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Bakemonogatari Wallpaper: a lost ghost and a vampire

Shaft (Studio), Bakemonogatari, Shinobu Oshino, Mayoi Hachikuji, Vector Art Wallpaper
Shaft (Studio) Studio Bakemonogatari Series Shinobu Oshino Character Mayoi Hachikuji Character Vector Art Source

2560x1440 Wallpaper

Artist Comment

hello there!

this is my third wall submitting it in minitokyo!

this time i used this scan!
i tried to work with the advice of the last comments, so i made sure that it doesn't look empty using PSD cs6.
the vector was made in illustrator cs6
and for the brushes credit to the owner.
thanx to shimazaki-san who gave me some useful advices on walling... thanx buddy^^

well then hope you like it...

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Comments

  1. Valuna Moderator Feb 20, 2015

    Nouuuoo...page broken when I was looking up some stuff to refer back to your wallpaper. So I will keep it a little shorter (excuses for sounding more harsh than usual).

    Lovely concept, composition is great the base is nice too. Lighting is nice. Looks good to me. The vectors are decent, bit...stroke lines will kill you in different type of works and make it look bad. Start using fill lines when that happens. It is a bit more work but it pays off a lot. Other things is consider using gradients in your vector. It makes vectors fabulous.

    I see two elements that go great with grungy style, patterns or textures, but I don't see it in more than that. I miss some texture all over the place. It would make it look better.

    On to the girls. The vector is nice, that is fine but the style you used to put them in the wallpaper has the wrong execution. Dark outer stroke? Please, avoid stroking your characters unless it really fits with the style. The shadow layer is fine, although when you go on about this style, you don't use a shadow like a shadow. You bring character to it by giving it a flat colour that makes the fron pop out a bit more (I personally love doing that, looks great).


    Text; the font should be better...it doesn't fit. Some retro, grungy or plain (fullcaps) font would work much better. Then the text you use as textures is kind of wrong. The idea is nice, but you are better off using a pattern instead. The dark outline doesn't fit at all. I would leave it out or use the same thing as the one suggested for the vector. The glow is unnecessary, somehow gives off a bit neon-thing which is out of place.

    Oh right...the text. I mentioned it in Shimazaki's latest wallpaper aswell. Try to avoid putting text in your wallpaper that contains the name of the series or a character. Choose not to do anything if you have no clue or choose to use the title name and things based on the title.

    That's all, happy walling ~

  2. Monu-chan Moderator Feb 20, 2015

    The vector of the characters are good looking and it suiting, to the background.
    I personally am not a fan of abstract wall but this wall of yours has something so cute that made me fall in love with your fall! :D
    Texts are a bit annoying bit all the way it looks Good! :D

  3. jimmon Feb 20, 2015

    Quote by ValunaNouuuoo...page broken when I was looking up some stuff to refer back to your wallpaper. So I will keep it a little shorter (excuses for sounding more harsh than usual).

    Lovely concept, composition is great the base is nice too. Lighting is nice. Looks good to me. The vectors are decent, bit...stroke lines will kill you in different type of works and make it look bad. Start using fill lines when that happens. It is a bit more work but it pays off a lot. Other things is consider using gradients in your vector. It makes vectors fabulous.

    I see two elements that go great with grungy style, patterns or textures, but I don't see it in more than that. I miss some texture all over the place. It would make it look better.

    On to the girls. The vector is nice, that is fine but the style you used to put them in the wallpaper has the wrong execution. Dark outer stroke? Please, avoid stroking your characters unless it really fits with the style. The shadow layer is fine, although when you go on about this style, you don't use a shadow like a shadow. You bring character to it by giving it a flat colour that makes the fron pop out a bit more (I personally love doing that, looks great).


    Text; the font should be better...it doesn't fit. Some retro, grungy or plain (fullcaps) font would work much better. Then the text you use as textures is kind of wrong. The idea is nice, but you are better off using a pattern instead. The dark outline doesn't fit at all. I would leave it out or use the same thing as the one suggested for the vector. The glow is unnecessary, somehow gives off a bit neon-thing which is out of place.

    Oh right...the text. I mentioned it in Shimazaki's latest wallpaper aswell. Try to avoid putting text in your wallpaper that contains the name of the series or a character. Choose not to do anything if you have no clue or choose to use the title name and things based on the title.

    That's all, happy walling ~


    i was told almost every time i submit on deviantart to use fills rather than strokes in my vectors, but still when i try working that way it is just too hard to get the shape right >.< ... but this time i will give it a good try!

    didn't knew that giving the character an outer stroke would be that bad though.... i'll avoid it next time^^

    anyway, thanks for the advice next one will definitely be better :D

  4. Shimazaki Feb 20, 2015

    Well havent seen strokes in a long time XD
    You improved a lot since your first Wallpaper but you should get rid of the strokes

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