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Zetsuen no Tempest Wallpaper: Zetsuen no Tempest

Ren Saizaki, BONES, Zetsuen no Tempest, Yoshino Takigawa, Mahiro Fuwa Wallpaper
Ren Saizaki Mangaka BONES Studio Zetsuen no Tempest Series Yoshino Takigawa Character Mahiro Fuwa Character

1366x768 Wallpaper

Artist Comment

Scan: http://www.zerochan.net/1267013

I colored this image in many hours! I did this in Photoshop CS6, and the result, unfortunately, the edition was taken in 300 pixel/pol and when I changed in 72 or 100 pixels/pol the image was "serrated" (serrilhada in portuguese, I don't know how in english this named). Well, I open it in Illustrator and I saved in JPG. This is soften but yet I applied blur for soften more the effect "serrated".


I hope this is enjoy you. Or not. Maybe.


And... sorry for my bad english.

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Comments

  1. Valuna Retired Moderator Jan 12, 2014

    I would appreciate it if you would link the original image for credits & comparison.

    With that said..I'm not sure if you just "colored" it. It looks vectored to me since many of your works are. Perhaps you don't know of the term yet. It is a little bit hard to understand what you exactly did, but that's alright. Afterall, you're doing a pretty good job. I'm glad to have you around.

    Your colouring is pretty nice and you even colour the outlines. Be sure to colour those outlines with the same type of darkness/saturation for every colour. I see a lot of inconsistency. For example, the skin and shirt colours are rather bright and light, then you look at the blonde hair and it is really, really dark. You might want to make it lighter so it doesn't make a blunt statement alone. The same goes for the eyes. They are pure black! If you are going to use black eyes/outlines, you're better off using dark outline colours.

    The background is a little bit too simple...You could have done a bit more when it comes to effects/shading.

    One final thing on close-ups; Face close-ups are pretty difficult to do them properly. The composition would have most likely been better if they had a bit more body to show because they are in fluent positions. Usually the perfect type of picture for close-ups are the ones that are a natural standing/sitting pose so that the gestures don't look distracting. Cutting off most of the gestures kills it a bit composition-wise. You have done them perfectly right before, have a look at those previous works and wonder what makes it exactly right.

  2. AiyaHoshiko Jan 12, 2014

    Quote by ValunaI would appreciate it if you would link the original image for credits & comparison.

    With that said..I'm not sure if you just "colored" it. It looks vectored to me since many of your works are. Perhaps you don't know of the term yet. It is a little bit hard to understand what you exactly did, but that's alright. Afterall, you're doing a pretty good job. I'm glad to have you around.

    Your colouring is pretty nice and you even colour the outlines. Be sure to colour those outlines with the same type of darkness/saturation for every colour. I see a lot of inconsistency. For example, the skin and shirt colours are rather bright and light, then you look at the blonde hair and it is really, really dark. You might want to make it lighter so it doesn't make a blunt statement alone. The same goes for the eyes. They are pure black! If you are going to use black eyes/outlines, you're better off using dark outline colours.

    The background is a little bit too simple...You could have done a bit more when it comes to effects/shading.

    One final thing on close-ups; Face close-ups are pretty difficult to do them properly. The composition would have most likely been better if they had a bit more body to show because they are in fluent positions. Usually the perfect type of picture for close-ups are the ones that are a natural standing/sitting pose so that the gestures don't look distracting. Cutting off most of the gestures kills it a bit composition-wise. You have done them perfectly right before, have a look at those previous works and wonder what makes it exactly right.


    Oh! I forget this! Really I forget! Sorry. haha I yet arrange! ^^

    First, thank you for this comment, this is really import for me!

    Yes, this is not a "colored" but, since is the vector, I colored the linearts, so... painting is the term correct?! Well, I used the term "colored" because I think this is correct, well, I think this is painting so... And, yes... I feel that I don't know how term I used for my jobs... Well, I used forms and paths, and very blur. And, I'm new in this, and I don't know how I used the colors, the shadowns and lights... I need practice more, very much! And, well, I did this image in 100 pixels/inch, when I changed for 72 pixels/inch the image was "serrated" (serrilhado in portuguese). What I did? Why this was serrated? :( Well, for dribble this I used the blur, very blur, and the image was this... very blured. D:

    Oh! Thank you for the tips of close-ups! I really need better this! I chose some images that is more simple to me colored, or painting. haha. And I forget the to chose a image whit a good close-up! =/ Oh! Thank you!

    I really your comment always I edit a image. Really, thank you. ^^ I will better!

  3. back07 Jan 15, 2014

    nice wallpaper, thanks for sharing..
    and one thing is bothering me...
    umm.. why Mahiro looks like a girl, He's very beautiful..

    sorry for the comment, i hope you don't get mad at me
    and sorry for my bad english
    >.<

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