In more intelligent news, I love the combination of traditional shading and photoshop shading, it works really well and gives a great feel and texture I tried to do that with the Cocktail piece in my gallery and no one liked it XD So well done to you!
Oooh lucky thing, I always wanted to go, but when I heard that they cordon off the stones with rope it annoyed me *frowns deeply*
Aww thanks, honestly it wasn't traditional at all, it was all done in photoshop, the lines were one of those "wet media" brushes set to really thin I don't think I saw that picture of yours, I'll have to go check it out!
You should see if you can go at Solstice (21st June), they open it then an you can get right up into the circle I went for my birthday and it was an AMAZING atmosphere, everyone was just so friendly and happy to be there, it wasn't even that cold
That's even cooler! I meant the cross-hatching style of shading really, I've always seen that as more traditional, but it's even cooler than you did even that in photoshop
Yeah but it's always packed at around that time and I have a thing against crowds, they make me aggravated.
Oooh oh yeah I guess it is i never thought of it that way to be honest, I hardly ever shade like that, I'm more of a scribbly shader all the traditionalists would be screaming at my disregard to cross-hatch shading