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Kiriban for Sho-kun - Steps by algenpfleger Kiriban for Sho-kun - Steps by algenpfleger
Final here! [link]
PSD file here! [link]


Here's some annotated steps for the mermaid fairy picture! I also included some 100% size crops to show how most of the stuff is really just a couple of brushstrokes =0


To the moral police: Yeah I know there's some boobs but I upload this to help beginners, most of which are minors, so if you flag this you basically say prudity is more important than helping out kids.
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amazing process you are incredible
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Gosh jolly good!
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doodee123 Feb 29, 2012  Student General Artist
This is beautiful! :D
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Tinavy Feb 28, 2012
So lovely! You are so generous for taking the time to make all these tutorials! They are so helpful and inspiring!
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Flyfish? :'D teehee x3
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juju-NotAnArtist Dec 9, 2011
yeah....i think you skipped like,20 steps.....
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SakuraChan501 Aug 13, 2011  Student General Artist
I love how it came out! I wish I knew how you made the colors look so 3-dimensional, it's amazing. :3
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SilverCoast Jun 22, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
'how messy this stuff actually is'

are you insane? this is brilliant :clap:
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Isay Jun 9, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thank you so much for posting your painting process to help out beginners like me. :heart: Artists like you are my inspiration to improve.

Your influence map was what made me curious to visit your gallery (especially that touching bit at the bottom where you have penguins, and life as your inspiration). I'm sure glad I visited! I'll start watching you now. I hope you keep your generous spirit through the years and continue posting your step-by-step pics! ;D

I try to do that with my work as well, posting regular WIPs in my art blog ([link]). Artists are definitely better off improving with one another, instead of being loners and keeping techniques secret! Again, thank you. ^^
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