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Ren's geisha fantasy by Naralim Ren's geisha fantasy by Naralim
I have seen so very many nifty picts of chicks in kimono's so I figured I give it a go, this Ren my favoritist model, she's got a real thing for all things japanese I cannot guarantee I wont putter with it more but I figured I'd post it anyway
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MelayaRiaGrissom Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2009
Really good work. I love it:)
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JRock-Prophet Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2006
You know... these lines look kind of choppy... could it be that you drew this with a TABLET? Or some other kind of direct input drawing? Duuuude, I could never do that. I'm stricktly a paper girl when it comes to outlines.

Except for my anime things sometimes but that's totally different and I have to be in the zoooone and I don't class that as drawing anyway...
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Naralim Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I draw with a mouse. I dont have one of thetablets. I have been looking for a way to smooth out my lines, every other digital artists seems to be ale to get suh smooth lines I'll figure it out hopefully. Any body with any tips :yoda: :)
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JRock-Prophet Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2006
Well, the ones who draw and get smooth lines are the ones who have tablets. I have a tablet but I can't get smooth lines - they turn out wibbly. I've accepted that I can only draw on paper and I like it that way. I like my pictures in physical form that I can come accross later and have memories of drawing it.
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Naralim Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah I guess your right. But I have little ones, and with a very rambunctiouse and above all destructive three year old I tend to lose sketch books quickly I had a cheep tablet but I lost the pen, admitedly my lines were just as choppy as with the mouse though
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JRock-Prophet Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2006
Well, hide your drawings far away and high up. ;p
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Naralim Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Does not work, kids have corespondance magic, and teleport skills that would make a 15 lvl wizard want to cry (sorry my inner geek showing) my son somehjow managed to get one of his brocken toys from the top of the refrigerator, I can't even get stuff off of the top of the fridge :)
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JRock-Prophet Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2006
Well, it involves climbing. Kids are good at climbing because they can't reach. I still climb to this day because I'm still short. I'm the damn senior member in my martial arts class but I'm the shortest non-kid there. Even a lot of the kids are taller than me -.-

My dad hides his cakes and biscuits on top of the high cupboards and I can't reach them so I have to climb. Often I use a ladle to help scoop the stuff towards me. Either way, my point isn't putting stuff up high - that's not hiding - you should properly put it away.. Maybe even somewhere with a lock. I have a nice drawer with a lock on just for such purposes - I asked for it after one of mum's friends kept coming over along with her very annoying 7 year old who had no courtesy and wouldn't stay out of my room even when I asked her to. She broke one of my favourite toys and later had the nerve to ask for some of mine to keep forever! What cheek!
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Naralim Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, your right hiding would probably work well, a little too well I have a tendancy to hide things so I wont lose them and then not remember where the hell I put em' what can I say my children outsmart on a moment to moment basis I'm driveing my husband crazy thats what he gets for whatching me type HAHHAHAhHAhahahah :tux:
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