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I made this for people who were interested to know how I developed my style, at first I was about to post a standard FAQ but then ended up with this idea, so I hope it's gonna be more useful with illustrations and a bit of history and such :3
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AbsoluteApril Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2012
wow this is great showcase of how your style has changed and improved, so much growth in such a short time! Wonderful stuff, thank you for posting.
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purplemeercat Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2012  Professional Artist
My earnest hope is that this enlightening meowmoir will turn out to be Chapter One of many more!
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GSnail Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
this was very enlightening. And the Bow&arrow girl at the beginning made me laugh so much, what a cool idea!
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Shieru-Sama Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
That is brilliant!!
I've always loved your work! that is so amazing and you are SO talented!
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Shrakta Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2011  Hobbyist
Thank you, for doing this!
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taiknight Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2011
what is the name of the author of the contortion stories you talk about?
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LogoVogo Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
It was a real pleasure to read your Meowmoirs ;)
They are very well written and demonstrative. And most of all so inspiring :D
It's always very interesting to see the development of an artist over the years, but rarely find it so well presented as yours. Thanks a lot for all your effort and sharing :heart:
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SparklinBurgndy Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I really enjoyed reading this, if it makes you feel any better.
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Angelus-Tenebrae Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I've found a compromise between lineart and no lineart--you can leave the lineart in, but recolor it so that it basically blends into your image and it appears like it's not really there. Don't know if that makes you more comfortable or not, but it works for me. I used to spend lots of time reworking the lines and removing them--it is hard work, so I know what you mean. There is still a small difference between blending lineart and removing it completely--I've noticed some small details that were slightly better in some of my own pieces where I reworked the lineart completely.
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Miyavi-Addict Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2010
I'm so inspireddddd~
You've really opened my eyes to contortion art.
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