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Space Army Chic by Nether83 Space Army Chic by Nether83
She's a chic with a gun. What else can I say. She might find her way into a sci-fi comic I'm working on with my friend, but for now she's just going to stay as a random drawing.

I did this piece of work in 2005 or something. It's one of my first try-outs to colour my ink drawings with photoshop and mouse(yes, I curse the abscence of a tablet). Decided to show both the colorless and colored states of the picture.
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deafmusic Feb 13, 2007  Professional Filmographer
ok... the perspective on her head is a little off particularly the off side eye (to the right looking at her) which should be slightly down lower.... and im not sure about the size difference between the eyeballs..the eyes are the most important ting to get right in a character because its the first place you look. but i like the way you have used different line thicknesses it gives the design more kick...
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I actually spotted the same thing when I flipped the picture horizontally in photoshop. I don't know if it has something to do with the fact that when drawing characters I always start with the eyes.
Anyway, thanks for the critique.
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deafmusic Feb 14, 2007  Professional Filmographer
your welcome....
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ctayyaba Jan 9, 2007
cool...so is it that u make first line drawings on paper and then add effects n color using PS?...would be very much glad if ye reply...
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Yup that's right. I do the linework on paper with pencil and ink first, then scan the picture and the rest is done in photoshop.
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ctayyaba Jan 9, 2007
hmm........thanks for the reply.............
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Sheridan-J Nov 1, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Lovely linework and pose you have given this chick :thumbsup::D The colors are also very nice and fitting. You still need to work on your shading a little though. At the moment, there isnt a particular lightsource, so the tones and highlights seem to be placed just anywhere (especailly around her skin) :)

But I trust that once this girl gets put in a setting in your comic, you wil ace the final coloring :clap: Keep up the awesome work!
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