My, I'm glad you it. Everyone seems to like the colors, so I guess I did well on that. xD It took FOREVER to get the shades of green right though. ;v; The background I just improvised on so that there isn't empty space I'm good at that. Thank you!~
haha well of course! and your coloring technique is always pretty ^+^ it did look hard though and i do the same, but i usually just put one solid color(i dont know why, but oh well XD) haha youre welcome :3
They last fairly long, so they're really worth the money. Plus, when you start mixing colors, you usually don't have to buy separate pencils. You're lucky, I started out with a 48 pencil set, but I got a fancy wood box so I was all like FUCKYEAH
Oh heck yeah. ;v; That'll make me able to use them until I'm in college or something so that I can pay for a new set. :'D
Hey, 48 is still a good number, you get a lot of colors in that set. Plus, you can get used to them before you get even bigger and better sets. That's how it worked out with me and Prisma markers. I had a 24 pack before they all ran dry and I needed a new set. ;v; Then I got 48 markers.
Yeah, I guess so. xD When I first started drawing, I really wanted a "100% manga cutesy" style, so i drew with REALLY big eyes, short bodies, and huge heads. ;v; Now my interests, drawing wise, are changing. I love comics and all, but I don't want to exaggerate things a bit too much. Plus, I think Western Comics are having an influence on my style too; I'm starting to get into a few.
I do hope so, I want my style to be nothing but something that screams "myself" ;v; I'm glad you like it.
My, thank you very much!~ Cute is how I roll...wait, do I roll that way anymore? I'm not even sure. ;v;
The coloring took the least amount of time, actually. I had time on my hands (no homework because of finals! Woo hoo!), so I experimented with my style a little bit. Then, for the inking, I carefully made sure that the lines don't look wonky. I go bonkers if that happens. ;v;