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First digital drawing using photoshop, so i wanted to do something different. It's also super confusing to draw using Photoshop when you compare it to the simplistic Sketchbook Pro. Fan art of Michiru from Saekano! Enjoy!
Did this one a few days ago. Had a hard time getting the perspective right, but it came out nice! Just for the extra info, this was drawn from a separate manga panel i liked the look of. Thanks for viewing!
I figured I'd write a journal entry just to see what it's like. Honestly all i can talk about is all of the art I've drawn, but just haven't finished. I'm currently going between three drawings, one Original character(which came outta nowhere) as well as another HunterxHunter drawing and a Naruto drawing. I'm trying to overcome this worry inside me that prevent me from finishing, that being the colouring. I end up leaving drawings because i don't want to ruin them by colouring them badly, but i know the only way to improve is to keep doing this. I suppose i just don't ahve faith that i can consistently draw good drawings, so i keep the ones that are good close, a little too close frankly. Anywho, thanks for reading this, to those who have. Stay tuned for more art in the future!