Rozera, ladies and gentlemen, as she was meant to be seen.
Brings a tear to my eye...
It only took me less than a year and a half to get this good at drawings, starting literally from the very bottom. At last, I have come to a place where I am content to work in peace without making crappy art... and strive to yet higher peaks.
This is the first digital work composed on my new artist-geared machine. I will say that it went a TON smoother with the new video card and stuff. And here it is. I started this drawing as half of a new Rozera reference sheet in November; it didn't work out right away, and I wound up putting it away until a few weeks ago, when I started a painting class. I was very pleased that my professor allowed me to create a digital painting for the class, and now that I know a thing or two more about PhotoShop the results were very nice
I'm almost where I want to be. C,: Every day the tablet stylus feels more and more at home in my hand.
My new monitor is so comfortable to look at; I'm glad, too, because this picture took me a grand total of forty hours to complete @_@ MY EYES MY EYES! It was worth it though...
UPDATE: The star on Rozera's chest is now a grey outline like the tesselating designs on her legs, tails, back, etc.
I'm proud of myself. Keep an eye out... now that I have the mastered you are going to see some serious improvement from me soon.
Please comment and critique! I need all the help I can get.
NOTE: This is the nude model that I used for [link]
just so you can see how spot-on (or not) my anatomy art is.