Thursday, August 1, 2013

Shamanized by FurryTheOwl

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22 comments:

  1. How did you do that? Thats is so cool!
    ~guardiansofgahoole101

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    1. Never heard of digital art?

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    2. I took my panda snapshot, and just shamanized it ^-^ It took a while but it was really fun :D The hardest part was picking out the colors! There are like a billion and more to come ^-^

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  2. Thats so cool!!

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  3. how did you get all those tiny details!?!

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    1. Never heard of zooming in?

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    2. it was quite hard I had to undo a lot XD and yes, you can use zoom in ^-^
      Hope I helped :)

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  4. Wow! That is AWESOME!!! *O* What program did you use? :o

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    1. You can use any program that has layers, a brush, and allows you to paste an image into it.

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    2. I used paint, it works for me best XD

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    1. It's like a shaman from Transformice.. well a little. And please, there's no need to cuss. Most people on this blog are 9-12 years old, myself included. Oh and if those replies are yours up there ^^ they aren't very nice. People are just admiring your art work.

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    2. I agree that those comments aren't really nice :c

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  6. that's impressive! I know how to do something sort of that with paint, but man the DETAILS. That's Great! I love the wave armband!

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  7. I love the design, it's so detailed! Each little dot and triangle must have taken a long time...

    ~ShadowCharizard

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    1. Pfffftt, yeah right. How long exactly does it take to draw a single triangle on a layer over the picture?

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    2. Let's see you draw a REALLY detailed art work. THEN talk :L I mean this took me over 3 hours and all you do is disrespect :L

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  8. Whoa! That's pretty awesome! To take a normal player and make it filled with Jammasian Culture!

    Cheers, Sriha123

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    1. Thanks ^-^
      I hope to see your artwork someday ^-^

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