a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
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a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
07/26/2003 03:00 PM EST
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RE: Fan Art: a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
07/26/2003 09:49 PM EST
Well, here Your Score:
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    RE: Fan Art: a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
    07/26/2003 10:14 PM EST
    Wow, this is really good. I thought you coloring it might damage the original image but it did not at all. All characters have been colored very well, and are pretty well shaded too. I do like the look you gave your smoke, he looks pretty cool. Whatever brand of pencils you are using now seems to work quite well, good details on all of the characters.
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    RE: Fan Art: a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
    07/26/2003 10:21 PM EST
    yah i spent the past 2 days on it, almost 24 seven lol, and there prismacolor,incase u wanted to know
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    RE: Fan Art: a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
    07/27/2003 12:18 AM EST
    Ok... It looks pretty good... Sand... This is your first full one done in Prisma right? GOOD JOB I like it better than the black and white..

    I'm pretty sure you said you just got them so here's a few tips... Prisma is SO cool for blending... There’s these things called blending pencils BUY ONE It becomes very useful in removing the “grainy” type of look that color pencils will leave paper, makes everything really nice and smooth Shadowing is really helped by those

    Use some elbow grease... For example, Sub needs to be a bit darker... I mean his outfit It looks too transparent; if that was the look that you were going for then use some white and a blending pencil and that will make him look faded but unified without the “grainy” look mentioned above. I’m pretty sure it’s your first time but don’t be afraid to “dig in” to the paper, your art will appreciate it. It will have a bolder and firmer look to it

    Another thing about color pencils... They work really well without led or should I say graphite... I think you said that you would be coloring a copy of the picture so you won't ruin the original one right? Good job on that, but I recommend that you try the same if not a similar drawing without visible pencil lines... VERY VERY IMPORTANT... I'm not saying that you should not use a regular pencil... I'm just saying that (Only if you need to), you should first draw the pic like you did earlier and then take a kneading eraser and erase the whole picture, leaving only guiding outlines of the whole thing so that you can go back and color it... Do the shading with the prisma color and not the regular pencil You WILL get some really nice results... I wouldn't do it to this one, leave it and move on to a different project That way you can appreciate your development of your art... I think I went on too much about that...

    I would recommend trying to draw fruit with your prismas Fruit offers a great chance to develop depth, color, tang ability, and very important, SHADING It may seem stupid but try and draw (in full color) a Red and Delicious apple OMG there are so many different colors in it You’ll enjoy it and it’s good practice

    I hope you find this at least somewhat usefull PM me if you have any questions about the pencils or what I just said

    BTW, incase you haven't noticed I like detail... Paint by numbers were always fun...

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    RE: Fan Art: a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
    07/27/2003 01:07 PM EST
    thanks for the addvice, my mom said she used to use blending pencils so i can get some help on those, and thanks for the support too, it is greatly appreciated.
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    RE: Fan Art: a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
    07/27/2003 05:15 PM EST
    do u think i could use Q-Tips temperarly? because it will take me a while to get back to the art store
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    RE: Fan Art: a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
    07/27/2003 06:36 PM EST
    I wouldn't, usually they are too wide... Maybe if you take the heads off of the tips... You want to have a crisper line... Maybe... Look up blending stumps on the internet... You should be able to figure out how to make them... All it takes is some paper and tape...

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    RE: Fan Art: a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
    07/27/2003 07:18 PM EST
    ok thanx for addvice
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    RE: Fan Art: a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
    07/28/2003 10:06 AM EST
    Nice
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    RE: Fan Art: a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
    07/28/2003 12:14 PM EST
    well, to be honest, i think you overdid things just a bit. the scorpion looks awesome. the sub-zero is great, the baraka and cage are really good too. even the shang tsung is cool. but the kahn looks all messed up in the face and he's the largest character on the page witch kind of ruins the atmosphere.
    i wish i had something cool to say
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    RE: Fan Art: a colored version of my mk 6 drawing
    08/03/2003 03:15 PM EST
    I think it's great Johnny Cage, Scorpion and Kabal all look really good.
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