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For Xiurele - Braixen

by Kragn

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Kragn Okay, so this isn't a request. This is really more like a gift for you, @Xiurele. Xiurele, you drew me a drawing and I know you're so busy with other drawings and whatnot. In return, I drew Braixen. I drew Braixen because I knew Dedenne would be easier for me and I already drew a Gardevoir, the Popplio line, and Misdreavus. Also, Lopunny is just way too predictable at this time of the year (Easter). I can already pinpoint plenty of mistakes I made, like coloring outside of the lines, weird shading, an awkward angled left wrist and elbow, and the legs. Those legs aren't easy to draw! However, I tried and this is what came out. In conclusion to all of this blabbering from me, I hope you like it! :)
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  1. Kragn
    Kragn
    @Xiurele I've heard of those. The reason I like my Japanese pen is because, like some Copic markers, you can choose the thickness with that brushlike tip. Touch liners sound like that. Maybe I'll give them a try. Thanks for the advice! :)
    Apr 18, 2017
  2. Kragn
    Kragn
    @Xiurele woops, forgot Copic were Japanese. They're mainly used for manga, right? Stupid move from me. :I

    I actually also own Copic Multi liners. My older drawings on here are used with them. 0.8 is my largest thickness so far. That's why I've been using this Japanese pen for outlining. They have larger thicknesses, right?
    Apr 18, 2017
  3. Kragn
    Kragn
    @Xiurele I've had someone else ask me that, and I have no idea what to say. It's written in Japanese. Well, that might also mean that brand doesn't work well with Copic Markers. Oops. xD - (actually forgot Copics were Japanese :p)
    Apr 18, 2017
  4. Kragn
    Kragn
    @Xiurele thanks! Also, the paper I was using was different from a more thicker, better type I usually use. That paper I was using just ran out. That might of been why it suddenly bled over the lines.
    Apr 18, 2017