It's "hello," sir. (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 06/14/17 | Reply
@Keba Si Rota:
Thank you! I work on FireAlpaca, so I set my line correction to 7 and the brush size usually depends on the detail and size of the piece. If I want to incorporate more detail I usually go smaller, and if a piece tends to be more simple I'll make the lines bigger. I tend to start out by making line strokes on the picture before zooming in or out to get a feel for what it will look like at normal viewing distance. I make crisp lines by drawing over my pencil work until I get a line that best fits the original picture (not a good time saving method, but I'm too impatient with the line tool).
I probably will color this in the future... when, I'm not sure.
Thank you for the feedback you've been giving me!
Don't Forget 3 Oct (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 06/14/17 | Reply
I watched a thing on YouTube where an artist critiqued another artist's work. It made me think about eyes and where characters are looking. Coming back to your piece, I think directions that the characters are looking make sense. The little sister is looking up and the girl on the right is looking at the bird. I'm not 100% certain what the girl in the middle is looking at-- either the bird or the girl on the right.
The fact that this isn't colored brings a lot of attention to your line art. I can't get over how smooth and clean it is. How wide are your brushes and what DPI did you set this at? I'm asking because I'd like to improve my own lineart.
Also, are you planning on coloring this?
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