|Date Added: October 24, 2008|
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Description: Hello DragoArt members and visitors! Once again I will give you another wicked tutorial! I know for the past few days I’ve been making really awesome tattoo tutorials. For instance, the Angel I drew was supposed to be a tattoo. Well today, I will be showing you how to draw an awesome and sick tutorial of a fiery monster spider tattoo! As you can see in the image, a fiery red spider is clawing out from skin. I was trying to aim for a more ripping and fleshy feel to the image. I made the spider look mean and bad as possible. Like when you put the tattoo on your skin it would look like a spider is literally hiding in your skin. I got this idea by numerous tattoos of spiders tearing out of your skin. Its wicked sick and rad stuff! You should look it up sometime on the Google search engines! I guarantee you’ll find a lot of cool stuff! Well anyways, this tattoo took me about four hours to color. I used Japanese paper to sketch the lines on. Japanese paper is really awesome to use. It’s like really rough and smooth at the same time. Good stuff. Anyways, you can tell my sketching progression at the last step. Sorry for the sketchy lines and stuff. Luckily, the finished and colored image is clean and clear. It took me an hour and a half to get all those lines out of the picture. I kept the sketchiness to show you all that I literally use circles and lines to draw. Well, the other idea I got to draw such a bad spider monster was from playing Metroid Prime III. It’s an amazing and thrilling game. There’s a monster in Metroid Prime III that’s all green. It’s like half robot and half spider. Heh, the thing I don’t like about that game is that the monsters are getting old. They all look the same. What I do love about the monsters though, is that they’re all insects ^_^! Well I guess that’s all I really have to say. I mean besides the shading and highlighting, there's nothing else to say. Just a little tip though, when you highlight make sure you start off with a very light white and then a hardcore white. This will make a shiny and slimy look. I’ll probably make a tutorial on this later. Well I hope you enjoy this tutorial! Have fun, cheers, and comment!