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Sword Art Online Wallpaper: SAO Wallpaper - Asuna - 01

Shingo Adachi, Abec, A-1 Pictures, Sword Art Online, Asuna Yuuki Wallpaper
Shingo Adachi Mangaka Abec Mangaka A-1 Pictures Studio Sword Art Online Series,Visual Novel Asuna Yuuki Character

1920x1200 Wallpaper

Artist Comment

Fan Wallpaper

Anime: Sword Art Online
Photoshop CS

I must say this series is just amazing and is in my top 10 favorite light novel. Through I can't read japanese I have read the Spanish fan translations.

Background Image: konachan | Mizuki Makoto
SAO Original Author: Reki Kawahara
(C) Abec | Shingo Adachi | Tamako Nakamura

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Asuna se merecĂ­a un Wallpaper, esta serie me fascina.

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Comments

  1. Valuna Moderator Apr 07, 2014

    That's a pretty nice attempt for your first wallpaper. Representing characters like that is really nostalgic to me as I used to do the same thing..but in signatures/tags. I hope I don't have too much critics on you for things you could improve and scare you. No, no, no, that is not my intend ^^;

    Just what are those weird horizontal lines I see all over the place? I hope you didn't do that on purpose since they kind of ruin it as is. Please fix it, it really doesn't fit in. If you want to change the overal lighting, play around with white/black + gradient tool + occupacity + blend modes. It can do wonders to your piece..just...no more lines like that unless its very purposely done to make the piece better.

    The background, although empty sets a warm mood which fits really nice with the background picture itself. The dots make it more "firey" and give off more warmth. For that reason, I am not sure if it was a good idea to use 2 Asuna's. Don't do it to fill up the blank space which you might not be able to fill. You can always make it more "flashy" on one part to the point that it is no longer needed to fill up the blank space (see tag:minimalism).

    Frontal image: Taking a good look at your extraction of the render. I see quite a lot of white on the edges (easy to spot on parts that are sharp/pointy. Surely, the glow covers it up quite a bit (smart move) but it wasn't able to fool me. When you extract an image, try using the pen tool or polygonal lasso tool to get rid of the edges. Layer Masking also works a lot as a back-up. Still got some white edges? Use a 1px inner stroke with the same black colour of the actual outlines to cover them up. Save file for web as png when done.

    Text: Wallpapers are different than you might think. Most people prefer to have no text at all or a really, really good piece of text that enhances and fits in the overal image. In your case, it is one of those where I get the feeling of "I had to put text in it". No! That's wrong! Just don't do it in that case. The text is important as it can make or break it. This time it's the latter (could make it with practice, try making a wallpaper with text first, then see if it really fits in or go textless in the final, you'll get the hang of it after some time).

    All in all, could you please update your wallpaper with atleast: getting rid of the white lines mainly around the hair of the right Asuna, get rid of the horizontal lines and get rid of the text will already do so much on making it better?

    For more changes, the whole wallpaper would need to be changed (getting rid of one of the Asuna's and make a good background from scratch, which would improve the overal focus on the piece), but it could be much appreciated. Leave me a message if you want to give it a try, I'll guide you to it.

  2. slarkero Apr 07, 2014

    I have to thank you for taking your time and comment, I'll send a PM to ask some advice.

    Spoiler (show)

    Quote by ValunaThat's a pretty nice attempt for your first wallpaper. Representing characters like that is really nostalgic to me as I used to do the same thing..but in signatures/tags. I hope I don't have too much critics on you for things you could improve and scare you. No, no, no, that is not my intend ^^;

    Just what are those weird horizontal lines I see all over the place? I hope you didn't do that on purpose since they kind of ruin it as is. Please fix it, it really doesn't fit in. If you want to change the overal lighting, play around with white/black + gradient tool + occupacity + blend modes. It can do wonders to your piece..just...no more lines like that unless its very purposely done to make the piece better.

    The background, although empty sets a warm mood which fits really nice with the background picture itself. The dots make it more "firey" and give off more warmth. For that reason, I am not sure if it was a good idea to use 2 Asuna's. Don't do it to fill up the blank space which you might not be able to fill. You can always make it more "flashy" on one part to the point that it is no longer needed to fill up the blank space (see tag:minimalism).

    Frontal image: Taking a good look at your extraction of the render. I see quite a lot of white on the edges (easy to spot on parts that are sharp/pointy. Surely, the glow covers it up quite a bit (smart move) but it wasn't able to fool me. When you extract an image, try using the pen tool or polygonal lasso tool to get rid of the edges. Layer Masking also works a lot as a back-up. Still got some white edges? Use a 1px inner stroke with the same black colour of the actual outlines to cover them up. Save file for web as png when done.

    Text: Wallpapers are different than you might think. Most people prefer to have no text at all or a really, really good piece of text that enhances and fits in the overal image. In your case, it is one of those where I get the feeling of "I had to put text in it". No! That's wrong! Just don't do it in that case. The text is important as it can make or break it. This time it's the latter (could make it with practice, try making a wallpaper with text first, then see if it really fits in or go textless in the final, you'll get the hang of it after some time).

    All in all, could you please update your wallpaper with atleast: getting rid of the white lines mainly around the hair of the right Asuna, get rid of the horizontal lines and get rid of the text will already do so much on making it better?

    For more changes, the whole wallpaper would need to be changed (getting rid of one of the Asuna's and make a good background from scratch, which would improve the overal focus on the piece), but it could be much appreciated. Leave me a message if you want to give it a try, I'll guide you to it.

  3. ryu17v May 11, 2014

    I like this wallpaper, it`s nice, maybe you can make a wallpaper with Kazuto, Asuna and Yui

  4. LuluOokami Jul 17, 2014

    A wonderful wall hope to see more.

  5. slarkero Aug 19, 2014

    Quote by ryu17vI like this wallpaper, it`s nice, maybe you can make a wallpaper with Kazuto, Asuna and Yui


    I appreciate it, thanks

    merged: 08-19-2014 ~ 01:51pm

    Quote by LuluOokamiA wonderful wall hope to see more.


    Thanks for the fave! Glad you liked it.

  6. luky777able Mar 21, 2016

    the beauty of asuna, this picture shows her natural face, asuna daisuki... ^-^

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