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Lightning Bliss
 
Credit Lightning Bliss is not my character, but belongs to: lightning-bliss.deviantart.com…

Lightning Bliss


Lux
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Yes, it's the famous rainbow Alicorn with the lion tail and large ears herself, the Princess of all things rainbow and making ponies everywhere smile, Lightning Bliss! 

 

Lightning Bliss is not my character, but belongs to here: lightning-bliss.deviantart.com…

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Lightning Bliss is not my character, but belongs to: lightning-bliss.deviantart.com…

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1 hour ago, Noedig said:

Ive been gone for a while.

Your drawing's certainly improved quite a bit.

Keep it up!

Thanks! 

 

Lightning Bliss is indeed a great reviewer and very nice to others. This piece wasn't bad to draw as I first thought (I had trouble drawing rainbow ponies before like Rainbow Dash). 

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13 hours ago, Lux said:

Thanks! 

 

Lightning Bliss is indeed a great reviewer and very nice to others. This piece wasn't bad to draw as I first thought (I had trouble drawing rainbow ponies before like Rainbow Dash). 

I try to seperate every single detail of my art to as many layers as possible, it's quite tedious to keep track of your layers unless you're experienced. Vectors front, base colors below, and then shading/shining above the color or vector layers.

Is this something you'd do as well?

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Well, these are the steps I do for all drawings:

 

  1. I hand draw a sketch, scan it, and upload it onto my art program.
  2. I create a second layer and trace the sketch (sometimes a third if there is a background), then delete the sketch layer. 
  3. Depending on the art, I either create one more layer for coloring or, with ones that have a complex backgrounds, two additional layers (Foreground/ character coloring and Background coloring)

So you have a layout in the end that looks like this: 

 

Foreground Line Art

Foreground Color

Background Line Art

Background Color

 

I may try eventually separate layers for light and shading as well as one day try to draw start to finish on an art program rather than sketch on a piece of paper. 

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