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It's been a long time since I posted!
This time, I drew something like a standing picture (?) of a character!
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Published date : 3 days ago

Updated date : 1 day ago


  • 3 days ago
    Isn't that a wonderful picture?
    When you look at this picture, the eyes and the letters are where the line of sight goes.
    I feel that the information density of the lower 70% part is thin.
    I don't know what to do
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  • 1 day ago
    nice to meet you ^^
    I think it's very cute and the coloring is beautiful ^^
    If it were me, I'd like to add some accessories or nails, but I feel that it's simple, fashionable, and wonderful as it is. (Is this just a matter of taste?) It's pretty rough, but I tried to attach a bag like I'm going out.
    Personally, I think it will look better if you are particular about the placement of people and fonts rather than pictures.
    The quality of the character and the quality of the background didn't match, and it felt a little unbalanced.
    If I were you, I would do it like this, just for reference m(_ _)m
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  • 1 day ago
    Thank you very much for including the image!
    Wow I didn't have that idea.
    thank you!
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  • 1 day ago
    About the painting
    ・The texture of the sweater does not change, so I think it would be better to process it with a distortion tool.
    ・Is there a shadow cast by the hair or a shadow cast by the face?

    About composition
    ・The character itself does not move just by tilting the standing picture, so you don't have to tilt it.
    ・The color of the character and the background are too similar, so it's a good idea to use a color complementary to the character's color for the background.
    "Edit" → "Tonal Correction" → "Reverse Gradation"
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  • 1 day ago
    Awesome...! thank you!
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