ohh, nice!! I don't know Basquatch or Kurohime, but I do like these pictures, I think you did a good job
I just thought that I'd post this link in case someone here has a anime paper account and wants to look at my vectors there now.
Also any admin, mod or anything, can i please request that you change this thread's title to "ManaAlchemist's Vectors" instead of the current "TwilightRijax's Vectors" so that it won't be as confusing now that i changed my name here?
Edit: Thanks to the Admin/mod who changed the threads name.
Last edited by ManaAlchemist; 22-08-09 at 08:58 AM.
i wish i were as good as you are
but correct me if im wrong, if your using photoshop wouldnt they be raster images and in illustrator they would be vector (i know you can make a vector on PS but im no good at that its too hard haha)
Hmm... Been quite a long time since I posted any of my new vectors here, but I thought I'd start posting them again.
Anyways, here's my latest work, Laharl-chan (or female Laharl if you prefer that) from Disgaea D2:
Might also mention that most of my older vectors can be found here (as they seem to be unavailable at the earlier places i uploaded them to):
Then I just redraw all the lines in the image with a shape tool in inkscape, and then I color everything. Sometimes when stuff is cut of in images though, I have to draw that by myself (which sucks, cause I really suck at drawing), or sometimes i vector manga images (meaning the original is in black and white) so I have to decide all the colors too. So I can't claim that everything is made by me, as the original image is made by whoever drew it, but the vector "improvement" is made by me, and as such, I'm able to provide a larger version without a background, like this female Laharl vector:
This "vectoring" stuff I do is mainly because it allows me to free the image from the background (so the character will have a transparent background instead so it's easier to work with for stuff like wallpapers and such), and also it makes it possible for me to provide the image in a larger resolution, instead of the smaller original image. It can also fix stuff like "noise" and stuff that might ruin the original image.
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