Roman House Part III - Finishing

Roman House Part III - Finishing
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Step 22

Draw in the midsection of the dress. This is where it is tightest, but you still want to add a fold or two along the outside of the dress.
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Step 23

The bottom of the dress is loose, so their will be several “pleat” type folds. Mae sure that the dress follows along with the right leg's outline. This will make the dress look flowing.
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Step 24

Outline a rope encircling her waist. To make the knot in the middle, make a kind of “ying-yang” shape, as though they are tied together.
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Step 25

Make the lines look like a twisted rope by drawing little “seed” shapes back to back between the lines. These little seeds are elongated ovals with a slightly pointed side, and a rounded side opposite.
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Step 26

Draw two dangling ropes hanging from the knot we drew before.
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Step 27

Using a 3 pixel opaque brush, add swirling patterns to the medallions.
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Step 28

New layer beneath the dress outline.
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Step 29

Block in the dress with color #FFEBBF.
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Step 30

Fill the little shoulder medallions with color #FFAE00.
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Step 31

Use the burn tool on midtones mode (46% exposure) to add shadows to the medallion.
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Step 32

Using the same settings as before, add shadows to the dress with the burn tool.
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Step 33

Use dodge tool (highlights mode, 16% exposure) to highlight the dress.
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Step 34

Block in the rope with color #9F58C4.
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Step 35

Use the dodge tool and burn tool (like before) to add highlights and shadow to the rope that ties around her waist.
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Step 36

Make a new layer above the “dress” layer.
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Step 37

Outline the body with color #592C00 (opaque, 9 pixel brush).
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Step 38

Outline the individual toes and fingers.
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Step 39

Delete the “skeleton” layer.
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Step 40

Make a new layer above the outline, “face outline”.
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Step 41

Draw the nose to the left of the head-shape. The nose is a lot like a curving “L “.
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Step 42

Draw the nostrils. The right one looks like a “ ) “ parentheses, the other is only slightly showing.
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Step 43

Draw the mouth. Draw the top lip connecting to the middle line, and the bottom lip connected too at the left side (where the lips round off), but leave the right corner open. Also, you can add a little line under the nose if you wish (only as indication, it will be added as a shadow later).
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Step 44

Draw the eyes as a sort of elongated almond shape. The left eye will be rounded on the far left side.
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Step 45

Draw iris's in the eyes and eyelashes to their outer corners.
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Step 46

Sketch in the eyebrows using short thin strokes.
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Step 47

Fix the jaw by erasing the right half and making it less square by raising the point where the jaw meets the back of the head.
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Step 48

Draw the ear right where the skull meets the jaw. The top of the ear should be in line with the eyes. A little tip in the shape of the ear, it is kind of shaped like half a peanut.
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Step 49

Make a little “U” shape to indicate her right cheek.
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Step 50

Make a new layer above the “dress” layer.
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Step 51

Fill in the entire figure with color #FFE8C3 (opaque).
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Step 52

Block in the dark shadows with color #E4AF84 (49% opacity)

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