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Rainbow Sky & Gloom Night

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Nov 6, 2010 | 7:41 AM EDT
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[Rainbow Sky & Gloom Night]
The heroine and the villain...

On the left is Rainbow Sky, and she saves the world from being sad, gloomy and colorless which was caused by Gloom Night on her right, made by Dr. Monochrome. His evil plans is to rid all of the world's colors so that he can manipulate people's emotions easily. But Rainbow Sky saves the day by bringing back all the colors with her Jetstream Rainbow and Happy Hardcore Themed musics! But, Gloom Night's not an easy opponent because she uses inks to eradicate the colors faster and Dark Themed musics.

GO SAVE THE WORLD, RAINBOW SKY!!

I tried my best, but I was in a hurry to create 2 characters that represents my 2 sides in music: The Happy and The Dark.

Colored Pencils on 2 11"x8.5" Printing Papers.

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shifter182shifter182

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

color scheme

i like it alot, the childhood color scheme brings back memory's of drawing when i was a kid. its a cute character too



fallindude64F0Xfallindude64F0X

Rated 5 / 5 stars

kool...

...thats all about that



ChieftxChieftx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very clean and professional looking

interesting concept too. I think the colorful one could use some more of those metallic sheens on her legs and the monochrome guy could use some darker blacks. but other than that I could definitely see these published in like a concept art book or something. also what kind of colored pencils did you use? Prismacolors?


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megawolf77 responds:

Thanks for the comment! And yeah, I guess I should probably add more shades on them. I was aiming for a heavy contrast between the two. I used the Faber-Castell brand of colored pencils.

Thanks, again! I'll keep on practicing.


AceMajaAceMaja

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awsome

just awsome