.5" X 11" at 150psi.
This is line art, done on Photoshop at 8.5 X 11 at 150psi
Greyscale Art, complex
This is a more complex drawing than the "simple" artwork. It can be a scene, or perhaps portrait/figures of several people.
Grayscale Art, simple
These will be pencil drawings of a complexity similar to the example above--usually a figure or portrait of a described person/being/character. These are not photorealistic, and are done in my own style.