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Today's Oekaki Highlight: A shout out to returning and faithful friends of TACo, who have graced us with some awesome drawings: senobdec, blacklight, solcress, p_b, umi-chan, ri-su, mogily, piffle, and congrats to Hall of Famer sabii!

The Theme Room's subject right now is: The Holidays. Because...aren't you happy they're coming up?


(9655) () Oekaki by frelont, total drawing time 0 : 57 : 51

frelont 2007/5/18 - 17:13:29
Gah. Tried to practice some lightning from imagination. Looks like I also screwed up the part about adding details that fill up empty spaces. Pointers would be very much appreciated [:
golden 2007/5/20 - 3:49:56
looks nice :)
elolinon 2007/5/20 - 7:46:3
AMAZING! O.o It looks very reslistic... kinda reminds me of the style called "superflat" used in windy tales and mind game, to mention some of them :)
mika 2007/5/20 - 22:21:44
Ooh ...Vectors!
Or at least that's what I'm very much reminded of, and pretty good ones at that.......it's a style that doesn't exactly lend itself to over indulgence in the details bargain bucket, it likes to stick to hi's and low's and not much inbetween (thinking pallettes of 8-16 solid colours here)
I'd go for slightly more monochromatic in the sky and maybe a couple of hi's/low's (but I'd stick to another layer incase it needed getting rid of...:))
...as it stands now......I like it and hope it won't be your last attempt at Vectorish (?) art...:D
dorothyblueeyes 2007/5/21 - 0:15:6
Owww,I love it.Great picture.I'm inspired to take some of my latest photos(taken with a stupid throw-away camera)of the trees and greenery on my place,instead of directly from nature. Vector? Yeah,I have trouble using those.
lorelai 2007/5/22 - 12:36:10
Already way beyond my skills in coloring :) I would like to see bigger contrast between the legs of the pavilion and the shadow beneath it though!!!
gleeful1 2007/6/5 - 17:41:38
nice nice. looking at this gives me a good feeling inside. what a sunny day for the summer!
embo 2007/6/6 - 4:18:2
looks just like kansas! hah. in any case, I really like the composition and the usage of a foreground, middleground, background. it's very layered and the pen gives it a smooth touch.

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