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Crowley- trying out some digital stuff

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After my traditional drawing I wanted to try some digital light effects and a different background colour (on top of the original piece).  After hours and hours of precise work traditionally, I just played around digitally this time. So don't expext the most detailed job, just trying out stuff :-) Learned a lot about the program, so it was fun to do!
The traditional materials: Promarkers, fineliners and gelpens. Digital: Clip Studio Paint.
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ameeblumHobbyist Traditional Artist
Owww you drew Crowley-kun !
I love the way you inked it, that's so perfect ;;w;;♥♥
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Thank you so much! He is my favourite character of Owar No Seraph!
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ameeblumHobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh really? why? ; w;♥♥
I agree he is a super cool character! I love his hairstyle O wO
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Angor-chanHobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow! what good technique you did!
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Thank you! Hug 
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MarthaMukamiHobbyist Traditional Artist
It really paid off.
The picture now looks like it's really glowing.
Spectacular job ^^
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Thank you! The glow is what I was going for [ YURI ON ICE ] Applause. 
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MarthaMukamiHobbyist Traditional Artist
VICTORY!!! Chanyeol V-Sign and Mischievous Wink Victory Dance Revamp 
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Sol-Caninus General Artist
That's the great thing about digital. You can make changes and actually see how things look that way, without damaging the original and without slavishly duplicating works.

I think here there is a definite improvement in helping to focus on the fellow's face.  Of couse, change one thing, it affects another.  If a painting is truly unified, then any change upsets the balance and must be counter-acted by an adjustment somewhere else.  It's a balancing act.  Improve one area, then, suddenly, problems you didn't notice before now become obvious.  It's like pealing an onion.  Things continue to shift until you get to the heart of it. And that's fine, because, at least in the begining, it's what drives us to refine our skills.
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Thank you! Crowly doesn't blend into the background here so much.

I could have worked for hours and would have ended up with a complete digital piece. I had to stop myself and just use it as a practice. Next time I will use it before colouring the traditional piece. It will help with my colourschemes (one of my many weakspots). Working on it!
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Sol-Caninus General Artist
:) :thumbsup:
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