Title: You Should Vote In This Poll
Description: for srs
Heartless - January 12, 2010 10:00 PM (GMT)
Kned - January 12, 2010 10:06 PM (GMT)
I them both equally. u___u
Heartless - January 12, 2010 10:09 PM (GMT)
|QUOTE (Kned @ Jan 12 2010, 05:06 PM)|
I them both equally. u___u
don't lie kned
i know secretly
you hate them both u.u
idunt - January 12, 2010 10:11 PM (GMT)
I like them both equally 'cause the thin lines look very neat and pleasant.
But at the same time I find thicker lines very aesthetically appealing.
(just one suggestion, to fill in those little gaps in the lines on the thicker one... mostly just in Loli's pic)
o_pirate_o - January 12, 2010 10:27 PM (GMT)
I said I liked the old type better for a few reasons (though dont take them to heart lol, after all you have only just started lining freehand amirite? xD)
reason 1 - your lineart before was much smoother. With the new style you have raher a few areas which could use the eraser tool attacked with, or perhaps a few pixels here or there to make the edge smoother. Like on Bumblebeehead's left wrist, you can see on the outside theres like 5 pixels which could really use taking out or being surrounded with some friends :3
Tapering would be nice too
you've only really just started this, plus getting used to using a tablet, so you're hardly gonna be perfect. Im just nitpicking really :U I think you'll be far better in a few weeks or so lol~
reason 2: YOUR OLD LINES WERE COLOURED D8 I liked that... doitmoarplz :c
Suiqu - January 12, 2010 10:40 PM (GMT)
I like them both equally but the new way a bit more than the old way. :0 Mainly because it gives the lineart more dimension as well as the overall drawing. And I tend to prefer thicker lines with this type of (pixelly?) lineart. |D
Keruha - January 12, 2010 10:41 PM (GMT)
I personally, like your old lines better. No offense really, I just find your new lines are just... messy. :/ I liked them when they were clean and simple.
Heartless - January 12, 2010 10:47 PM (GMT)
randomly, the new lines are suppose to be messy....
like, i started to clean them up more but i found them more appealing when messy so i left them that way
i just wanted to throw it out there so you gais didn't like i was being lazy or didn't notice or something xD;
the messyness is intentional... which is why i'm asking which style looks better, thing and clean or thicker and messy (~o o)~
Hayley! - January 12, 2010 10:53 PM (GMT)
I agree, I like your cleaner cut lines, but you can kindof combine both techniques in a way. You usually have thicker lines in areas that overlap...for example clothes. Or I've seen some artist have a bold outline around the out edges and have clean lines within. Not sure if I'm getting my point across but...just a thought. n____n;
Catty - January 12, 2010 11:12 PM (GMT)
CLEAN AND RIDICULOUSLY THICK IS THE WAY TO GO. 8U /shot for bias
But uh, actually I agree with the overlapping. Thick lineart is good when you want to emphasize shading, but thin is indefinitely better for details and faces/humans in general... yeah don't end up like me with the uglytastic super thick lines all over the place. u_u
Bryan - January 12, 2010 11:51 PM (GMT)
I vote old because it looks beautiful and clean and professional, and the newer lines make it look sloppy and neophyte-like. It's like the newer lines degrade the quality of your drawings, while the thin lines really showcase your talent.
icecakes - January 13, 2010 12:01 AM (GMT)
I hate both of these as much as I hate you >: |
Actually, reading through this, have you ever tried weighted lineart? 8D
Where it's thin in some bits but thicker to emphasize shading and well show depth/weight
I think it might look nice with your style.
sugarfish - January 13, 2010 12:24 AM (GMT)
I like the new one better. The old style was cleaner and neater, but I find that thicker lines appeal to me more.
I know those ones are supposed to be messy, but I like the sort of thicker-yet-neat style if that makes sense.
Also the second thing Icy said
Heartless - January 13, 2010 04:12 AM (GMT)
thanks for the opinions guys o3o