Art Project

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  1. TAD. Zolo

    TAD. Zolo Well-Known Member

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    Well, I've been in art all school year so far, and, I have yet to submit any of my work from there. All our work stays in school so I don't have time to scan them all. But, luckily, this project I took home to finish and it's our final project. Hopefully when we take everything home this week, I will be able to put up some other work from my class.

    Anyways, I'm pretty happy with how it turned out:
    http://lluffyl.deviantart.com/art/Final-Ar...e-Tag-110474268

    I may end up vectoring it in PS sometime so that it might look nicer.

    Comments on DA are always helpful and appreciated :P.
     
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    very very nice job. :) vector that in Ps it would look so good :)
     
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    Simple and clean, vectoring would be cool...
     
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    Yeah, that will be a weekend project, or a project on my day off.
     
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    Hm?

    What medium did you use? I like this!
     
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    Used colored pencils for all the coloring, other than that outlining was done in fine tip Sharpie Marker.

    I grew kind of fond of colored pencils :P.
     
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    Ah, it looks good. I don't get it... I just know I like it.

    ... Care to explain what it represents?
     
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    Nothing really :P.

    I mean, I'm an anime/manga/japanese freak so, I figured the Japanese characters would look different and unique compared to all the others in the class. The abstract thing in the top was kind of random, but, after a little bit I tried to make smaller bubbles to make it look even more bubbly :P. The wave at the bottom right is there because I really like how it looks. My friend did the rising sun so I figured I'd get another classic Japanese piece of art and try and replicate it a bit myself.
     
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    Ah, it looks good. I don't get it... I just know I like it.

    ... Care to explain what it represents?
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    Nothing really :P.

    I mean, I'm an anime/manga/japanese freak so, I figured the Japanese characters would look different and unique compared to all the others in the class. The abstract thing in the top was kind of random, but, after a little bit I tried to make smaller bubbles to make it look even more bubbly :P. The wave at the bottom right is there because I really like how it looks. My friend did the rising sun so I figured I'd get another classic Japanese piece of art and try and replicate it a bit myself.
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    Then it's cultural inspiration =D
     
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    Nothing really :P.

    I mean, I'm an anime/manga/japanese freak so, I figured the Japanese characters would look different and unique compared to all the others in the class. The abstract thing in the top was kind of random, but, after a little bit I tried to make smaller bubbles to make it look even more bubbly :P. The wave at the bottom right is there because I really like how it looks. My friend did the rising sun so I figured I'd get another classic Japanese piece of art and try and replicate it a bit myself.
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    Then it's cultural inspiration =D
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    Yes, you could say that :P.
     

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