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Art Corner ~ Share, Comment and Critique!
Hello! I have made this new discussion as an "Art Corner"
. Here you can share your WIPs (Work In Progress) or other live2D art! Also, if you're ready, you can also post a request for a critique on your live2D art!
- I recommend downloading "Gyazo" (https://gyazo.com/). I find it to be a very useful tool for instant screen capture. It is also free. You can also make .gifs! It's a very fast and easy tool for sharing small parts of your work. Here is an example of something I have captured with Gyazo:
I will start then!
I am working on an indie game (a dating sim), and an artist on my team made art for one of the characters to use with Live2D, but without some details. I will add a face, color, animation, etc to her work later. In preparation for me to color it, she has separated the lineart into parts, and added a gray "base" to each of them.
I think that the result is very interesting to share, because it shows in different tones in gray the different individual parts of art that has been prepared to be used with live2d - something that you cannot see with regular art. For example, you can see how her hair and torso has been separated into smaller parts.