so this started out as a small doodle in my sketchbook, which i scanned into photoshop and then modified the lineart at high resolution to add more details. it was really cool to work on lineart this way, usually i paint over it at some point and it disappears!
drawn on moleskine paper with a mechanical pencil, scanned into photoshop cs5 and modified with a cintiq 24HD. total time spent - about 10 hrs. for more info on my artwork please visit [link]
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In fact, this girl's hair inspired me and I'm interested in creating a character with rather weightless hair like this girl's -- I hope you don't mind! I'll definitely credit you once I'm able to draw her (I'm still in the development process atm) and I can show you if you want!
Of course, congratulations on reaching 20,000+ likes!! (362k now, yay!!) <3333
This is a great approach to your art-style; lineart allows for more crisp flow of forms and definition of body contours (especially with her clavicle and firm arms here), something which tends to get lost or dimmed to boneless soft in digital brushwork. Hope to see more of such concrete approach to your art-style and characters, keep it up!
congrats with all those likes! they're well-deserved <3