New Caracter outlining (Part 2)


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Hey Guy's
this is part two for my new caracter i hope you can see the hair color because i can't get it beter on the camera :/ it's light blue. i hope you guy's like it ^_^


Yeah, we see the hair color! It it looks nice on him/her!
I can still make out the nuances - the hair is shinier in the middle and close to the top!

Hmm... I think maybe their eyes could be... yellow - blue and yellow go nice together :)

Good luck on the rest of the face! Take your time, N! :D

(and this guy below me is a pervert not used to seeing pencil drawings by someone who draws because they *like* it, not because they have to satisfy a perverted audience!)

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NyanaCreation responds:

pfff atleast you can see it a bit. it looks more blue in real life so that's a bit dissapointing.

and they eyes will probebly be green ;) (but i'll keep yellow in mind)

thank you ^_^

(and again thanks i don't pay attention to comments alot that give useless things and just nag on somthing that is wrong but don't say what i can do about it. but yah i like it and if i can make people happy with my drawing that is the best i can get and i love to do it so that's awesome and even more awesome is that i can share it with people who enjoy looking at it ^_^ )

I understand that this work is anime influenced (外人(^^;;) but look at those eyes.
Their not even proportional.
But over all I'd just say meh.

NyanaCreation responds:

i didn' want to make the eyes proportional and made it on perpuse that way and thought it was kind of cute. but yah most of my work is anime based but for the eyes i did my thing.
and meh isn't really helping if somthing is wrong explain what and how i can improve that next time okay ^_^

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4.00 / 5.00

Jul 3, 2017
8:26 AM EDT
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