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Jun 11, 2017 | 9:12 PM EDT
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afroenigma
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Author Comments

(10/06/2017)

“Complete Design this time!(Yay!)”

Finally finished the design of an OC I was working on and off! :) Now to leave this endeavour to rest for a bit and draw other things for now til I come back and draw her some more again :D

1.Dunno why I went with the whole bunny design originally. Just sort of gave her some one day and they kind of stuck (Also adorbs :P)

2.Went and gave her Chloe CLover as a name. Mostly cos it rolled off the tongue and I liked it, but then it became perfect when I gave her ribbon 3 leaves without thinking (that and the whole rabbit thing).

3.Was thinking about scrapping the whole pic, but then realised I only thought that due to some bad colour choices (Overlay fixing everything!! XD).

4.Also recently found brush+blur filter to be a much more simpler and effective method for air shading in general. Couldn’t really stand how technical my original method was becoming (Basically was lassoing every little piece in a very time consuming manner. It worked, but was easily the most boring part of the process).

5. Was gonna add a character description, but figure I’d end up changing a bunch of things in the time that it takes to make anything resembling a story so none for now.

6.I always seem to come back to overlay when all else fails. Typically I try to avoid it thinking I need something more dark for shading, but then am easily proven wrong when it decides to bring me back from the brink of unsatisfaction.

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