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Do over! My first ever drawing revisited.

Do over!  My first ever drawing  revisited.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 10, '10, 8:05 pm 
As the title implies, this is a redo of my first ever drawing, nevermind PS fanart, of Rika.

Sadly I also decided to try out some new paper and wasn't so cheery with the end result, getting a waxy finish with my colours and pencil lines that smudged a lot during the process of drawing, both showing up in the scan something awful, leaving me to take a photo instead and up the contrast etc until it looked as close to the original as possible. I just couldn't seem to get a solid colour with anything and was shocked when I compared it to my last pieces and saw the difference. If you want my opinion, stay away from bristol board. ><

Anyway, while the paper choice left me less than pleased with the result, particularly the scanned version (trust me, the drawing itself looks a lot better) the result, especially in comparison to the drawing below is fantastic. :D And I'll be sticking to my cartridge paper as of now, but I'll be doing another drawing soon to make up for this one. :p

Comments and feedback welcome as always. Just not the olde one down here. DeviantArt users can critique this one on http://xander312.deviantart.com/my page.[/url]

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 10, '10, 8:12 pm 
Wow. I can definitely see a huge difference from your first one. Great job Xander, you've come a long way in such a short time.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 10, '10, 8:14 pm 
That's pretty gorgeous. I was looking at some of your earlier stuff the other day and yes, you have progressed a lot.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 10, '10, 10:18 pm 
:up: Most definitely a big improvement :)


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 10, '10, 11:14 pm 
Yep, I can see the difference also. Great job! I like the background too.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 11, '10, 7:46 am 
Wow, this really shows us how much you've improved. It's a shame about the paper not turning out so well. I can just imagine how more much your improvements might have shined through without the trouble from that. Of course, they show pretty well even with that. :)


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