Started by Kami-Tux, February 26, 2007, 06:58:06 pm
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QuoteDevilette is not that underrepresented: http://www.spilth.org/pictures/girls/ceren/http://www.fozzilinymoo.org/events/2001-LWCE-NY/images/0131/bsd-devilettes.jpghttp://wigen.net/data/bsdmascots/
QuoteBy the way, do you prefer that style or my more 2-dimensional one?
QuotePersonally, I like your new shading style, but I understand that it is a bit harder, so it's up to you what you draw! Just keep up the good work! ^o^Besides, I'm in no fit spot to complain, seeing as I haven't contributed anything yet! ^^'
QuoteI like the shading style too. The face is especially well-done and looks 3-dimensional!And uhh... I didn't know that Devilette was that popular! ^^; But I reckon that's the first time I've seen a rendition of FreeBSD-tan based on her though!
Quote*cough cough* bull biscuits *cough cough hack* -v- Sorry, got something in my throat. ^^'
QuoteSo in a way, it's good that someone better versed in these systems is contributing to their creation
Quote from: "C-Chan"Right, what Aurora means is underrepresented in the specific [=Japanese Anime] OS-tan community. In that respect, up until yours, there have only been maybe 3 or 4 FreeBSD-tans drawn at all.
QuoteNow I see what you meant on the other thread. ^__^Any kind of shading improves a drawing -- in her case, it adds a good dramatic atmosphere that goes well with her,... shall we say "devilishness". ^^'I'd go with this one, but pray tell how you did the shading. I'm assuming, say in the case of the face, you duplicated the head, superimposed a 3rd shape outlining the highlighted area, created a Difference of the two, then reduced the transparency of the remaining piece. ^__^
QuoteIt reminds me of when Raffaele-san asked me why Amiga-tan had no reference at all to Amy the Squirrel, the unofficial mascot of AmigaOS. The truth of it is that I had no idea Amy existed -- so I wonder if the previous FreeBSD-tan artists based their designs on Devilette or not. So in a way, it's good that someone better versed in these systems is contributing to their creation.A good OS-tan is 1/3 art, 1/3 personality and 1/3 presentation. ^.^
QuoteC-Chan's right! you seems to know everything about Opensource systems, so it's really good your here!
QuoteNot everything... far from it! I mean, most of the time I only used Linux...
QuoteGuess who that one is :>
QuoteYeah... but this scene, which developped indepedently does also count, that was what I considered funny.
QuoteNew OS-Tan uploaded. This is a DOS-tan? yes, a FreeDOS-tan. The blue hair was supposed to be in the form of the FreeDOS-whale while her dress has its color. She has GNU-horns since she is a GPLed OS. She carries a keyboard and peeks around the corner since she will mainly be found in embedded hardware and emulations.
QuoteShe is almost as shy as MSDOS-tan. She loves eating conventional memory. In contrast to DOS-tan, she is aware of modern inventions like the internet, but not interested. She is member of the DOSSE, but has friendly relations (open feelings, so to say) with the other OpenSource-tans.
Quoteand only for C-Chan, I made a shaded Amiga-tan: http://ostan-collections.net/imeeji/displayimage.php?pos=-4559
QuoteI used the trick you told me about... works good!
QuoteNew FreeDOS-tan: (WARNING: if you are allergic to horrible geekiness stay clear!)