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    So I'm sitting around, wanting to draw something but not specifically work on my art project, when I just decided to draw my character from PSO2 again. This time with a reference and, you know, some reliable technique. I am sure you agree this one is far better
    In case you forgot (I don't mind if you did!) here's the original from 10 months ago. http://serrabritt.deviantart.com/…/Melonia-drawing-595715132
    Art and character idea belongs to me.

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    Hey Serra,
    I think these are great, really great. Hopefully some day I'll be able to draw my own avatar!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuan View Post
    Hey Serra,
    I think these are great, really great. Hopefully some day I'll be able to draw my own avatar!
    Thanks! I would say if you want to draw your own avatar, to just keep at it, keep practicing, and eventually you will get to a point where you feel comfortable with the drawings you make. Most important part is to not give up and just DO it!

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    Spoiler:

    Several months ago, I got inspired to draw a webcomic. At the advice of my friend, I have been planning out the story into the future, and also drawing a starter backlog so if I bite off more than I can chew, at least I'll have enough saved up that I can wing it until I get more stabilized.


    So, now, why a webcomic you might ask? Seems this is something I have wanted for a while. When I write short stories, the chapters always some out pretty short. So a webcomic would be better suited to the length. And until about a year ago, I figured that I would have to collaborate with a "real artist" to make this happen, and that didn't feel right so I really didn't look for anyone. Of course, now I know I actually can draw, so that obstacle is out of the way XD


    But again, why a webcomic? It's a lot of work. And to tell the story I have in mind, it will probably take years for such a project. If I'm going to be honest here, I'm good at committing myself to things, but bad at following through. I WANT TO CHANGE THIS. Is this the best way? We'll see. I want to believe it is.


    So as to the webcomic! From my page here you can see a couple people. Rosa, which I introduced a few weeks ago, and a man who has a name but will remain shrouded in mystery for now. Rosa is a detective from Las Vegas and finds her way into another world, with completely different rules of reality. Or are they? Rosa actually doesn't see a difference except for the people of the world being confused by what she sees as normal, everyday occurrences. So what's happening? Will she manage to figure it out? And will she get home?


    Now that you are all excited, I suppose you are wondering when this will happen. I have not been working at it on the speed I was originally hoping. So my prep is only about halfway done. However, if I keep the pace I'd like to do, we are looking at about two months. Maybe faster if enough people show interest? Despite the fact that I am writing this for my benefit, part of that benefit is to share it, because I feel like I have an amazing story to tell. Hopefully, you will all agree :)

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    Good luck, Serra!

    Been hoping to make my own web comic some day!
    I'm making a comic!
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    -coughs-

    I'm not dead. I have, in fact, been posting my webcomic (over 30 pages! Woo!)

    But hey, sometimes I draw other stuff too.

    First would be a drawing for my friend Sephy. I drew her fursona as a thank you for her drawing mine.
    Spoiler:

    And second, a drawing for a craft project group I joined. September theme was zombies!
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    Yay! You posted again in this thread! :D (Last time you update here was on my birthday .-.)

    -seen the recent artwork you posted already-

    Hopefully, you update your web comic pages here too! :D

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    That looks nice!!! I wish I could do the same. Which tool do you use to draw???

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    there is definitely quite an improvement - characters get more of three-dimensional feel.
    "I'm a bad guy! I don't save the day, I don't fly off to the sunset and I don't get the girl! I'm going home."
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    Quote Originally Posted by anna21 View Post
    That looks nice!!! I wish I could do the same. Which tool do you use to draw???
    I use an inexpensive Turcom tablet (pressure sensitive) and Clip Studio Paint for the majority of my artwork nowadays. Thanks for the praise too, I've been slowly improving the more I draw.

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkFalcon View Post
    there is definitely quite an improvement - characters get more of three-dimensional feel.
    I appreciate it. The more I draw, and observe other's art, the better I get myself. I'm quite pleased with it all :)

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    Such cool designs. Is this your first time designing a comic book?

    :D

    I think your art looks good. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitwit View Post
    Such cool designs. Is this your first time designing a comic book?

    :D

    I think your art looks good. lol
    Hey sorry for the super late reply! This is the first time. I had never drawn a comic panel style anything prior to last year. I'm happy to hear that either all my comic reading has been paying off to help figure out layout for mine :)
    And I appreciate that you like my art! I'm still trying to improve ^_^

    And while I'm here, I have some non-comic art for you all~
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    OMG! It's Zelda. :)
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    Happy to hear that you knew who it was without me having to say so :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serra Britt View Post
    Happy to hear that you knew who it was without me having to say so :D
    Yeah, I got scolded by you last night .-.

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    Drew another picture recently. I have some friends on an avatar forum "Kingdom of Knuffel" and I wanted to draw their avatar. This is what I ended up posting.
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    Nice arms. :)

    Looks pretty good.
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    Thanks!

    I actually wish I had made the hands a little bigger. But then again I drew the head extra large in the same style as the avatars there, so that probably contributes to it.

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