The second gen Cullens. Sleeping. In as much as vampires do. I just imagine Nessie's parents would be enthralled watching their daughter sleep. Because when you have an eternity, you have the time to do stuff like that. Plus, parents are strange creatures; they will do this. I'm not saying I wouldn't or that I blame them, but sleeping babies? They just do something to you, whether you're a newbie or veteran parent.
Tried some different coloring techniques than I often do; jury's out on my thoughts about it. I think what I'm happy with is the "temperature" of the whole thing. It has a kinda cold/cool feeling to it for me which I'm assuming is coming from the blue hue I applied on it when I was done with my bases. This could simply be me.
If you're interested in how I did this, I simply applied a blue filtered layer to the finished collapsed layers (down to one complete color layer), after coloring, highlighting and shading everything one layer at a time... it's tedious, I agree, but it's how I have to work so my work doesn't end up a fine mess. You could argue it ended up as such anyhow, and I wouldn't disagree. I'd cry. But I wouldn't disagree.
Debating on whether I should "fix" my color process of an individual layer for everything... before I collapsed it, you're looking at what essentially took up fifty plus layers. Talk about tedious, we already addressed that, but I'll agree with you a second time just to be sociable.
So there you have it. Twilight Night in all it's "finishedness." Overall, I'm happy, I see room for improvement as I always do, but I'm actually.... yeah, I'm happy with this.
Renesmee, Bella and Edward Cullen belong to Stephenie Meyer.
Art by Mandi Pope, 2013.
Medium: Photoshop Elements 10. And ample time.
Note: Don't reuse, redistribute, alter, color, transpose to your OC's... don't, and if you do, I'll find you and spank you. Try me.