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Lickin' Pop by RealmOfQuickPaw Lickin' Pop by RealmOfQuickPaw
A pic from Katsucon 2005! I just remember sitting around doing nothing for the longest time...and then I drew this. Guess I was in a sugar-ie mood ^_^;
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taelmx Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2007
like it! =D Nice lineart...
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RealmOfQuickPaw Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2007
Yay! My first DA comment!!!!!!!!!!!
(...remember....keep composure.....you knew this would happen.........keep it together now..........AHHH!H!!H!)

HERE'S A TREAT FOR YOU!

*hands the awesome visitor a cookie*

Sorry ^_^;.....I got a bit excited.............thanks ^_^
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taelmx Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2007
hehehe, cool...=D

welcome to DA ;D

I like the inking a lot...I have no clue how to do that kinda line art in PS...
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RealmOfQuickPaw Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2007
Actually...I made that with plain ol' pencil and paper...then scanned it...brought the pic into Flash, and used the line tool to vector it.

I like smooooooooooth lines ^_~
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taelmx Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
you should make a tutorial for that. Did you use a tablet?
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RealmOfQuickPaw Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
If I want a more natural look, with different stroke widths, then I use the tablet. However, then I have to use the paint brush in Flash.

The line tool is for more precision...basically you have to click point A...and drag to point B...then grab and move the line to create a curve. For this, you pretty much have to use a mouse ^_^.
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taelmx Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
I see, but how do you taper some of the lines at the end to make it look like a stroke?
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RealmOfQuickPaw Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
Ah, see, here's the trick....Double Up the lines! Lets say...I have 2 lines...I start them off at the same point...but then run them parallel to each other and then fill space inbetween with black (or whatever color I'm using for the outlines). The thicker the outline, the further apart the lines are from each other.

I might not be explaining this right....but, I think you get the idea. ^_^
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