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AT: Welcome to My World by Leithster AT: Welcome to My World by Leithster
I think you'll like it here

My half of an Art Trade with the amazing :iconitsover900o:! ;v; This is her character Plag'ue Nyhtmaere, who is SO FUN to draw!

ohmdfhjsdjhm perspective is hard, hope I didn't do too bad though ;A;
Also the "Alice: Madness Returns" soundtrack was perfect to listen to while drawing this <3

But I hope this is okay, and I hope you like it! Thank you so much for trading with me aaaahh :'D

Plag'ue Nyhtmaere (c) ItsOver900O
Art (c) Myself
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nuclearflytrap Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
is this TRADITIONALLY drawn? wow omg 
awesome style 
Leithster Featured By Owner 21 hours ago  Student General Artist
Yes it is! :> I did some minor digital editing, such as blurring, but other than that it's all copic marker and colored pencils!
Thank you so much!
DracoPhobos Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
how'd you blur the leaves in the foreground?
Leithster Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Student General Artist
I just opened the picture in Photoshop, and used the Blur tool. (:
DracoPhobos Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
oh cool!
Vespur Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Was this colored or digital, for me not to tell is good. ^^
I like the perspective and the way the colors are. The detail is wonderful in the coloring and
find myself looking back at it. ^^
Leithster Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014  Student General Artist
This is colored traditionally! ;v; I used Photoshop to add a blur effect to a few areas, but other than that it's drawn with Copic Markers and colored pencils!
And thank you so much, that means a lot!
Vespur Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014  Student Digital Artist
That is amazing. The colors and everything on this piece almost made it appear digital
but then after looking at it I thought traditional. Though couldn't be sure. ^^ I like the blur
effect used and just surprised. Did you lineart this piece or did you pencil, and color straight after?
Just curious since I can't seen to find lineart for it. Also you're very welcome. ^^
Leithster Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014  Student General Artist
Thank you so much! I'm really glad you think so, your compliments mean a lot! ^^
And yup, there is very thin lineart there! I used my smallest pen to do it, so it's rather difficult to see. :'D If you look closely at his hand and face though, you can see the lines just a little bit! ^^
Vespur Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014  Student Digital Artist
You're very welcome. ^^ Awe, I am glad they mean so much to you.
I am surprised. My lineart is used with a Sharpie at ultra fine point,
but it still doesn't ever reach that level of sharpness as I noticed with your lineart.
Man, I am wondering what you used lol. ^^" Also the coloring is very neat and not
very bold. Just a good amount that makes it appear digital paint and not even colored.
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