A while back, I decided I wanted to learn how to digitally coloring in lineart. It looked like quite a challenge, especially if I really wanted to get technical and add special lighting effects and whatnot. I had just finished PW3, so I really wanted to find some good Godot lineart, and lo and behold, I found some. I immediately began working with THIS tutorial on dA and found it to be quite fun, although very time consuming, considering I was working with a mouse. I eventually put the piece away after about a month, it was nowhere near complete, and abandoned it for a while. Recently, however, I found that our school store carried some small tablets for cheap(ish, $100). I picked one up and decided to give it a spin. It worked quite smoothly, when compared to a mouse. Although I could have finished the piece with just a mouse, I found the tablet to be more efficient. Buying the tablet re-sparked my interest in actually finishing the piece, along with Scubers, who kept nudging me to finish it for his fapping delights. So here it is, a whole 3 months after I started, and stopped, numerous times. Lineart - My Digital Color Rendition - There's a few things I'm unhappy with. For instance, I followed the tutorial when attempting lighting, shadowing, and glow effects, so much that I followed it down to the given opacity examples. I blindly overlooked the fact that not all pieces are the same, and I used an opacity level that was too low for all of the effects. It looked great when I was working on it zoomed in, but when I zoomed out to the original size, the effects were barely noticeable (what a n00b mistake, lol). Next time, I'll have to play around with different levels until I find one that fits the piece just right. Also, the clothing doesn't have and lighting, shadowing, or glow effects at all (save the shoes, which is barely noticeable). This is due to the fact that I was nearing the end and didn't want the clothing to have decent effects, while everything else I worked on earlier is barely noticeable (plus I just wanted to get the damn thing done already). Lastly, just as a note, I wanted to keep the color scheme of the piece relative to the colors that were actually used on Godot in-game. Happy, Scubers, HUH, YOU HAPPY?! NOW GO BEAT YOUR MEAT TO MY DELICIOUS GODOT!!! So here it is, after months of putting it off, my first digital coloring! Overall, I'm quite happy with it, and I'm ready to jump into another lineart piece to try my hand at it again, now that I know to change a few things up. So now, I turn to you, the viewer, for assistance. Give me advice, guide me, CRITIQUE ME!!!