Here I am again! ^^With a new drawing tablet with display and a new program called Clip Studio paint.
And after long experiments, here a new picture!
Poor Jenna. She jogged along a road in the woods and thought no evil, when she suddenly stumbled into a dangerous mud hole.
Startled, she looked down and saw her feets disappeared up to her ankles in the mud.
When she realized she was stuck and sinking, she leaned backward and tried to pull herself out by kicking with her legs and shoved herself backwards with her hands.
But she soon realized that the mud was too thick and the suction too strong to break free.
And the more she tried to pull herself out, the more she was pulled into the mud.
After a quarter of an hour of futile struggling, she was almost sunk to her crotch, which was gently embraced by her skin tight volleyball shorts…
I hope you like it!
And, quicksand and mud certainly seem to have an affinity for her bare skin... they simply adhere tightly to her arms, legs, and body with no sign of letting go. I like how you have the mud clinging and stretching as it lashes onto her legs, holding her fast. Yeah, she certainly is stuck and going nowhere but down.
Also, your shading on this piece is outstanding! Jenna's face, arms, legs, breasts, and body have such wonderful roundness to them, and the sheen on her shorts is very nice!
Thanks for sharing!
Looks like she's not wearing a low-riding skirt as usual!?! That's ok, spats / bike shorts are a good thing to wear too
and offers many more possibilities. It took me a while, until i could handle it. This image was sort of a trial run. ^^
Also the paint selection eyedropper has two modes, "pick color" and "pick color from layer."
I now almost exclusively use the 2nd mode. It return the actual color you painted with on THAT LAYER and ignores colors on layers above.