Title: I'll Kill You
Features: Heero Yuy
My Comment: This didn't take that
many layers, but that's mostly because there weren't that many colors in it to begin with XD Haha
I started with the eyes... I don't know what it is about them, but that's what I seem to always start with >__<;;
So I did that again lol. The left one turned out nice but...the right one looks a little off. I rechecked though and
realized that it was drawn that way. Which leads me to say that although a lot of my lines look a bit "off"
with size and random corners... yeah majority if not all of that is just from following the scan so closely. I could
have fixed it a bit, but I wanted to be original to the scan and not make it too smooth. Reflects Heero's character this
way...(he isn't a 'smooth' kinda guy).
With most of my vectors, the hair and shirt colors got brighter and sharper compared to the original scan. I tried to
change the hair colors to get a little closer to original but... *shakes head* I just can't leave 'em at that dull color
The shirt...eeeeh I had little choice haha. I was trying out a new method and in order to get the shaded part right, the
colors just had to be a nicer >__>;;
Easiest: Eyes (like always almost
Most Time-Consuming: The hair. I
did it before the "Multiply" thing, so it took time. But because of its vastness and complications (those
sharp turns and twists and stuff aren't there because I'm that bad at vectoring XDD lol) I think it would have taken
just as long.
Favorite: Normally the eyes, but
these aren't that special or anything so I'm likin' the shirt better/more. Color is nice and it turned out nice and just
the way I wanted it ^-^
After looking over some of MapleRose's tutorials again, I finally understood what the "Multiply"
"technique-ish-ness" thing was. This was also my first vector using it =O And unless I did it wrong, this
method I think too LESS time =D However, because of this type of scan I'm not really sure if my lines came out neater or
not, but I liked this method either way. Either way, I'm dedicating this vector to MapleRose because of the tutorials.
If it hadn't been for his/her vectors in the first place, I don't know if I'd ever really understood how to vector and
stuff. I'm not near as good as I want, but I'll keep practicing. Still, thanks a bunch, MapleRose, for those
I hope everyone likes it. Any suggestions would be welcomed too (gotta get those vectoring skills a lil' better hehe).