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Sep 25, 2013 | 2:49 PM EDT
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A small gift for a friend of mine. A Copic drawing of the two GMs on the Ragnarok Server we are playing on and despite those two hate the hell out of each other, half of the server ships them... It's just way too much fun bugging them~~



Rated 5 / 5 stars

alright, i cant tell if its a 2 guys or a guy and a girl but that dose not matter its cute

Dx33x responds:

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.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

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?

Dx33x responds:

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: