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February 14, 2005
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.: mademoiselle valentine :. by vinegar .: mademoiselle valentine :. by vinegar
XD ... FULL VIEW is a must.. if you want to see some details.. the preview pic just eats it all.. :<

just a valentine pic, you know ^_~ bloddy hearts are always in fashion, i guess _^_

with a special dedication to ~ NachtStalker-Kaneda :blowkiss:

hope you'll like it ^_^''

btw.. i don't care about her wanky legs or stuff.. at least at this very moment, so you better like it and don't complain :giggle:

done in opencanvas on a pencil sketch.. i might make a tutorial out of this one actually..
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ManifestedSoul Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2012
Your work has been featured here [link] !! Keep up the good work! :iconhrtplz:
WickedStudioz Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012  Professional General Artist
This is awesome! I'd like to ask "Permission Of Use" for the International Valentine's Day issue! All proper credentials would be given, of course. So I have 2 questions for you; 1) May I use this image, and 2) What country are you from? Also, take a look at my page here on DeviantART. I went international for Halloween, too... That issue came out awesome! Hope to hear! ~Drew Henry, Founder [link] .
vinegar Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012
Thanks! Sure thing, although I do feel this piece is a bit of an old crap ;) And it's Poland.
PhoenixEverAfter Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
You are definatly right about full view. Amazing details!
DragonRose215 Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm looking for a drawing tablet, any good advice on them?
vinegar Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2010
any wacom. even the cheapest one. don't get anything else if you're serious about using it.
DragonRose215 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
^_^ Thanks.

So whats the difference between them?
vinegar Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2010
bamboo series are a bit worse than intuos, which are considered professional. Graphire are in the middle, but they are no longer produced (you can still get them on ebay or something). Still, even wacom bamboo would be much better than any other average tablet. Wacoms have battery free pen, are much more precise and stable than any other company. Also there's no problem with drivers for them and most gfx programs are written to work with wacoms, they may not support that well any other tablet.

I worked on Graphire for few years (A6 - smallest size), now on Intuos A5 (intuos 3 at home, intuos 4 at work). Even though they are a bit better than graphire I wouldn't say the difference is that big. But the difference between graphire and my previous Pentagram tablet (not Wacom) was HUGE.

So I'd say go get cheapest Bamboo and see how it works for you. They're quite cheap. If it works for you, you can get Intuos soon and have a backup one. If not - you won't spend that much money on it anyway ;)
DragonRose215 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks ^^ I just got a bamboo fun :) Can't wait to get it.
vinegar Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2010
let me know how it goes :D
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