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Even in Arcadia - Volume 1 by AniseShaw Even in Arcadia - Volume 1 by AniseShaw

:star: Even in Arcadia - Volume 1, now available :star:



The first volume of Even in Arcadia is now available to buy :D

:star: If you'd like a limited edition sketch, you can get that here. :star:
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cluedog Featured By Owner May 8, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Lovely cover. :)
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AniseShaw Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Thanks! I want to tweek it a little bit for the reprint, but all in all I'm pretty happy with it.
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thetsumanialchemist Featured By Owner May 7, 2012
ooooh....!! ^q^ those boots are super cool, I know what I want for my birthday, now..
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AniseShaw Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Me too! They're straight from my imagination, so I don't know if they exist or not. I'd like to think that it's not too unique of a style that they haven't been made yet...
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thetsumanialchemist Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012
btw, I wanted to ask about how you blend stuff?? do you turn the brush opacity way low and then use the eyedropper?? @____@ I know a great deal of people who do that ahaha
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AniseShaw Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Professional Filmographer
It depends on what I'm doing, and how I'm painting it. For the background on this one I used a brush with flow and opacity dynamics on (so the opacity and flow will change with the pressure I put on my pen) and used the eye dropper. That works best for landscapes I find, because objects at a great distance are only slightly different colours from the sky.
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thetsumanialchemist Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2012
I see! personally, I just twiddle with the opacity, and I've been told to try transfer--which doesn't work out all that well??
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AniseShaw Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012  Professional Filmographer
transfer is what opacity pressure is called in the newer versions of photoshop. As far as I know it's in CS5 and above.
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