alright, i cant tell if its a 2 guys or a guy and a girl but that dose not matter its cute
Ahaha, its supposed to be two guys xD;; I am playing on an RO server and there are two male GMs that don't come along -at all- so suddenly everyone started shipping them. This pic was my contibution to the motion.
Traditionally done with comic markers is a nice touch. How do you get it so that the markers done look streaky though? Is that just the way copies are? I used prismacolor markers and when I color large areas they seem to streak on me which I think ends up ruining my piece. Any advice?
It's hard and needs a lot of practice I guess.... At first my copic colors looked 'streaky' as well, but it depends on a few things:
-The paper you are using. Thicker paper with smooth surfaces tend to look less streaky, but you got to watch out, they might bleed more than thinner paper.
-always work while the 'color is still wet'. Don't know about Prisma-Colors, but copics are rather wet, there are also the blenders... so if I need to color a larger area, I use the blender over the colors again and again to ensure the surface remains moist while I work... that helps against the streaky look as well.
Maybe this helps you some: http://deamond89.deviantart.com/art/Copic-Tutorial-Making-of-Sea-Serpent-303470690
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