Artwork : Natsu no Iro

Discussion in 'GBAtemp Art Studio' started by ProjectVirtue, Jul 12, 2007.

Jul 12, 2007

Artwork : Natsu no Iro by ProjectVirtue at 5:07 PM (634 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. ProjectVirtue
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    Newcomer ProjectVirtue Advanced Member

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    http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/59509238/

    Helloo, i haven't posted anything for a while but i hope this makes up for it =p
    I made a sketch a while ago of a face, and i just realllllly liked it. And i had a hard time thinking of a way to incoporate it into a picture but my little sister gave me a suggestion and i made this picture ^^ I came out fairly well i think. I kinda upset that i couldn't blend the top of the waterfall better into the background but i dont think its a very big problem.

    I've always loved black kimonos and i just had to give her one. If you've seen my previous works too, the coloring style is quite different, but i think it came out for the better. Natsu no Iro : Colors of summer =p

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    Colored between Photoshop CS3 and OpenCanvas 4.06e+
    Lineart done in Photoshop
    Character is mine, she has no name yet =(
    Roughly 8 hours time
    Lined paper + 0.5mm mechanical bic

    Please check out the rest of my gallery as well please
     
  2. ZzzZilla

    Member ZzzZilla GBAtemp Regular

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    That's pretty sweet! I especially liked how the colours matched and blended into one another.

    Any reason why you chose to use non-summer colours in this?
     
  3. superrob

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    Pretty nice!
    Look really real.
     
  4. hanman

    Member hanman I'm a pretty lucky guy

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    that's really awesome! maybe you could draw some stones in/around the waterfall to make it blend in better.
     

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