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cast your soul to the sea by an-jing cast your soul to the sea by an-jing
still life of brriayannnnann and sadnesseses
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idiacanthus Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2012  Student
Aaaah his sads sure are nice to look at ~*^*~ AS IS THAT HAIR, oh man, I know you've been wrestling with it recently but I sure like how it flips out with an ever so slightly curly pouf in the front?? It demands mussing. Also! You've mixed warm and cool tones really nicely on those skin tones!! THOSE REFLECTED LIGHTS, UNF
an-jing Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2012
OOPS LATE REPLY aww kite thanks!! hehe i was pretty pleased with the colors on this one, but still fightin with that hair >:C I'LL GET IT ONE DAY
nessisaurus Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2012
o sophia i love your cool coloured lighting!!! looks so nice and i really love these shapes his skin looks so SMOOTH such a nice texture and ur colours that i could never instinctively come up with ever, omg, and i also really like how you place your lines, like to emphasis things without being flagrantly obnoxious and yeah everything just WOW I LOVE EVERYTHING YOU DRAW SO MUCH, SMALL SQUEAKING NOISES

also dw about hAIR its really hard to get right sometimes but i just recently got the look of one of my ocs down and it literally took me like forever but ITS OK!!! JUST KEEP DRAWING :'''') ps im not just saying that bc i want more bariyan. i swear
an-jing Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2012
AHHH NESSI THANKS omfg youre too kind ahhhh!!!! Q3Q AND YES I WILL CONTINUE TO FIGHT WITH HIS HAIR omfg youre gettin more bariyans whether you like it or not, sorry
Hanna-Pirita Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I like the dripping.... stuff there. Makes a great vertical line in the drawing together with the guys torso. I also really like the way you've coloured his skin. What kind of brush did you use or how did you manage to do that texture?
an-jing Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2012
thanks a lot!! and the brush/texture was just Photoshop CS5's "Chalky" default, with "transfer" checked and opacity/flow both set to pen pressure
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