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DRAMAtical Murder Wallpaper: Figment of the Imagination

Honyarara, Nitro+, DRAMAtical Murder, Clear (DRAMAtical Murder), Vector Art Wallpaper
Honyarara Mangaka Nitro+ Studio DRAMAtical Murder Series,Visual Novel Clear (DRAMAtical Murder) Character Vector Art Source

2560x1600 Wallpaper

Artist Comment

Umm hey all of yah!
First of all hi again after so many days i was offline because of some personal life massacre... so so so i saw this wallpaper at the recent scans list and quite found to adore it and thought to make it my next wallpaper frame .... But sadly i had to stop one very precious wallpaper of mine to complete this ....that is when ill upload it later in minitokyo... :3
BASIC INFO
SOFTWARE USED: Photoshop CS4
TIME TAKEN: 1⁄2 month i guess 15 days and i stopped doing it in the 4 months in between
TOTAL LAYERS (without combining group layers):more than 100
SCAN:
DRAMAtical Murder#685836


SCAN DIMENSION: 1071x1500
WALLPAPER DIMENTION: 2560 x 1600
HASSH I COMPLETED IT!
I actually was working in different wallpaper but sadly had to stop doing it because of some personal problem and so on... i then found this wallpaper and i knew that my other wallpaper would take time and i don’t HAD TIME BECAUSE MY TEST ARE GONNA COME SOON so i had to make a wallpaper as soon as soon as possible..
i started with the borders which took me 2 or three days and then the basic color and then this is what i did
i dont really know how to make gif I AM SORRY!

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Comments

  1. Alenas Retired Moderator Dec 06, 2015

    Oh, this is an interesting scene, lol! I love the overall colors and vector work.

    I would only suggest not to blur things so much in the future; some things look way too overblurred, like the guy's clothes and hair. They're blurred so much that the shading barely follows the lineart. Blur tool shouldn't be used to make things look 'soft'; blur is used for depth and perspective mostly. If you want to achieve that 'soft' look, try using gradients and/or vexeling. You can even use the smudge tool to better blend colors.

    Keep it up!

  2. GeorgeDaniels51 Feb 01, 2016

    Drink up! I like this concept

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