Megumi Eni

Posted May 14, 2020, 7:09:32 PM
Sorry for the excessive black, but that is Megumi's natural fur color. Anyway, here he is, the small Dragon boy. I was actually planning to write a sequel after Ultra X when I had gotten finished writing the story, but I don't know when. I also decided to find some unused sketch paper inside of my folder, and I drew this instead of something else, in which I was planning to do that. Megumi Eni/Artwork © MockeryLloyd

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  • May 18, 2020
    (Second snip for comparison)
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    • May 18, 2020
      Well, my best advice is to go slow, or have spare black colors with you in case the one you're using wears out on you.
  • May 18, 2020
    Let me include an example what I was talking about- here's a snip of two of my pictures, the first from 2015 and the second from 2018 (separate comment, I can't seem to attach more than one to a single comment), both including black in their design. Both have full scale detailing going on, however, even though the older on is closer in perspective, you can *barely* tell because of how dark it is- and almost all shading is lost. The newer one, however, is very clear, the scale and anatomy detail is clear, and the the dark color is still distinctively "black" despite it being lighter in value. Hopefully I'm being clear haha.
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  • May 18, 2020
    The blue and black combo is nice, especially with that bit of white in there. Coloring black can be a pain, I know that from experience! It's difficult to get across how dark the color is without making it difficult to see what the thing that has been color is meant to be. I get around this by not using the fullest value of black where I can- it feels a bit like things are just dark grey at first, but people will still see it as black, and then they'll also be able to see the details on the character.