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chromacolour : Rosa


Rosa from Pokemon

Chromacolour on 100g sketchbook paper 

if you have any question, feel free to ask :)

Image details
Image size
1359x1006px 1.22 MB
iPhone 5s
Shutter Speed
1/100 second
Focal Length
4 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Dec 2, 2016, 2:29:10 PM
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Z13883619412's avatar
It must have spent a lot of time.As a high school student,I don't think if I can draw such an amazing art!
ChaiLatteProductions's avatar
I really love how you draw hair!
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sketchaloc's avatar
Woow its so amaziing! 0w0
DAYLIO's avatar
JHDKJGJSDFHGHSDFKGHKSHDFKHGKHSDKHGFJHGSHDFH WHOAAAAA SO CUTEEEEEEEEE :iconomgsocuteplz::iconomgsocuteplz::iconomgsocuteplz::iconomgsocuteplz::iconomgsocuteplz::iconomgsocuteplz::iconomgsocuteplz::iconomgsocuteplz:
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bezzalair's avatar
So prettyyyy! >w<
I'm not familiar with the medium you said you used, but the results look pretty similar to your watercoloring. So nice! *__*
emperpep's avatar
Thank you , chromacolour is like matte acrylic [waterproof once dry], but feel somewhat smoother than normal acrylic :)
bezzalair's avatar
That actually sounds interesting! I have to look them up now and see how much they'd cost! *__*
Thanks Pep! :heart:
AkemiShikima's avatar
I have questions actually:

Is chromacolour like watercolors? 

And if you know, what's the difference between colored pencils and polychromos?

Thanks! :)
emperpep's avatar
chromacolour is more like matte opaque acrylic+gouache , also waterproof once dry
and polychromos is artist grade colored pencil, they are oil based, lightfast, and have good color saturation compared to student grade colored pencil.
yandere-Maddie-chan's avatar
What anime is this from?
LightLuna14's avatar
no is a anime xD
it's pokemon!!!
yandere-Maddie-chan's avatar
Oh wow! Thanks for telling me!!!!
DeadCobra's avatar
She is very pretty
JADKiwi's avatar
Amazing as always :D
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