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Their's Just Me by lady-toyano Their's Just Me by lady-toyano
Inspired by Jill Scott, she's so talented and beautiful :).


done in Photoshop
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offbeat-art-dog Feb 26, 2012
beautiful work!
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lady-toyano Feb 26, 2012   General Artist
Why thank you :heart:
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Love a woman with a fro.
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lady-toyano Feb 8, 2012   General Artist
:XD:!!
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lady-toyano Jan 29, 2012   General Artist
:D!!!
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LadyLuck89 Mar 2, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I love this. I wish I was good at shading and highlights like this. I love it. Your style of drawing reminds me of a pro Disney animator. Which is a good thing. :D
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lady-toyano Mar 2, 2010   General Artist
Oh why thank you :D! There are like a buzillion styles to color with in phtotoshop, and I just like to experiment. I really like this style though, so I'll probably go back to it after i'm done sortin' through all the different styles possible... man there are sssssssssssooooooooo many different styles it can be overwhemlming. I recomend just playin around.

Oh thank you, I do take that as a compliment because old style 2d animation is where I get my inspirations from XD! W00t!!
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LadyLuck89 Mar 15, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
OH WOW! I have trouble grasping onto the concepts of shadings and highlights making images look more realistic. You did very good with this and you said it was with Photoshop styles or your own created style? I love it. <3
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lady-toyano Mar 15, 2010   General Artist
te-hee, well I started of trying to mimic other styles to get a grasp on digital coloring, but towards the middle I just went agh and decided to try it my way and she came out pretty alrite :D! I really like soft brushes, but when it comes to base colors, I prefer to use a hard brush that allows for pressure sensitivity so I can change the opacity on certain parts at will.

Glad you like her :D!! ;hug:
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