+$Vampires come in different forms and shapes, and so you've got lots of options when learning如何绘制+$their hands to get the desired unnatural look. To give it a bit of context I've painted mine holding a grail cup.
+$It enables vampires to drink their own blood in extremes circumstances when there are no unwilling victims in the vicinity. It's a painful solution, and as such is only used as a last resort. Also note that I've exaggerated the colour of the blood, to create contrast with the blue background.
+$01. Clutching Creepy
+$I begin with my image in Grayscale and then do a quick sketch on a new layer (pictured in green) to help me to understand how the bones are working when holding the grail. I then use the Liquify tool to push the bones back into the hand and make the knuckles pop out more. This makes the hand look creepy.
+$02. Colours of the crypt
+$I add a new layer above my background and draw veins with a blue-ish green colour. I set the layer to Overlay or Multiply mode and erase the parts that I don’t need. I then paint a thin, blue-ish skin through which you can see the veins on a new layer set to Color, before erasing where necessary.
+$03. Loathsome Layering
+$I add a new layer above my background that's set to Color mode. I then use the Radial Gradient tool, setting Color to zero per cent opacity to bring in blue-ish and green tones.
+$I drop my layers and paint in a backlight and the last few details. Finally, I add old, long nails to give the vamp a monstrous look.
话： Remko Troost
+$Born in Amsterdam, Remko is a senior concept artist with several years' experience in the film a video game industries. This article originally appeared inImagineFX问题57。