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The Dinnertable

I am really sorry for a lack of uploads, especially Kirby-related uploads, recently. Being involved with several STARMEN.Net projects has sucked up some of my Kirby creative juices. Nevertheless I have a few planned pieces of Kirby art you will be seeing shortly.

Ninten sitting down for dinner immediately after the saving of planet earth. His favorite food is being served, natch. Markers made to look like watercolor, January.

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Destructo-Knight   [Mar 01, 2010 at 02:03 PM]
Ah! very nice Leirin! I absolutly love the style here, and shading and the colouring is very tidy. What kind of markers were used? Ecxellent job!
AnimeKittyCafe   [Mar 02, 2010 at 12:41 AM]
Thank-you Destructo-Knight! Copic Markers were used; they are some of the most userfriendly markers out there but oh-so expensive. Crying or Very sad Still, they are worth it and can create some very varied (very very?) effects. Thanks again. Very Happy
Qtie4U   [Mar 02, 2010 at 03:32 PM]
Your cute style is very unique, I love it very much. I like how you used the markers. I thought it was first waterpaint. Gee, I feel guilty. I should start making some art too.
Dedede-Daimyo   [Mar 03, 2010 at 09:23 PM]
You use makers like they are watercolors, too?! Meaning, the maker is applied, then smoothed-out with water on a brush; it is how this looks, anyway. Yes, all the great artists do it this way- me, Toriyama, and even Bimblesnaff, to a degree, with watercolor pencils. I'm not familiar with copic markers (do they use permanent ink?), but you are lucky to have them, given their reputation. This pic has a nice, simple and quaint Sunday-comics feel to it. Like a Peanuts strip, the figures are defined, the setting is plain, and it has a very calming atmosphere about it. I like the coloring/shading on the characters and the highlights on the table, but I think you could have gradated the color of the carpet, or faded it out along the edges so it would be less distracting.

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