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Creature Concept tutorial, Draw and color step by step female monster spider Demon queen.

How to draw drider creature.  Creature Concept tutorial, Draw and color step by step female monster spider Demon queen.
Painting and coloring Manga Anime monster creature design female spider demon concept design: How to draw and paint monster concept step by step tutorial for manga, comics or anime and video game design. Drawing and sketching variety of different fantasy sci-fi monster designs.

Here are continuation of step by step Spider Demon Queen (Drider Queen)

8) Paint over her upper body, her head decoration and hair then Painted over shoulder and arm. It will be a while to get this whole creature done.
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Check out the previous post:
-Drawing Creature concept Drider Queen design part 1
-Digital Painting Creature Spider Queen concept part 2

Drawing Software & Tools I used and recommended:-Genius MousePen 6x8
-Wacom Intuos3 6X8 Pen Tablet
-Bamboo (Small) Pen Tablet (new from Wacom!) Economy for everyone.Softwares:
-Gimp (Free Download)
-Adobe Photoshop CS2 (Professional software)
*You can just use pencil, paper, markers on this one...just practice rendering.

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Chris said…
Love the texture from her left shoulder down to her left elbow.

Going off on a tangent time:

I wonder, does she have a skeleton or are her insides more like a spiders? I think it would be cool if it was the latter; being able to crush the more feminine side in that way would be all the more disgusting/creepy.
Luca said…
yeah as chris said the texture on her left shoulder is wonderful, I really like it! well done man. In the previous post there is a picture of her head, and its in a very good quality... for this image how much resolution did you use?
(Personally I normally use 300dpi- is that enough?)
Chris said…
I think 300 is the standard for printing, possibly more.
XIA said…
Chris & Luca> Thanks guys!!! Yes, this image took me a while, too bad I didn't record's distracting when recording and painting at the same time.
Yes, 300 dpi is about right (too much or too little is not as good unless you have super printer.)
Plus, whatever you see on screen sometimes is not as accurate as it prints out. You have to calibrate and stuff...complicate...
Maybe I should make a post on that.
XIA said…
Chris> As for the skel...half exo and half human. I was thinking about having her skin being hard surface like reflective ceramics, but if that then...I want her skin to convey shyniness and softness of femininity. So...I go for the typical. :) Thanks for the me thinking.
Luca said…
yeah man so post something someday on printing then! Well I can understand you how distracting it is when recording (if we use the same software- I personally use Camtasia Studio) and it is very distracting!!
Thanks bro for the post again!
XIA said…
Luca> Printing and calibration set up are coming up.