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Commission: A Shed at Night
A commission for the noble :iconknight-of-nivilia:


Seems my character Shar has caught a couple of his lovely OCs in the woods! Kylie has been captured and forced to strip at gunpoint while her friend Lily is tied up! D: D: D: D: D:


Where's the light coming from? maybe there is a second robber!? who knows~ 
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So I'm on the lookout for a new scanner, not to replace my current musetek one but to suppliment it's weakness.

I usually only scan black and white art: Comic pages, or lineart I'm going to color digitally. But recently I have been getting into working with copic markers. I love their vibrant hues and I think the really saturated colors fit my style quite well BUT

I realize now that when I try to use my ol' mustek scanner to scan the color marker art...it looks like ass. I have looked up some tutorials on how to fix up the marker colors in an image edit program, but my other issue is that the scanner itself, when scanning color images, gets those nasty looking scanner lines on it. Ones that are pretty much impossible to eliminate without ruining the picture itself in an editing program.

SO


I am looking for a scanner, reasonably prices, that can scan colored art from traditional media relatively well. If any of you out there know of something like this that you use, gimme a holler as I want to shop around for one. 

My other idea was to get a nice camera to just plain take photos of the marker art, as I have seen those look really cool as well. any recommendations there will be much appreciated. Adios!
  • Listening to: Parkway Drive
  • Reading: Wonderwoman
  • Watching: Evangelion
  • Playing: The Evil Within
  • Eating: Omlettes
  • Drinking: juice of beans
Selina and the Moogles
Selina has arrived in the Churning Mists in her main story quest in Final Fantasy 14! unfortunately....
the moogles misunderstand the violent, cursing amazon and tie her up for their own safety! Charmy (character of :iconztunner: ) seems to have found a happy middle ground :D 

yea on a little bit of a FFXIV bondage kick lately ;) hope you like seeing more of Selina!
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Aksika
Aksika
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So I'm on the lookout for a new scanner, not to replace my current musetek one but to suppliment it's weakness.

I usually only scan black and white art: Comic pages, or lineart I'm going to color digitally. But recently I have been getting into working with copic markers. I love their vibrant hues and I think the really saturated colors fit my style quite well BUT

I realize now that when I try to use my ol' mustek scanner to scan the color marker art...it looks like ass. I have looked up some tutorials on how to fix up the marker colors in an image edit program, but my other issue is that the scanner itself, when scanning color images, gets those nasty looking scanner lines on it. Ones that are pretty much impossible to eliminate without ruining the picture itself in an editing program.

SO


I am looking for a scanner, reasonably prices, that can scan colored art from traditional media relatively well. If any of you out there know of something like this that you use, gimme a holler as I want to shop around for one. 

My other idea was to get a nice camera to just plain take photos of the marker art, as I have seen those look really cool as well. any recommendations there will be much appreciated. Adios!
  • Listening to: Parkway Drive
  • Reading: Wonderwoman
  • Watching: Evangelion
  • Playing: The Evil Within
  • Eating: Omlettes
  • Drinking: juice of beans

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:iconsebaselciclon:
sebaselciclon Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thank you for the fav
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carmag34 Featured By Owner 2 days ago
thanks for fav :)
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Rob66 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Thanks for faving Alazar's drawing of "Poor Darlene" today  :)
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VoGoshinki Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Whats up?
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Aksika Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hmmmmmm not much
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