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Well, I see that many of the artist on this site are extremely gifted at coloring. I was just wondering if someone could color a picture of mine for me? I would like it to look like it came out of an anime. I don't want the whole 3D-style feel, I can do that myself. What I'm not good at is the anime-style coloring :P
This picture is here:
- Blonde hair.
- changing his eyebrows to blonde would be nice.
- vibrant blue eyes.
- tanned skin. not too tan. just dont make him pale is all.
- white t.
- the Z is platinum. a glare effect would be nice.
- Adidas headband. logo not drawn in.
- his right ear looks weird. this is because there is an earring there, it just didn't come out right. covering it up with a round silver(platinum) earring would be nice :P
I would recommend you to post it in a manga part of the forum cos this part of the forum is more for the other classical 3D style not manga.
Last edited by Tsukisama; January 11, 2010 at 06:38 PM.
If you think so, its just that most drawings that i have seen here were traditional or westernized comic styles according to:
Artists' Studio Here you can post any of your art that isn't manga-related!!
So i thought that there would be a bigger probability to find some manga artist in the manga section especialy when he needs only a colloring.
I agree with you that the description can be a bit ambiguous and misleading in this case. Since I have explained the intended spirit of the section to you, perhaps you could suggest a better tagline description for this section. It would be really helpful, as I am not coming up with anything better at the moment and fresh ideas are always welcome.
We'll take that into consideration for when we next do some remodeling. The name of the section, "Artists' Studio," really doesn't need to be changed though, as that does not really cause any confusion on the purpose of the section, only the description.