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WALKTHROUGH: Game On by cartoongirl7 WALKTHROUGH: Game On by cartoongirl7
WARNING! Large image!

FINISHED PIECE: [link]

There's been some people requesting for a tutorial on my last picture, GAME ON, but it's waaaay too big of a piece for me to explain step-by-step. Instead, I made a more simple and compact walkthrough.

It's not a tutorial in that it won't teach you much. I just compiled some of the WIP shots together and added commentary to it, since I had much more to say about this drawing than I though OTL;;

There's about 200 some pictures and many, many steps that I left out of this walkthrough, but this was the bare basics of the making of GAME ON. Enjoy! 8D
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Atus2 Feb 14, 2014  Student
Hello, first of all: Great drawings :O!! What kind of paper brand and type fix best with copic in your opinion? The best paper that I've found is borden & riley paris bleedproof.
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jamberry-song Jan 8, 2014  Professional General Artist
That is really amazing; seriously amazing. Thank you so much for sharing part of the process with us!
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BronzeswordMLP Dec 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
omigosh
The determination and time on this.... 
I'm really impatient so I just... *dies*
*only knows some of the characters*
This thing is beautiful. 
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starling16 Nov 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
awesome
I admire your determination to spend the time needed on this ^^
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It was really interesting to see how you did all these and holy shit, you worked hard.   30 hours just in the sketch, you said, so the rest must have been... wow.  My attention span can't last more than half an hour, tops.  You are an amazing, amazing person.
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Discarbia Oct 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
great work! how did you get the edges of the paper not to show??
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riot-wild Feb 28, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I believe it was most likely done in photoshop or another art program by lining up the edges carefully, possibly even touching up the seem so as not to show
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Discarbia Mar 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
it sounds really likely! thanks :D 
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alexwindstorm Sep 30, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Nicely done!
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NintendBro Sep 3, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
you are now my favorite artist on deviantart. good work
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