Hi everyone! I know I've been gone for ages, but I wanted to update on my art and post a thank you to all my new followers. I am planning on posting here again, however I have been making traditional art instead and working on other projects (that have been mentioned before ;) ), and I feel like it doesn't really belong on Medibang's website... so in the meantime I've restarted my Instagram, @arakuune_art! My art style has changed a lot in this time, but if you are interested, taking the time to look at my new work (and possibly follow me there teehee) would mean a lot to me!
Now the most important thing! At the time of writing this, I have 1270-ish followers... what!? I don't know how i've gained around 1000 followers during a year of inactivity but nevertheless, thank you all so so much! It means the world that you'd support me regardless of my activity! I really don't know how to celebrate this so if you have any questions you could ask me here like a Q and A. I'm trying to think of a better way to thank you all, but a QnA is the best I've got so far... I'll update if I come up with something better haha...
Thank you so much for reading! I'll try my hardest to not forget Medibang/ArtStreet again!
wow amazing. you can draw my Shade oc if you want or any.
Anyone want to join my contest
I don't speak a word of Korean but I believe I have worked out how they did this, or at least how to get a similar effect! I saw lots of people asking for a translation (Whilst looking for one myself) so hopefully, this will help someone: 1. Base color 2. New layer, clipped. Use an airbrush or soft watercolour to create a gradient using a vivid orange color 3. Do the same with a bright purple and lower the layer opacity to somewhere between 20 - 40% 4. New layer, clipped. Use the colors in the boxes (Left) to make the fabric look a little shinier using an airbrush. Lower the opacity to ~30%. 5.New clipped Multiply layer. Use a similar purple to before and add shading using a mixture of soft and hard brushes 6. Lower the opacity of the line-art or color it to help it blend with the rest of the clothes and to make it look softer. The last bit is showing results if you change the purple layers to a different color, but the orange stays the same.