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Tim
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Sun June 3, 2012 3:22pm Rating: 10.00 

I love this art style. One thing I might recommend though is that the picture itself is so large you can see little computerized jagged marks on the art lines. If you shrunk it down just a little after you were done, the lines would appear more smoother like they were done by a real pencil.


Not a biggie just something that occurred to me otherwise a perfect job. I'd love to see you draw all the SU heroes in this style just for kicks.
Tyler Bingham
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Sun June 3, 2012 5:34pm

Agreed on that Tim, I hate it when it gets jagged so but I try to avoid it when possible and it could be interesting to see some of the other heroes this way.

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Jerod
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Sun June 3, 2012 7:13pm

What file format do you save/export your figures as before combining them with the background?
Tyler Bingham
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Sun June 3, 2012 8:52pm

I save them on Paint as .bmp that way I can it keeps nice and doesn't add nasty pixles.

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Jerod
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Sun June 3, 2012 9:39pm

Have you tried .png ? This is a nice format that, unless flattened, can be a clean transfer option. By the way, waht do you create your figure drawings in?
Tyler Bingham
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Sun June 3, 2012 10:38pm

I do them in paint.

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