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Fabulocity is a Unicorn Diva by Kazekuro Fabulocity is a Unicorn Diva by Kazekuro
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I haaaaaaaaaaaad to go and say when I penciled her "omg I am so happy how great she came out, and so quickly! Inking is going to be a blast!" I said only a few hours ago "Oh I am totally gonna be able to ink all 3 of these ponies AND color maybe 2 of them"

...3 hours to color Rarity... that is... disturbing because it took 2 hours to do her "hair" which was what I inked the quickest. LOL mostly because I wanted to give it a really SHINY look and trying to actually find a source that AGREED what colour it was was darned hard.

Her 'coiffure' is the most elaborately coloured I've EVER done... 10 different copic markers used to do it. o.O *dribbledrool* but in the end I am sure Miss Rarity herself would be proud.

Yes. I know she's a MUCH lighter shade of grey. She was about 3 shades darker before I finished (thank you rubbing alcohol!) but I had to do it slowly... as her mane and tale were already done. *twitch*


Rarity- Copic SP Multi Liners over BIC Mechanical Pencil with Copic Sketch Marker for colour on X-Press It Blending Card.

Oh how I love you google images. No rights ment to be stepped on really I am just practicing the style because I went and joined the herd. I admit it.
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Ragnarokia Featured By Owner May 22, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I especially like the mane and coat colouring / shading.
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Kazekuro Featured By Owner May 27, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
my most proud part of it myself
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awsome-stuff Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012
cute =)
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Kazekuro Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
glad you like it!
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S17s17 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2012
That looks totally awesome! Really great work!
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Kazekuro Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I am so happy that I am getting Brony approval of the art and at 116 faves but so few comments every single bit of feedback I am getting I really do treasure. I am taking a small break now that I have done the mane 6. I had a week off spent with my girlfriend and now it's back to "HOLY HELL I HAVE A CONVENTION IN LESS THAN A MONTH!?" grind but I hope I'll be able to do more ponies soon because they are SERIOUSLY way too much fun to draw. >^.^<
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S17s17 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2012
Sorry I couldn't give more than I did, but the only things I could see that could be improved you already pointed out in the description. I'm just amazed you did that with pencils and whatnot-I can't make things that nice with my computer, even if I only use MS paint. I'm always impressed to see an actual traditional artist who shows such great skill!

It's never easy to do art and work right under a deadline-I'm sure nobody here would hold that against you ^^

And yes, they ARE fun to draw.
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Kazekuro Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
SUPER FUN TO DRAW!!!! I kinda like the convention deadline but at the same time I like it more when I have nothing but art to focus on, all laundry done, plenty of food/snacks/soda in the house, etc etc so I can just focus on the art.

LOL like I said any little 'woot' or 'boo' even without a fave is better than just faving something.

GAH JEALOUS! I have Photoshop... it's right here... on my laptop... I have no idea how to use it. To this day I scan my work in via paint, save it as jpeg via paint and then upload it. I have no idea how to do digital work. So I am jealous of anyone who can. Grass is always greener!
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S17s17 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2012
I've tried using Photoshop. I don't know anything about it, like how to use the little side features, sharpen/blur all that-I just use GIMP if I want to make things get complicated. I guess it's just about the same thing, though-and for picture quality, always save as a PNG, it keeps everything from getting all pixellated and whatnot, for a clearer picture (learned the hard way)

I'm sixteen-aside from the classwork, I have nothing BUT time to do things. I just never do xD Even just the simple pixel work I do takes unreasonable amounts of time to do, but I can't draw well by hand so what else would I do, y'know?
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Kazekuro Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
ROFLMAO Okay sorry- not laughing at you laughing at the fact that I have this so locked and loaded.... at 16 my art was absolute crap. I thought I was brilliant. I thought I was soooo awsome and one day I'd be a great artist then I'd see my friends who were REALLY good artists and I went "well I suck". But I just drew... all the damn time. Always. I'm 100% self taught. I work with trial and error and if I'm really stumpped I ask people how they do stuff.

I'm a 'professional' and no idea how I got there. Seriously. I'm baffled by the level of talent that surrounds me and go 'omg this stuff is crayons and glitter glue compaired to' [fill in name here] anyone CAN draw they just need to work on it.

...the special buttons on the side of photoshop scare me. But thanks for the PNG image memo- I totally missed that and wondered why that was done! Thanks! I know people who swear by GIMP I've seen it be used just never used it myself it looked like an open source Photoshop so if my copy of PS hadn't be free (I worked at an NPO long story) I would have gotten that but I don[t wanna delete the software to put on GIMP for some strange horder reason.

But seriously, I'm gonna cross my fingers I end up at a convention sometime and I get to meet ya S17, just to say thanks. >^.^<
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