boardsintermediateLittle Miss spider-eatin' Muffet!
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drawn in 43 min with Lascaux Sketch
Showcase entry!
Sererena (May 26, 2003)
It looks like a badly-executed watercolor! Believe it or not, this is what my watercolors actually look like... blurry, blotchy, scratchy and sketchy! Blah, oh well.
Sererena (May 26, 2003)
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quintessence (edited May 26, 2003)
You kick all ass. O_O Love the hair.
marcello (edited May 26, 2003)
very nice
rosalyn (edited May 26, 2003)
This is beautiful. the hair and everything looks wonderful. How do you do it? I give it an A++!!! 8D
SuzieSuze (edited May 26, 2003)
ohhh very beautiful!! wow
Turtlebuster (edited May 26, 2003)
*holds a ring and drops to one knee*
furyofroy (edited May 26, 2003)
Wowww!! That's a really unique texture-y...thingy...that you did. SO COOL!! I loves it.
coffeejelly (edited May 26, 2003)
that is awesome :')
your pictures always have such an interesting texture
method3 (edited May 26, 2003)
that style of texturing is definately unique, never seen anything like it here. although it doesn't seem like watercolor to me so much as pastels, have you ever used them before? great colors too, the effect is quite stunning. it's a shame i can't come up with some ridiculous word to describe how good this is, like "Niftitious..."
Sererena (edited May 26, 2003)
Actually, I used to use chalk pastels with my watercolors a lot, but I do watercolors on rough paper, it's called... "aquarelle"? I think? I'm probably wrong... I haven't done watercolors for a while, but I've never been able to do those soft, delicate perfect watercolors... mine are always big and messy.

But anyway, here's how I did the texture:
1. get a 1px solid brush, full opacity and full flow, and turn the spacing to max.
2. Select an off-white color
3. Make a new additive layer at about 40% and put it on top of your drawing.
4. Zoom waaaaaay out, and just make a bunch of horizontal lines on this layer, moving back and forth, down the page.
5. Repeat this with vertical and diagonal lines until you are satisfied with the texture.
6. Clone the layer, and make this new layer Multiply. Put it BELOW the additive layer.
7. Now zoom waaay in, and use the move-layer tool to move the layer up one pixel and right one pixel.
8. Play with the opacity of each layer until you are satisfied. You may have to darken the multiply layer a bit. Do this b grabbing a big burn brush and, using even strokes, softly darken the texture on this layer.
Xodiak (edited May 27, 2003)
amazing drawing madame Sererena! Xod likes the spider very much too! awesome! >:D
Sererena (edited May 27, 2003)
She's gonna eat the spider. Mmmmm deliscious crunchy spider...protein!
marcello (edited May 27, 2003)
Hmm I thought you only moved it one pixel up...
I should add keyboard moving for the move tool, I needed the other day myself.
Sererena (edited May 27, 2003)
Eh... maybe did nly move it one px up.... I guess I wasn't paying attention...
Ah well, looks good anyway. Thanks again for a great progrem!
concannon (edited May 27, 2003)
Wooow. Really like the spider and flower. Brilliant job. *clap clap*
SandyDexHamtaro (edited May 27, 2003)
Oh, my gosh! You rule!
Einz (edited May 27, 2003)
thnx for sharing your knowledge
it looks like its panted on stone
like a chalkpainting like some of them streetartist make
very beautifull
Nanibunny (edited May 28, 2003)
hehe great job! i love the curlyish hair .. .and all the cool texture stuff ^.^
Tesia-chan (edited May 30, 2003)
WOW this is so kick ass! Pretty, very pretty! I have a new obsession and I think it's this picture.
Ari (edited Jun 12, 2003)
Hahahaha! Niftified! Me looooves! I looooove your art! You're a fantastic artist!!!
Carlucci (edited Jun 13, 2003)
That's really awsome! I love her!
Gothic_Otaku (Aug 30, 2003)
It looks like a coloring book! I love it! <3
pura (Sep 7, 2003)
whoahh.. the style... wonderful!
nyao (Sep 24, 2003)
WOW! THE TEXTURING IS AMAZING!!! i luv the flowie hainess... so prettie....
Ixipixie (Oct 11, 2003)
That is great!!!!!! I loooooove it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
ElementalWrath (Dec 9, 2003)
wow.. the texture makes it look sort of pencil-ish, but without such a sharp feeling.
Look (Jan 26, 2004)
It looks like color pencil, so beautiful, and the hair is so pretty. Very beautifully colored. :)
Axil62 (Jan 26, 2004)
Too cool. Nice.
Atsever (Jun 8, 2004)
ohhhh so nice,very nice colorsss
Mipunai (Jul 12, 2004)
OMG, I love her hair!
DaggerQuill (Jul 13, 2004)
it looks really good, but the spider thing is creppy
snow_child (Oct 19, 2004)
wow this is exceptionally artistic! you did a fine job and i like it just the way it is. the spider makes it better, gives a creepiness edge
kinkydoomhobbit (Jan 15, 2005)
ooo, i LOVE the exture. picture is SO cute! go you!
NemesisT (Jan 19, 2005)
Wow this is just lovely ! Such an awesome texture and a really fragile looking girl. Love the spider addition aswell.
HunterKiller_ (Jan 26, 2005)
Whoa how did you get that texture effect. It roxx0rs.
It looks like it was drawn on a napkin and a old english painting at the same time =D
LKC22 (Feb 4, 2005)
wow. it looks like it was drawn in real life not on a computer, great job <3
Austin400 (Feb 13, 2005)
i acualy touched this when i saw it because of the texure...*pokes* how do you do it?
kiala (Jun 25, 2005)
i love it, the texture and everything. really good
dont you erver criticise yourelf again!
KamourianKing (Feb 8, 2006)
you say you dont like the way the wc came out, but it looks good tho... it looks like water color pencil ^^ i wish i can capture that effect
whitebunny1063 (Feb 26, 2006)
I liked her.:)
NOVEMBER93 (Jun 30, 2006)
this looks very nice. congradulations on the showcase
beth92093 (Oct 17, 2006)
wow this is realy good great job!!!!!!!!!!!!
ErikaEnvy (Aug 8, 2008)
wow! this is amazing!
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