Started by C-Chan, August 13, 2006, 08:11:07 PM
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Quote from: "SleepyD"Jeff likes. ;010 Jeff also agrees with the skirt thing. Boots look nice too. Makes her look... professional? ^^; Jeff notices that the ">c" symbol has been adapted. Jeff likes that too. ;010 Question: Should the hair be tied or just be thread-y? Jeff thinks this looks better.Overall, if you haven't figured it out already, Jeff approves. ;010 Jeff suggests combining features of real-life military uniforms with the star trek one to fill in details and to avoid copyright infringement.Jeff still doesn't know much about inkscape and would like to know as well. Jeff also realizes he is speaking in third-person and doesn't really know why or care.Good day.
Quoteand finally, here's it, my OS/2 Version (Pre inking/coloring). Will make a shadowed version later, for reference.
QuoteGreat job! I like it! It appears that Warp-tan is catching on! But for some reason, I never quite got Star Trek. Maybe it's the fact that other things are distracting me. Or the fact that George Takei is gay. Either way, I never really liked it...
QuoteAnd one last thing: this is inkscaped. Vectorized at monochrome, 20 layers. Anyone knows If there's any way to erase the white areas and just leave the black lines? (A.K.A: Transparent) that'd save a lot of time when inking (workpaths, stroke path, rinse and repeat...)
QuoteJeff still doesn't know much about inkscape and would like to know as well.
QuoteDarknight_88 would still like to know If there's a way to make this drawing transparent, because he's lazy, and he will have to start inking this tomorrow. ...I will try to conduct a test now to try the vectoring power of Inkscape with color pics. Maybe I can save a lot of work that way and make it more interesting. We'll see-
QuoteSpeaking of which, I have to update the list with all of Aurora's OS-tans.... -v-