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[size=1]That, is right! Other commercial advertisement may sell you this for $99.99, or even so much as $149.99. Though, I am here to offer it to you (yes, YOU!) for only $2,540.53!!! Call now and get a bucket of cheese absolutely free[color=#c0c0c0](except for a small service charge of $50.00)[/color]!! Call this "toll free" number today! Sorry, no COD's.


Well, enough of that. Being that I was the last one to post in my previous topic, which is obviously pretty much dead I just created another.

At long last I finally got the drawing colored in and such. It turned out pretty well, I think. Umm... yeah. That is all I really have to say.

For those that did not see it before it was colored you can see it here:

[url]http://www.otakuboards.com/attachment.php?s=&postid=469196[/url]


The file size is pretty big, 220KB or something of the like. So be patient. ^_^[/size]
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[size=1]I've seen very little of your artwork in the past, Piro, but everything you post I end up liking in some way. This creation of yours is really blatantly inspired by Jhonen Vasquez, but that's okay because I LOVE Invader Zim. The coloring is dead on, and I'm really impressed that you did all of this by yourself. Great job.

-Shy[/size]
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[size=1] Well....I guess the Jhonen-style in Piro's picture is evident because it's an actual picture on the back of a "SQUEE!" book. :P

The coloring is great, and I think you did a good job with the cell-shading. ...and I [i]still[/i] think that the lice monster and Satan turned out amazingly well. Erm...I didn't notice Tickle-me-Helmo in the other picture you posted...but I do now. Yeah...he was pretty disturbing. I have puppet-phobia or something.

Hm...nice robot man in the background as well. I don't remember what it was called, only that it had something to do with Jhonen himself and Happy Noodle Boy.[/size]
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Wuss. Nice, invader zim feeling, though. If I might make a reccomendation, make the robot in the back, in the audience's right, a little thicker and stronger.
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*stares and blinks in awe* Copied? Really? [i]Daaaaaang.[/i] Regardless, I am way too freaking jealous of your ability to capture the cell shaded look. *drools*

I am strangely captivated by the creepy awesomeness of it all. I...*more gush gush* Dang. Dang dang dang. Frekking [i]awesome[/i] job. *scaredy-loves the lack of eyeballs on some of the characters*
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[color=indigo]*does Bill the Cat impression* hoop, he, ha, blah! *jaw and lower body falls to the ground, complete with o_O look*

Heh, my favorite is the one with the big...tusks? Looks like he's rolling his eyes and wonder why the heck he's there, lol. And like everyone else, the coloring amazes me.[/color]
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[QUOTE][i]Originally posted by Desbreko[/i]
[B][color=indigo]Heh, my favorite is the one with the big...tusks? Looks like he's rolling his eyes and wonder why the heck he's there, lol. And like everyone else, the coloring amazes me.[/color][/B][/QUOTE][size=1]Heh, that guy is a vampire. :p Ever since I drew him I always thought he looks like something that would be in The Simpsons. o_O

I wish I knew what this... "cell shading" is that Ginny speaks of, lol.

I would hope it is colored well. It took me a long time... o_O


Thanks for the comments thus far, everyone.[/size]
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[size=1] ::frowns:: If you've seen anime, you've seen cell-shading. It's when an artists does not blend the colors as they get darker or lighter, but instead making one part darker in a 'blocky' sort of thing and not blending. It's kind of hard to explain...[/size]
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Sheesh, accidentally leave an extra "l" in and you never hear the end of it. :p

Cel shading is what everyone else said, though. And yes, the coloring is simply excellent. For an example of what is [i]not[/i] cel shaded in your image, look at the shadows of the floor. Blurred. Not sharp at all.

As for me, cel shading and I do not get along. I get this inate urge to just blur the edges, because my attempts always look far too blocky. Heh.

Again, that image rocketh. I'm keeping that one.
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Oooooo very nice coloring job.
If theres something i cant, its coloring. Either coloring with the pc or with the hand, its both something i never was good at.
Very good job but one thing: Never ever draw me again while wearing my bunny suit >.> *secretely hands you a cookie* You'll get more of that if you promise never to do it again -__-
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[size=1][QUOTE][i]Originally posted by GinnyLyn [/i]
[B]Sheesh, accidentally leave an extra "l" in and you never hear the end of it. :p

Cel shading is what everyone else said, though. And yes, the coloring is simply excellent. For an example of what is [i]not[/i] cel shaded in your image, look at the shadows of the floor. Blurred. Not sharp at all.

As for me, cel shading and I do not get along. I get this inate urge to just blur the edges, because my attempts always look far too blocky. Heh.

Again, that image rocketh. I'm keeping that one. [/B][/QUOTE]

Thanks, but I really thought you spelled it cell-shading [i]with[/i] the extra 'l'. My bad. But I have to say to Piromunkie: the floor's blurry colors and the cel [ha, no extra 'l']-shading seem like a strange contrast. :P Still a very nice picture, though.[/size]
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