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Undertale Fanart 2: Mettablook by Jellyfish-Magician Undertale Fanart 2: Mettablook by Jellyfish-Magician
Made this because: 
1: I really like this ship. Like, mettablook and papyton are my two main ships at the moment
2: I wanted to sell this design on my redbubble. I have since found out that tobyfox does not want fanart of his characters sold though, so that option is off of the table. 
I still really like this piece though 

galaxy photos were not mine, I google searched them. So no credit can be taken for those 

mettaton, napstablook (c) tobyfox

a modified version is up for sale on my redbubble: www.redbubble.com/people/justa…
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otibarom Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You should do this design with other characters to sell on your redbubble!
I think it would sell nicely c:
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Jellyfish-Magician Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
I actually did try to do this design with generic looking happy and sad ghosts, and it is currently up on my redbubble
It didn't sell as well as I was hoping for, but it's fine :shrug: 
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12LE5 Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2016  Student General Artist
This looks really great! Which program did you use to make it?
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Jellyfish-Magician Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
paint.NET. It's the only program I have ^^;
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12LE5 Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2016  Student General Artist
ahh, you also have programs like Fire alpaca and Paint Tool Sai. Don't know if you tried them or not.

Do you use a tablet to digitally draw?
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Jellyfish-Magician Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
I used paint tool sai for a short time when I had the free trial. This is the first that I have heard of fire alpaca. 

I have a tablet for when I digitally draw, but it's not the world's best, since I tend to stick to traditional art more often 
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12LE5 Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2016  Student General Artist
ahh, I actually have an english paint tool sai that's portable, so it can be put on a USB or something, it never ended for me.

Fire alpaca is a little bit like Photoshop. or in your case, Paint.NET but with MORE options if I remember correctly

I can understand, paper sometimes feels better; I actually have a few tablets, two portable ones, just in case one breaks, and a big one that has a screen on it, so I can see what I draw, which is so fucking great for detailed parts...
but which kind of tablet do you use? Trust? Wacom? Medion?
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Jellyfish-Magician Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
I'll look into fire alpaca. 

I have a wacom and some off-brand one. I take the off-brand one with me to college and leave the wacom at home though, just to play it safe in case anything happens 
I was actually looking into the ones with the screens, but I want to get better with digital art before spending that kind of money
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12LE5 Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2016  Student General Artist
haha, okay. I think I had a link somewhere... Ah here:  firealpaca.com/
here's a master post with more options tho:
jyami.tumblr.com/post/32069786…

ah yeah, they're REALLY expensive, especially the Wacom ones.. the cheapest they can get is around 400, and that's if you take a show room model, sometimes wacom tends to put the tablets they used for demonstrations or conventions up for sale, but with a massive discount!
I got my Cintique thanks to my cousin.
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Jellyfish-Magician Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
oh my gosh, thank you! :D

I figured they would be, seeing how every time you see animators at work, they're using one 
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