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Say I Love You Wallpaper: Mei Tachibana

Kanae Hazuki, Say I Love You, Mei Tachibana Wallpaper
Kanae Hazuki Mangaka Say I Love You Series Mei Tachibana Character

1920x1080 Wallpaper

Artist Comment

This is my last wallpaper for today.. I hope you guys will like it
I made it for a friend of mine who requested it, she said she'd like the wallpaper to be mostly white, I'm not sure if I've done a good job in that XD
This anime may not be one of the greatest animes, but I really like it, and I think Mei resembles me in many ways...
But in this image she reminds of the friend who requested it
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Software used: PS CS5
Scan: Minitokyo
Brushes: Obsidian Dawn
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May you all forget your sadness and smile :)
See you soon :)

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Comments

  1. Valuna Moderator Aug 30, 2014

    Could you please put the scan(s)/image(s)you used in your description?

    I quite like the minimalism in this wallpaper. There is a light background on top, which keeps it from being entirely too plain once the actual image stops. The overal effect is nice, gives a sunny feeling after rain started pouring down hard just a minute ago xD

    It's just that the main part is literally in the corner instead of the right half or central on the right half. This is really bothersome when it comes to looking at the supposedly empty part looking awfully empty. If you can somehow move the image on the right a bit more left, extend the right part a bit and maybe add some soft, curlish or summer-like text to fill it up a little more.
    A small technical issue is also that the hand's or actually her skin's outline look erased. If you can somehow work on these things, it is welcome to stay (atleast the composition, since it really is badly composed which results in complete emptiness and may be a reason for deletion).

    Thanks ^^

  2. akiranyo Aug 31, 2014

    I cannot even count now how often you have put into the description, the wall is simple because a friend requested it. Then how about going a bit futher as the friend requested in and made it a bit more complex?
    I'm sure the friend would like it even more then.
    The ground under her feet could be easily extended. Also with some cloning and simple airbrushing you could add green. A fading rainbow and more sunrays. She is missing outlines. A mere 3 lines with line tool could fix it.
    All your submission lacks the most important - effort. Perhaps if you would spend more on your walls instead trying to make one each day on and would start to notice and fix the flaws on them, they wouldn't be removed that often.

  3. pandemonium91 Retired Moderator Aug 31, 2014

    While I'm not normally a fan of pushing the scan into one of the sides and leaving the rest (relatively) blank, I think it works fine here. The left side isn't empty thanks to the bokeh, which also makes for a nice fade-in towards the white side. Not to mention I always appreciate a more simple wallpaper to dump all my icons on.

    The scan's paper texture looks a bit jarring when compared to the softer left side, though; you can tell this wallpaper isn't made of a "complete" scan. If you work with more scans like this, I recommend adding a similar texture to the reconstructed side to balance things out. This wall would've looked very nice with the added texture on the left, in my opinion.

    Lastly, as I mentioned in several PMs, you should link to the images you used. Simply writing "Source: Minitokyo" doesn't cut it, considering MT has literally hundreds of thousands of images.

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