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Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Wallpaper: Hibari

Akira Amano, Artland, Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, Kyoya Hibari, Vector Art Wallpaper
Akira Amano Mangaka Artland Studio Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Series Kyoya Hibari Character Vector Art Source

2560x1600 Wallpaper

Artist Comment

I'm not original with title) mwahaha!)))
I use this awesome scan for vectoring, I really like it) so I must say special thanks to LieLieLie) for sharing it^^
for background I use brushes from DeviantArt and Photoshop-free.ru:
Euphoria brushes
vector lines
vector brushes
bokeh brushes
and I lost the link for japanese brush =__= sorry for this, when I'll find it, I add it^^
other resolutions of this wall on theO^___~

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Comments

  1. Alenas Retired Moderator May 28, 2012

    Love the vector and the stylish, simple background. I prefer the original, red version more because it stands out slightly more than the pink one but they're both still very pretty. Great job and keep it up! :)

  2. Hooyaah May 28, 2012

    The red is so vibrant and vivid and well contrasted by the black. The profile that you selected of Akira is perfect for this composition. Marvelous!

  3. MisaSasekage Moderator May 29, 2012

    The vector is really good, the background is simple, yet very nice. I too like the red version as well, because the colors are more vibrant and stand out more. I also really like the color and detail in Kyoya's hair and eyes. They look good. Really great job~

  4. AnGeeChan May 29, 2012

    Whoa, nice job with the vectoring! Doing the hair must have been troublesome, I like how you did the face too, lights in the eyes and on the lips work good^^ The BG is simple but stylish, looks great too. Overall I like everything here, great job! keep it up^_^

  5. DREAM Jun 07, 2012

    i caught your wall as i have made my current quarterly visit to MT. and yes, i do like very much the ambiance and your graphic design. but i do have a few issues with the typography; although it is admirable in a sense mentioning the brush source and scan origination, the overall essence is compromised by the run-on type here. simply signing the wall with your name or perhaps the artist is well is okay but having the text run unto the perimeter of the circle is detrimental at best. please keep in mind that small details like type always matter. i believe many wallers hold a false sense that typography is inconsequential and everyone rolls with windoze. i am not one of those people.

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