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- Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:54 pm
- Forum: Tabloids
- Topic: The Good News Thread YAY
- Replies: 482
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I got married on September 16, 2018 to my wonderful hubby. :) My father got to walk me down the aisle, which was something I was always worried would never happen because of his emphysema. He's gone very downhill since then and doesn't have long left. Even though he'll never meet my children, at lea...
- Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:00 pm
- Forum: The Planar Council
- Topic: This is my other self! - Deadline 8/31
- Replies: 18
- Views: 7914
Hey guys! So in the last year and a half, I planned a wedding, got married, went on honeymoon, moved in with my hubby, and have been renovating our space. My attention is a bit all over the place at the moment, now that I'm adjusting to married life with free time, filing for bankruptcy, and coming ...
Subeta's wardrobe system is amazing for that. And since the site has been online since 2006 (and Custom Wearables have been around since 2012), there's soooo many items to choose from. You can only make your avatar public if you own all the items on it, but you can make and save an avatar with any w...
You do a great job creating individual style within an overall theme. None of them look like they're trying to copy one another, or like soulless shadows. Tia and Lulu might both be wearing high tops, but Tia has a much more reserved style whilst Lulu is like "ALL THE SKIN." Well done.
Sooo with everything going on I kind of forgot I had a thread over here. Oops. Lex: Thank you so much! That computer was a pain in the tuckus because of its odd shape (especially in perspective) so I'm really glad you like it. :) Chewy: Thanks! I'm usually too much of a wimp to approach dark colors ...
I've been working on putting together all the information I can on clothing from 1998-2004, because those years are featured heavily in my work. I've even been buying catalogs on ebay. >.> Once I have something cohesive, I'll post it online as a reference source. Because you'r absolutely right. It's...
Okay, all three of these came out adorbz, but I have to say I'm really digging Alanna. I know this sounds weird, but I get more of a sense of.. cohesiveness from her. There's a clear path for my eye to follow before returning to and resting on the eyes. Not to say Georgie isn't good! :p But when I'm...
I wouldn't say "terrible garbage year" based on your dolling output. Though I see you channeling Kylo Ren there... :p The dolls you created are quality work! That doll for Pinstripe's contest is outstanding (and if I had to vote, I love your Argonian). So many details on such a limited palette... li...
Yay! Keeping the tradition alive! *high five* Are you finding it's more difficult now to doll them in clothes like they were way back when, now that RL fashions have moved on? Though Lulu's my fav. Those cute little chucks!
How did you even do this? Wow. Of all the evens, I can't. I am absolutely stunned that you were able to create this many quality dolls in such a short span of time. As for hair, I am loving the curly hair of Agathe in the country club, and Dani's ombre. Agathe's dress is also stunning, and the skirt...
OMG Thank you guys so much! :D Your comments mean a lot to me. I really got discouraged around last August when I entered a quality slump. I was trying to reach the next plateau and felt like I just kept sliding backwards. I hope this one ends up being my "breakout". Interestingly, this actually too...
I made this for Pax over at Subeta of her scientist character who is working in one of those creepy laboratories to support his wife. I've never really tackled this kind of scene before in pixel or painting, so this was brandy-new to me. Overall, I'm pretty pleased with how it came out. I redrew the...
- Thu Jan 04, 2018 5:24 pm
- Forum: Melrose Ave
- Topic: Ela's Doll Shop: Open *2/3 taken*
- Replies: 16
- Views: 14187
- Base or pose description/reference pics: this pose by senshi-stock - Character description/reference pics: Ref sheet! so far... - Clothing description - Her armor: ref 1 | ref 2 - Anything else: (background description, ...): If you'd like to do a small bg shot of Lorien you can, here's a ref . Bu...
This base is fantastic! Thank you so much for creating such a versatile base set that can be used for small icons. You did an amazing job, and the 3/4 view and back views are omg thank you so much.
- Thu Jan 04, 2018 12:24 pm
- Forum: Pixel Art
- Topic: Christmas Gingerbread scene
- Replies: 6
- Views: 1607
The snowman does an excellent job of filling the empty space on the right, so I'm glad that you persevered with it! It also gives us a sense of depth. This would be super cute as address label stickers, or something of the sort. You did an excellent job making it all come together.
- Thu Jan 04, 2018 12:17 pm
- Forum: Dolls
- Topic: The druid and my Christmas doll scene
- Replies: 3
- Views: 1213
That druid scene is such a cute and detailed doll. It reminds me of dolling when I first got into it, more than a decade ago. I don't see so much of that anymore, which is really kind of sad. Your work is very detailed and the composition is excellent.
So I see you say that hair is not your strongsuit, but your work clearly shows me otherwise. You cannot tell me those luscious curls are not touchable. And that mermaid hair is spot on where it meets the invisible ground, which is definitely not easy.
How did you do this I don't even. :p I took one look at that palette full of neutral colors and noped right on outta there. Clearly, you have achieved the impossible. It's too bad you weren't born 20 years earlier. You could have made a career in game art during a time when these kinds of limited pa...
I'm going to echo the comments about being able to make an all-pink doll pop rather than lay flat on the page. I am digging the shading style you used on the hair, and those glasses really go well with that hairstyle and top!