Boris doodles

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Boris doodles

Post by boris » Thu Sep 24, 2009 4:55 pm

Just a doodle i did after playing the game with rin. I'll do more when i play through more routes!
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Re: Rin and Hisao

Post by Duo2Cuo » Thu Sep 24, 2009 6:11 pm

I really like your art style! The colors give it a softer feel than some of the other art *Cough*Climactic*Cough

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Re: Rin and Hisao

Post by Pimmy » Thu Sep 24, 2009 11:09 pm

Oh this is lovely!

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Re: Rin and Hisao

Post by -abscess » Fri Sep 25, 2009 12:52 am

Good stuff. You could do well without adding too many creases on their clothing next time, but this is really good

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Re: Rin and Hisao

Post by boris » Sat Sep 26, 2009 1:53 pm

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abscess: i tried this time, but kept putting more. I'm really not used to drawing in this anime style yet. I'll try harder next time!
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Re: Rin and Hisao

Post by Deimos » Sat Sep 26, 2009 2:48 pm

That looks awfully nice. Much, much softer in colours than the normal anime-inspired art. And capturing this alluring moment on the roof - good choice of motif and even better execution.
Especially the details of the trees in the background are real lookers! Did you draw them and used a program to implement them into the background or did you use preexisting pictures of these typical Japanese trees and tied them into the background?
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Re: Rin and Hisao

Post by -abscess » Sat Sep 26, 2009 4:48 pm

Fucking awesome! I like the desaturated feel of the painting. I personally would like a little bit more shading in a few areas, but that's just me. The only problems I see (I think) is the size of the right arm and the over-abundance of creases on the back of her skirt. But the creases may be considered a style on its own right. Considering there's an artist that goes by the name of Gusu (?), the creases he puts on the clothes are numerous and quite visible (can't find SFW pics to show, though...). If, by any chance, you want to make the creases less visible, you may want to try to make them less sharp, but that's up to you. The majority is really well done, I personally like Shizune's face, soft and with a nose (those lack on today's anime...). Thumbs up.

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Re: Rin and Hisao

Post by Silentcook » Sat Sep 26, 2009 5:40 pm

Ooo. I like. :D Interesting mix of clean line and not-quite-shading there.
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Re: Rin and Hisao

Post by Juno » Sat Sep 26, 2009 6:14 pm

You have a very nice style Boris. Two stumps up.

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Re: Rin and Hisao

Post by boris » Sun Sep 27, 2009 12:04 pm

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Played through kenji's route, i felt bad for him partly because i could relate to his fears and paranoia to some extent. I hope he gets some kind of good end.

abscess: didn't really know what i was doing with the shading, i'll be sure to put some more confidence in the shadows next time!
deimos: i have tree custom brushes, they come in handy extremely often when you want to block in some background elements without putting a lot of effort into them! Same for the fireworks and generic grunge brush for the city lights.
silentcook: <3
Juno: i'm trying really hard to find some sort of style i like, my usual stuff is based on value and shapes, not line, so it's a bit of a challenge!
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Re: Boris doodles

Post by boris » Sun Sep 27, 2009 6:08 pm

And a quickie before i go to bed
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Re: Boris doodles

Post by G3n0c1de » Sun Sep 27, 2009 6:20 pm

These are rather good.
It's a good thing Shizune is deaf, she is the only one who can stand (not) hearing "Wahaha~!" over and over.

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Re: Boris doodles

Post by Deimos » Sun Sep 27, 2009 6:48 pm

I have next to no understanding of art and I am afraid this post will show it.

Your Katawa Shoujo art is very reminiscent of some Eastern European animation I knew from my childhood. Very soft colouring and very soothing in tone. The first two pictures were quite good. The third, the Yuuko and Kenji one, was a little bit off - their heads were fine but I found Kenji's arm to be rather short. (Please do not bombard me with angry correction comments - I am not so sure about how right I am with this.)
The last one of Hanako looks like it was made with a 3D program. Consecutively it's a little bit too sterile although your choice of motif continues to be wonderful.

Your original art appears to me like an oversized Space Pirate from the Metroid Prime series but it is quite good from what I can tell.
From my very limited knowledge about art I'd say you do rather good with total or half-total perspectives than with close-up views.
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Re: Boris doodles

Post by Rutt » Mon Sep 28, 2009 12:48 am

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Re: Boris doodles

Post by Guest » Mon Sep 28, 2009 1:15 am

@Rutt
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You've made me lul, good sir.

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