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Fairy Tail Wallpaper: An Eternal Mystery.

Hiro Mashima, Satelight, Fairy Tail, Hades (Fairy Tail), Mavis Vermillion Wallpaper
Hiro Mashima Mangaka Satelight Studio Fairy Tail Series Hades (Fairy Tail) Character Mavis Vermillion Character

1366x768 Wallpaper

Artist Comment

"Do faeries have tails? In fact, do faeries even exist?" ~ Mavis.
Here's a wallpaper of Mavis, Zera, Zeref, Warrod, Precht, and Yury from Fairy Tail Zero. :D I made this to commemorate the anime adaption of it starting Saturday (WOOOHOO! o((*^▽^*))o), and 'cause I still need to replace more of my Christmas wallpapers. ^^;;

Credits: http://mangastream.com/, http://obsidiandawn.com/, http://kabocha.deviantart.com/, http://Evey-V.deviantart.com/, http://WanderingSoul-Stox.deviantart.com/, and http://www.dafont.com/.

(Also up on dA I might just exclusively put 'em up there 'cause another one of my wallpapers got taken down here [because of the darn scratches texture]. >.<)

Feel free to use, but please don't claim as your own~

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Comments

  1. shikigin 49wk 3d ago

    Cool? Can I ask you how to do it?

  2. princessLINDA 49wk 0d ago

    Quote by shikiginCool? Can I ask you how to do it?


    Thank you! :D Uhmm... I don't quite remember the exaaact steps I took to make it, so I'll just give you a broad overview of what I probably did. >.>

    1. First, I got the scan of Mavis, cut her out, resized/moved her to my liking, then used "outer glow" on her for the foreground. Taking the same Mavis cut-out, but not scaled down as much, I used "gaussian blur" on her, set her on "luminosity," and changed the opacity to something lower for the background.
    2. As for the manga caps, I got a bunch of different coloured circles, layered the caps over 'em, then selected the circles, and copy/pasted the manga-cap layers to get them to be circular, too. Afterwards, I set the manga layers to "multiply," then rasterized the circles, and blended all of that into the background with the eraser tool set a lower opacity/hardness level. Alternatively, you can use the circle selection tool, increase the feathering level, then copy/paste the manga caps. In the layers menu, you can right-click the layer icon, click "select pixels," create a new layer behind your manga cap layer (which is still set to "mulitply"), then dump whatever colour you want into that.
    3. Once that was all done, I put some lace brushes behind Mavis (and probably set them to "overlay"), text, and a hell of a lot of textures over the entire picture (all of which are listed under credits). Oh, I also used a bunch of adjustment layers (the only ones I really use are "hue/saturation," "brightness/contrast," "curves," and "colour balance")! :)

    I hope that was helpful, and not incredibly confusing for you. ^^;

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