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  1. Steffi1690 Moderator 1d 1h ago

    OH very cool layout! I like the purple with those bubbles! ^^

  2. Blueheart 1wk 2d ago

    Quote by elisadevelon The background looks a bit artificial with the generic lens flare effect and obvious cloud brushes. But that's prolly the only thing bothering me. I must say I love the characters. You did a great job on them. The coloring looks pretty good, so do the proportions, and I absolutely need to congratulate you on the curly hair. Very nicely done overall!

    Thank you so much for your comment! It made my day! :)

  3. YoruAngel866 2wk 5d ago

    Quote by elisadevelon

    Quote by YoruAngel866 i just really, reaaaaaaaally, love that grass :D
    well done!

    Thanks, both for the comment and the fav. :)
    The grass was mostly done with this one nice Grass brush, and some tiny bits just painted by myself.

    hahahaha, still it's great to make it look that way!
    ofc perfect vectoring as always :D

  4. Monu-chan Moderator 3wk 1d ago

    Quote by elisadevelon

    Quote by Monu-chanThankies for fav and comment! :D
    I know about the artifacts, the thing is, in psd file it isn't showing. It only comes or becomes more visible after saving it in jpg format, saved in best quality as well. Tried blurring too it made that part too smooth and lost all the water ripple texture. ;-; Will try some other ways tomorrow.

    Everywhere would be storm of jellyfishes; poor girl will get stung by them xD
    Upload separately as mobile version?

    Well, that's too bad. I wish it was possible to get rid of the artifacts somehow. :(

    Anyway, yeah, it would be a storm, lol. But the girl herself looks like a jellyfish personification so why not? Maybe she's their master or sth.
    Yes, as a separate mobile version.

    Welp, I guess I will get rid of water texture and smooth the shit of out it, it'll be far better than this.

    Those jellyfishes were pain to make, I was bored so I deny to make more xD
    Mobile version done.
    Jumping on creating bishie wall from tomorrow xD

  5. Monu-chan Moderator 3wk 1d ago

    Quote by elisadevelon Nicely vectored and wow, there must have been tons of gradients. You prolly know how much I love (light-dark) contrasts. You did the transparent effect nicely, even on multiple layers. What bothers me tho, is that the water around shows quite some artifacts going from the very dark colors to the lighter ones. This happens to me when I combine too many gradients on top of each other but you could use some motion or radial blur to get rid of them.

    Also, sorry, but still too empty on the sides. xD I really expected the jellyfish to be everywhere. Maybe make a mobile version too?

    Thankies for fav and comment! :D
    I know about the artifacts, the thing is, in psd file it isn't showing. It only comes or becomes more visible after saving it in jpg format, saved in best quality as well. Tried blurring too it made that part too smooth and lost all the water ripple texture. ;-; Will try some other ways tomorrow.

    Everywhere would be storm of jellyfishes; poor girl will get stung by them xD
    Upload separately as mobile version?

  6. Monu-chan Moderator 3wk 3d ago

    Quote by elisadevelon

    Quote by Monu-chan New Layout looks really beautiful! :o

    Thank you but like, no it doesn't. xD I'll prolly scratch it and go back to the Assassins Creed one 'cuz I can't get the coding right.

    Welp I like the colors xD
    I miss AoT theme a lot tho.

  7. Monu-chan Moderator 3wk 5d ago

    New Layout looks really beautiful! :o

  8. pandemonium91 Retired Moderator 5wk 1d ago

    Quote by elisadevelonHahaha, well I almost never read manga so I'm gonna judge it anime-wise only. Is Hue such a manga purist? I never noticed, lol.

    Hey, thanks, Pande. Sometimes it isn't easy but at least I can practice my writing skills. ^^;
    'Phishing'... Soo has anyone done sth similar like him during your blue age?

    Eh we had a small back-and-forth on 2003 vs Brotherhood vs manga; I insulted his taste, he insulted my afro, good times. I'm actually thinking of picking up the FMA manga too, but I've been pretty busy lately and haven't had too much time for manga or anime.

    I don't even know what he meant by "phishing", but he was clearly desperate to have another place to sell his crummy T-shirts. There wasn't much extended drama when I was blue, mostly tag debates that no one but Doki and I cared about, lol. I mean you do have to be a bit off to discuss and analyze cameltoes and T&A.

    Oh and I FINALLY watched Attack on Titan S2 and LOVED the twist. For some reason last-minute powerups don't bother me that much when it comes to that show, lol.

  9. pandemonium91 Retired Moderator 5wk 2d ago

    Quote by elisadevelon Very good! Thanks for the feedback; it's pretty much what I wanted to hear :D I love shiny lights, no matter if they're alchemy lights. I'm in and downloading although I didn't expect 50+ episodes in BOTH seasons. :O This is gonna be a long marathon xD

    They go by SO fast! I really want to know what you think of both of them :D Some say Brotherhood is better than 2003 because it follows the manga more closely but I don't care about that because I'm not a dirty manga purist like Hue they become pretty different beasts about 1/4 on so it's not hard to see them as separate stories. Personally I think they handled things pretty well with 2003 considering the manga was still coming out and the ending wasn't fleshed out (inb4 GoT flashbacks).

    Btw A+ handling of that thread.

  10. shinshinovi 5wk 3d ago

    Quote: Man, please do not create new tags for your original characters. Instead, kindly tag the submissions with "Original" and if the character is an OC, please make 'Original' the primary tag. For more details, please read the tag description. Thanks!

    You're a member since 2005. I'd expect you already have learned this stuff long ago.

    I've been inactive for years ever since I gave up on this so most of the stuff I know's currently on the drain right now. Sorry for that. :\

    Most of the artworks I've been submitting recently are usually done on whatever scrap I have on my hands + extra time. Trust me, I don't even think anymore. I just, draw. No reason. Post, no reason. I had reasons before, but now, no reason at all. The tag part, I believe, is intended to organize. I'm in a chaotic state right now. I'll try not to tag instead, like I used to. Sorry. :|

  11. pandemonium91 Retired Moderator 5wk 6d ago

    Quote by elisadevelonYes, the Marvel cinematic universe. It's a cool idea and I can imagine that comic fans will love it but I guess it could scare some people off. Though you don't really need to watch everything; mostly the movies will still make sense also if you only watch 1-2 but you won't undestand some references.

    Rogue was awesome too. I'd say all the girls had interesting powers. But it was sad Rogue couldn't touch anyone without draining their life energy. :(

    They really are great opportunities to jump into a story without worrying about missing previous events. I read somewhere that this is the reason why comics tend to have big resets every few years or so.

    I would have absolutely watched a show based only around Rogue and Gambit XD They had the best chemistry out of everyone.

    Quote by elisadevelonHey, since you recently watched FMA, I guess you'd recommend it? Is it about alchemy / magic or mainly focused on some psychology?

    I liked both series because they feature both SHINY ALCHEMY LIGHTS (yes I am a little kid) and SERIOUS DRAMA without favoring one in particular. FMA 2003 was more focused on the adventure and thriller aspect, I guess, and had a more solid development of the core cast IMO (the relationship between the Elric brothers wasn't so well developed in Brotherhood, IMO, and there was significantly more focus on Ed than Al). I also felt that FMA 2003 dwelled more on certain ethical aspects, and that gave more weight to the characters' decisions and let you process the moments better.

    FMA 2003: good core cast development, pretty good original story, great humor and use of alchemy, has shit ending if you don't watch the movie
    FMA Brotherhood: more focus on action, less humor, more shounen, solid secondary characters, better ending, avoid the movie like the plague

    I'd recommend both of them tbh, they're different beasts and have their good and bad points. Seeing FMA 2003 first would probably be better, as Brotherhood kind of zooms through the intro (Ed and Al's past) and you can be left feeling a bit confused.

  12. pandemonium91 Retired Moderator 6wk 4d ago

    Quote by elisadevelonOh yes. Why do they compress them tho... -_- Tbh I've also given up regarding reposts. Still, I once found a reddit thread where someone asked to remove my signature from one of my walls and the reply was "I tried to remove the text but it made it blurry and out of place". I felt a strange satisfaction.

    Now that's just stupid, IMO. I can understand mobile walls but desktop ones have tiny signatures that are often covered up by the taskbar anyway.

    Quote by elisadevelonI don't watch anything in 3D. Not interesting for me. Ragnarok was a good pastime. If you've read some reviews, I can confirm it is the funniest Marvel movie so far although the jokes were cliché here and there. But made me grin at least. It's quite fast paced too; one thing happening right after the other and changing locations quite quickly. But I liked that. You see, I don't enjoy sluggish romantic movies with deep emotional analysis. ^^; The Thor movies are prolly the only Marvel/superhero movies I liked so far. Also saw Justice League this week but didn't engage me that much. I guess that compared to Superman, Iron Man or Captain America, Thor isn't such a tedious superhero and honestly, I was always fascinated by elemental powers (I used to watch X-men just because of Storm, too). Moreover, Loki is always worth seeing. I hated him at the beginning but can't get enough of him now.

    I can def relate to not liking romantic subplots, they're often badly done and a waste of screentime. I'll absolutely watch the Thor movies one day...though it's getting kind of intimidating, with Marvel planning so many movies for their crossovers (one article said they already have 12 movies planned!). Fortunately they still aren't as confusing to follow as comics.

    I loved X-Men too! Though Rogue was more my gal than Storm c:

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