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Few of my Favorite Things by Zeldeon Few of my Favorite Things by Zeldeon
Second chibi for kai-eru! This time of Oisin!
I love how this one came out! I tried to do lineweighting some and I think it was a little successful? And the background helps too for emphasizing key stuff!

Resolution: 1 prop! (cheese) And also a kinda rainy bg but it doesn't really count

Hope you like it!
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kai-eru Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2017
ohhh nooo piiing i love him so much i'm cryign....I'M SO HAPPY ABOUT THE CHEESE TOO LMAO FUCK it's such a small addition but you!! read his character info and it shows in the rain too aaaah ;-----; thank you so much!<3333
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Zeldeon Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2017  Student General Artist
Aaaaaa I'm so happy to hear that! Reading info was good and it helped me find the little things that gave this a boost :'D thank you and you're welcome!
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Nix-Sil Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2017  Student Digital Artist
Oo this is cute Ping! I like the cheese addition, it pulls his expression and pose in together :>
the line weights look nice too! I'd be happy to offer some pointers too if you want but I don't wanna impose at all, so let me know if you want them!
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Zeldeon Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2017  Student General Artist
Aaaaaa I'm really happy to hear that, that's the effect I was hoping for by adding it and I hope the rest of the year brings back that feeling!
Thanks Nix! I kinda know what I want to do but you're still welcome to give pointers! This time I was kinda lazy and just arranged it from front/thicker to back/thinner since I didn't have a set light source. Probs should've outlined the cheese heavily to pull it forward more. What do you have to say?
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Nix-Sil Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2017  Student Digital Artist
ok!
generally there's no right or wrong way to do it obviously haha, but typically I use line weight to indicate shading or distance - so stuff on the outside or farther away gets heavier lines, stuff closer or with more detail gets thinner lines! and then I add line weight where there would naturally be some shading as well, even if I'm not adding shading to the piece - it gives it that extra pop and lets you get away without shading haha. but you definitely have the right idea!!
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catIike Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Lineweighting is really difficult so you did a pretty good job for not really being that well practiced with it!! <33 Lately I've been using it at high line impact zones but the "right" way to work with it is to figure out your lighting and emphasis shadows. It all depends on how you feel you with it though! :0 No way is technically the right way. Just a little bit of words from your friendly neighborhood lineweighter.
Either way though this looks great aaa!! I love the little background and the expression. Oisin look so cute,,, I love.
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Zeldeon Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2017  Student General Artist
Haha it's something more experienced artists have told me would be good to work on so I decided I'd give it a try in my digital art!  Any advice is appreciated~ Happy to hear you like it, thanks!
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catIike Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's definitely a help in any art! :0 I always suggest just experimenting with it in different ways. Keep it up!!!! You can do it!!!!
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