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12k Sekishi Youko by kathemo 12k Sekishi Youko by kathemo
[edit] I need to fix the glow like whoa. Also, railings. One day. XD

Going on another Juuni Kokki / Twelve Kingdoms kick... This is Youko or Sekishi if you want to be super formal. :3

This didn't turn out the way I wanted it to but I'm going to keep on trying! I'm determined to get more of a watercolor vibe digitally for some of these pieces.

[tools] ps cs3, wacom inutos 3
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:iconiskra-revoir:
I love her robes! Beautiful :)
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:iconlagunaflare:
LagunaFlare Jul 20, 2009  Student Photographer
I bought this at Otakon this year, if you remember. :3

I ranted about how awesome this series is, lol.
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kathemo Jul 20, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
I REMEMBER EVERYONE THAT LOVES 12K. Which is, like, 4 people, haha. XD
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LagunaFlare Jul 22, 2009  Student Photographer
WAHAHAH! <3
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kathemo May 12, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! Your icon is super-cute. XD
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:icontomatosauce:
...I wish I could edit.

Oh, and added to the blade part is the railing in the background. The shading looks too perfectly even.
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kathemo Apr 21, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Yeah, I got to mess with the railing. I'm definitely going to try and get some 'wet edge' look to see how that goes. XD

And you are up at an odd hour!
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:icontomatosauce:
I like it.

For the watercolor feel, maybe have a little more contrast for the whiter areas? Like since you use the paper background for 'white' in actual watercolors, I feel like there should be more actual white space. And maybe some more opaque layering. Or have some of the edges be darker. Like when you use watercolor, the edges of a water splotch will sometimes dry into a darker line, and the middle will be lighter...if that makes any sense.

The biggest part that doesn't look like watercolor to me is the actual blade. The line in the middle is too even and defined compared to everything else.

I love the flower filtering thing on the clothing though.
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:iconjkclub:
Well detailed :aww: Awesome :hug:
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