I made a Karkat. :)
A very good friend of mine is also going to be doing a version of this with the line-art. I’ll link it here when she’s done. Whoo!
Sorry for being inactive for so long guys. As an apology, take some HomeStuck characters. You can blame this lovely lady for getting me obsessed.
Hey guys, sorry for not posting lately, I’ve got this deal going with my dad that’s interfered with my computer time, but I should be back soon.
So I’m finally joining the fandom on this… thing.
My first Red Pants Monday too! :D I hope that you all enjoy my Bat!John. He’s so proud of his pants. c:
If any of you are interested in the version without the pants, let me know.
Oh Good Lord, I finally finished it. I changed this design 3 times and had to redo it twice and yet I’m still not completely happy with it. You may see remakes for it in the future. Anyway, I decided to keep the back completely empty since there is so much going on in the front. I’d consider it a very feminine dress. Also, I used these shoes. I’d love to know what you think and if you’d wear it. :)
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This is the second time my art program has closed on me while I was working on the UK dress. Now I have to draw it all over again. I’m sorry for the delay, but I’m really getting irritated.
I’ll have the design up as soon as I can.
|do you use a computer programme to sketch your designs?|
I sure do! I use a Wacom Bamboo Capture Tablet with the art program Autodesk Sketchbook Express 2011. The program came with my tablet as well as Photoshop, but I’m not so good at using that. XD
Not my favorite, but whatevs… I wanted to do a traditional Mexican style dress and, so as to differentiate from the Italian flag, I added eagle feathers and a snake for the symbol in the center of the flag. I hope you like it!
I just really love bare backs, okay?! I
honestly have no idea how you’d walk in that. This one came out nice, too bad you can’t see the sparkles that well…
“so ready to draw, I am so ready to draw” I whisper as I refresh my dashboard