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Hop! A something based in a fic my waifu mybrotherthinksiminsane is writing X3 ♥ Dominance and absolute trust are the motors of this ship ♥
Oh, the blasphemy!
PS: Also a detail of Levi’s face ‘cause I love how it came out ♥
Ah muchas gracias ;w; ♥ Qué ilu leer a alguien que lleva tantos años siguiéndote. Intentaré siempre estar a la altura ♥
Actually, that one was printed and sold in Spanish conventions, I still don’t know if we could get to send them overseas :_)
Asturiaaaaaas Patria queridaaaaaa ♫
This time the kids win :_D
Me alegro :D Se ha hecho esperar pero creo que ha valido la pena ;) ¡Gracias a ti!
They’re doing this for money. The Survey Corps always needs money.
(Based on this).
¡Primer epílogo! Más largo que un día sin pan porque se ve de qué patuca cojeo yo :3 (rinharuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu)
Los monos invitados de hoy son los que aparecen en el Doodle de Google de hoy, en conmemoración del día de la tierra :D Era una señal.
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Hope you don’t mind I reply to this publicly, it’s a pretty interesting question.
Line width helps separate visual layers, things closer to viewer would have wider and more detailed lineart while those in the background are thinner and simpler. The same way, it’s used in places where a shadow is cast, like the jawline, nostrils, etc. Besides of those, modular lineart gives the picture a more organic feel. I for one don’t have an specific method for this, I just try not to do a single stroke, and if I do, it’s usually referencial and I rework it later. When I ink (digitally) I tend to imitate the way I ink traditionally, which I usually do with brushes and ink and rather quick, so strokes are irregular in width.
That’s what works with me anyway, I’ve seen pro artist ink with brushes with no size variation and some even disregard stylus pressure and still do wonders with that, so in the end, the quid is finding what works for you and your style.