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Ocelot (digitally painted) by Aniusia483 Ocelot (digitally painted) by Aniusia483
On FA: www.furaffinity.net/view/97874…

Meow:meow:

Date: April 1st 2012

The GIMP by LumiResources Created With Wacom Intuos4 Tablet by Aniusia483
Just round brush(of many sizes) and layers^^

I wanted to draw a speedpaint and I failed - I did too much details:P I wanted to do it more monochromatic... haven't...

Original photo(credits are on it): oi42.tinypic.com/2941jli.jpg

Execution (C) Aniusia483 (me)
Don't repost it.

I OFFER COMMISSION LINEARTS OF THAT STYLE:
Headshots (lineart) by Aniusia483, more info here: aniusia483.deviantart.com/jour…

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AguaRush11 Apr 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
did you paint over the original picture?
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Aniusia483 Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No, I've got one pic done that way, by "anthro definitions" to ensure everyone each single difference is made consciously, not accidentally;) I've almost always tried to be precise by photo referencing, in this one I still can see differences but I don't want to go back to this portrait to fix them now - when I see them better, still noone would probably notice the differencexD And that was made in a shorter time than I usually need for such drawing, so I haven't enough much time to go back with a fresh look at it and notice those then:P And BTW it's a bit bigger than the original photo (but in the same frame though);)
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AguaRush11 Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
anthro definitions?

I was just curious as i have seen people do it before, and just make the photo bigger
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Aniusia483 Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Here: [link]

Ah, forgot one can do thatxD
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AguaRush11 Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
ah i see.

yep i was just curious cuz it is so close that it looks traced
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Aniusia483 Apr 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
It sounds like a kind of underrating mexD But, on the other hand, that's still a complement to me:giggle:
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Aniusia483 Apr 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
So doubt me. That's what it is.

That's because of the fact I was always referencing images like they were, or almost like they were. I haven't learned imaginary drawing, and I've started learing those and the process of finding new ways and styles. But recently I haven't enough time for practising, for drawing, and... it resoults in some loose as well...:/ I doubt if I could draw a traditional piece
like I used to (I gave up because I didn't like how my scanner started to work. And I got a tabletxD)...

Being asked for such proves doesn't feel nice...
I actually don't have this layer anymore, I often delete them, because each single layer makes the file bigger and my computer can't usually handle those and gets slower. I always have a few layers deleted or merged, when I'm sure I don't need them anymore. Now I got frustrated...
I've got only one of my photoreferencing works with some of its sketch... but it wasn't the only sketch layer it had... But one left so I could make this animation: [link] here is the final: [link] (photo reference is included in the description).
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littlemisshufflepuff Oct 13, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Whoah! I thought this was a photograph for a second there!

See, Gimp-haters? It is possible to create works of art with open-source programs.
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Aniusia483 Oct 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you:)
Heh, of course it's possible... BTW I've seen sb who did almost lifelike Mona Lisa reprodustion in MS PAINT!:D
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