JENNIFER LYNN ALVAREZ'S
@Stormsun Er.... Sorry this took so long! (Sorry the shading sucks!)
Woah! I totally LOVE this!!!
That’s a great drawing!
AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWEEEEEEEE THANK YOU I LOVE HER!!!!!!!!!! But, quick question, whats that mark traced with black above her wing? Is it just me who doesn't know what that is and I'm just going crazy?
OOF that's the wing joint I didn't do very well....
@Iceberry OH. I just couldn't tell what it was, but now I understand
@Stormsun Yeah, it's pretty bad....
I love your art! Would you consider maybe doing a trade with me? I can write a short story for you or draw digitally (you could have two since it is tracing from a template I made from tracing a doll divine). Currently, with this style, I can’t do males, since I have only traced the more filly mane so far.
Here is an example of my digital tracing drawings
I can do any color background, or leave it clear like this example.
YES PLEASE!! Would you write a short story? Could you write a story about what happened when Rainshine returned home? What do you want me to draw for you?
@Iceberry Sure! Can you remind me on who that was? I have Skysun’s and Stormsun’s story ahead of you, so you can expect it in 3-6 weeks, depending on how fast I get those done. Can you draw Morngmist for me? Here is her description and picture:
Peachy colored mare with green eyes, light brown mane and tail with a black streak running through it, aqua feathers tipped in black, a blaze, black stockings, and four white socks.
This is also my profile picture, and it was drawn by Skysun. If you need an expression, maybe determined?
@Morningmist Okay! Also, Rainshine was Starpebble's friend who was captured by Mountain Herd and left in the night to get back to Snow Herd and her parents, avoiding awkward goodbyes.
OOOOOH SHE'S SO PRETTY!!!!!
@Iceberry I can give you some shading advice if you want! and don't knock yourself down on it, shading is EXTREMELY HARD!
@Riverglade Yes PLEASE!
@Iceberry ok, so first, determine where your light source is. I also find it helpful to remember that shadow is the absence of light, so if there is something blocking wherever the light is coming from, put a shadow behind it. To determine your light source, draw a circle (to imitate the sun) lightly in front of the direction you want the light to shine. Use different shades of the main color your are using to build up the shadows, so it goes more gradually, unless you want it to look more cartoony, otherwise do just a darker shade of the main color you are using where you want the shadow to go. I also reccomend looking up tutorials on it and practicing different techniqus and what works for you. hope this helps!