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Rook and Raven by Hagge Rook and Raven by Hagge
Two characters by Cei Ellem and her friend, for winning the kiriban.

Done digitally, of course...if you're interested in them, visit :iconcei-ellem:'s site and check out the stories they're based on.

I finished this up on my new computer and tablet (the others were coughing out the last of their lives on the table....services will be held for old tablet and computer as soon as all the pictures have been removed. :) )
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gomas-sketches Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, it looks really 3D, I thought it was until I saw the fullview! Amazing work! =D
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Hagge Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2009  Professional General Artist
Thanks. :)
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2009
Oh wow. I LOVE the femme! She's dynamite, seriously. Her colors are vibrant and supplement the vivacious pose. In fact, all the color is jaw-dropping fabaroo, to sound like a total dweeb. :D


You made pink look good. :giggle: See how awesome you are?
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Hagge Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2009  Professional General Artist
Oh thanks, but I have to tell you I've used the clothing colors off the original drawing by Cei-Ellem, of course. The poses are my own, however, :) as is the background. I was playing with my new Adobe CS3 program, purchased cheaply, compliments of Amazon's used section. I LOVE IT!

:giggle: Yeah, it's going to have to be one for my books...:D 'She did pink successfully!'
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2009
No worries--but still, you did the colors. Having a shade is a help, but I dunno... I've colored linearts not my own, and just doing colors is an undertaking, even with a palette I've used several times. You have set a new bar with poses. :D

Ooh! Glad you got it, it must be nice to have... Is it hard to learn? I need a new Adobe graphics program...

Knew you could. ;)
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Hagge Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2009  Professional General Artist
Yeah, cain't argue that. :)

I have to admit...I jest love me Poser program. (I have to download it onto my new computer.) As people have never been my forte, it really helps to have references, esp. as persnickity as I am about my art sometimes. I get the general idea down, but perspective and I get into frequent arguements about how such and such should look. And naturally, perspective usually wins. ;)

IF you decide to get the Adobe program, my advice would be to get some good books to help you through. As I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed I confess to having picked up the 'Book for Dummies' and use it and a couple of really good magazines to help me through stuff I don't understand, but as far as simpley drawing, it's pretty good in its own right.
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner May 5, 2009
:D

Yeah, perspective tends to beat my up and steal my lollies...

Sounds good. I know there are a ton of the Dummy and Idiot books at the library, it's all a matter of what version of whatever I can find. I'd really like to get Photoshop 7 again, but it may come down to a choice between that and an Esperanto dictionary and coursebook.
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Hagge Featured By Owner May 8, 2009  Professional General Artist
...it frequently mocks me...:paranoid:

The decisions get tough, sometimes, don't they? ;)
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner May 10, 2009
It is</it the point-and-laugh type...

They do, at that! I'm better the dictionary and coursebook win though.
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Hagge Featured By Owner May 11, 2009  Professional General Artist
...and with me, it does the limp noodle thing, sometimes. :D

...and...who won? :? :)
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