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True Love Never Dies
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This was actually my idea for a photo that was describing to me one night before bed. I gotta say my imagination went wild at the thought of what i was gonna draw. She said that she would love to take a photo of a couple kissing but the man would be of Paris and the womans' Chicago. When i was drawing this i LITERALLY did not use EVEN ONCE TO RULER NOR ERASER. Just check my favorite personal quote and see what i mean. Make sure you guys zoom in on the drawing so i can show you what i mean by there being no incorrect lines.

These were the photos and person that helped me create this masterpiece ...

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Chicago Lights@ Jessica-Joy
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What a lovely picture. First off, let me congratulate you on the complex lines done without erasing even once, that is a pretty amazing achievement. This picture has some really nice perspective and proportions, you did a really good job with the visualization of just how far everything in the background is. While the French side is amazing, I really like the Chicago side, the buildings are really bold and the depth of all of them is executed amazingly. Upon zooming in, I really see all the determination and hard work that was put into this piece, You call this a masterpiece and I could not agree more. There is so much small details that you would miss out on unless you really look up close. I like the way that the picture divides into two different zones with them being the border, it is a nice choice and something I haven't see done this well. I am honestly impressed that you have all of these small details done so well, and there is no mistakes, not even a smudge mark. As said before, this is a really impressive and astounding piece, Good job
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Ok, so you didn't use a ruler huh? Thats... Incredible to think about.

So at first glance, this picture made me amazed when looking at it. It was so elegant, and adorable. Naturally my slow mind dint realize the background thing until i read the description. And once i looked back up at the picture it came to life before my very eyes.
So, i analyzed the lines and i can tell you weren't lieing . If you used a ruler the line strokes would have a small overly neat effect, but i dont see that anywhere. That adds a top level of skill to this piece. Normally seeing your art being things of your medieval universe, i am hyperly impressed that this picture looks so cool. The way you cut it in half, but transitioned so smoothly between Chicago and France looks stunning. The detail in the background is incredible. I can tell this was a hard amount of work, and work well done. The trees on the France side are very pretty, which is complemented on the other half of the picture, by the water in Chicago.
The water is one of my favorite parts of the background. It looks like one could jump in.
The use of Hues in your shading giving one half of the picture (France) Lighter hues, and the Chicago half darker Hues is well done, and does an excellent job at popping out the main characters.

Speaking of which, the pose you chose for this kiss scene is beautiful, and very well pulled off. I like the way that they are holding hands right where the middle line is. The way the guy is holding the girl in close for this is well executed. (Slyth stupid question incoming: If the guy is in France... Is he french kissing her? 8-) ). I like the way the girl is standing on her tippy toes to reach up into the kiss. The difficulty of drawling two people kissing is pretty difficult. I normally have to pull up a reference of anime characters when i draw kiss scenes cause im never sure how to draw the faces doing that action. You make it look like it was a cake walk :lol: . Very romantic, i could stare at this kiss seen for hours thinking about the depth to this image.

I like the symbolism i interpret from this picture, of when love is strong enough, it doesn't matter how far apart true lovers are separated, they will always love etch other, and never give up on their special bond!

Amazing job! This is truly a Master piece! I didn't know you could draw romantic scenes as well as you can draw combat and other stuff, but i am genuinely impressed. I cant wait to see your next art piece! Its always splendid to observe and fun to observe! Big Grin
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Thank you so much for someone FINALLY sees the passion and love i put unto every single drawing. It took me 3 days to do all of it. I shit you not finished it at 11:59pm on the dot!! Because my goal was to have it done by yesterday and no excuses. For my artwork i want people to think of a painting with comic/manga influences thats why i call my style "FUSION" because its a conjoined style of three. I truly feel that this drawing will lead to my fame. If it doesnt then im just going to create more for fun in hopes of one day being saught out as a Legend in the comic book scene. Please feel free to SHARE my artwork on ANY SOCIAL MEDIA APPS. THIS GOES FOR EVERYONE. Let people know im out there. I love you all thanks for the IMMENSE support and motivation.





<QUOTE author="boomflargadude" post_id="7503" time="1535920748" user_id="246">
boomflargadude post_id=7503 time=1535920748 user_id=246 Wrote:What a lovely picture. First off, let me congratulate you on the complex lines done without erasing even once, that is a pretty amazing achievement. This picture has some really nice perspective and proportions, you did a really good job with the visualization of just how far everything in the background is. While the French side is amazing, I really like the Chicago side, the buildings are really bold and the depth of all of them is executed amazingly. Upon zooming in, I really see all the determination and hard work that was put into this piece, You call this a masterpiece and I could not agree more. There is so much small details that you would miss out on unless you really look up close. I like the way that the picture divides into two different zones with them being the border, it is a nice choice and something I haven't see done this well. I am honestly impressed that you have all of these small details done so well, and there is no mistakes, not even a smudge mark. As said before, this is a really impressive and astounding piece, Good job
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I may not know your real name but woman you got such a way with words you made a veteran, a grown man cry. Thank you so much for the uplifting feedback. I just wish my wife would notice my talent and encourage it. But that's besides the point please like i said to Boom. PLEASE SHARE ANY AND ALL CONTENT ON ANY SOCIAL MEDIA APP/WEB. I need to be known already. I truly love your commentary its heart felt. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

P.S
I'm getting ready to upload our O.C's on deviantart but i will post here immediately after.





<QUOTE author="Slythpaw" post_id="7518" time="1535923976" user_id="711">
Slythpaw post_id=7518 time=1535923976 user_id=711 Wrote:Ok, so you didn't use a ruler huh? Thats... Incredible to think about.

So at first glance, this picture made me amazed when looking at it. It was so elegant, and adorable. Naturally my slow mind dint realize the background thing until i read the description. And once i looked back up at the picture it came to life before my very eyes.
So, i analyzed the lines and i can tell you weren't lieing . If you used a ruler the line strokes would have a small overly neat effect, but i dont see that anywhere. That adds a top level of skill to this piece. Normally seeing your art being things of your medieval universe, i am hyperly impressed that this picture looks so cool. The way you cut it in half, but transitioned so smoothly between Chicago and France looks stunning. The detail in the background is incredible. I can tell this was a hard amount of work, and work well done. The trees on the France side are very pretty, which is complemented on the other half of the picture, by the water in Chicago.
The water is one of my favorite parts of the background. It looks like one could jump in.
The use of Hues in your shading giving one half of the picture (France) Lighter hues, and the Chicago half darker Hues is well done, and does an excellent job at popping out the main characters.

Speaking of which, the pose you chose for this kiss scene is beautiful, and very well pulled off. I like the way that they are holding hands right where the middle line is. The way the guy is holding the girl in close for this is well executed. (Slyth stupid question incoming: If the guy is in France... Is he french kissing her? 8-) ). I like the way the girl is standing on her tippy toes to reach up into the kiss. The difficulty of drawling two people kissing is pretty difficult. I normally have to pull up a reference of anime characters when i draw kiss scenes cause im never sure how to draw the faces doing that action. You make it look like it was a cake walk :lol: . Very romantic, i could stare at this kiss seen for hours thinking about the depth to this image.

I like the symbolism i interpret from this picture, of when love is strong enough, it doesn't matter how far apart true lovers are separated, they will always love etch other, and never give up on their special bond!

Amazing job! This is truly a Master piece! I didn't know you could draw romantic scenes as well as you can draw combat and other stuff, but i am genuinely impressed. I cant wait to see your next art piece! Its always splendid to observe and fun to observe! Big Grin
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Insanely detailed. Keep it up <EMOJI seq="1f525">:fire:</EMOJI>
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Metalheadejie post_id=7551 time=1535931567 user_id=927 Wrote:I may not know your real name but woman you got such a way with words you made a veteran, a grown man cry. Thank you so much for the uplifting feedback. I just wish my wife would notice my talent and encourage it. But that's besides the point please like i said to Boom. PLEASE SHARE ANY AND ALL CONTENT ON ANY SOCIAL MEDIA APP/WEB. I need to be known already. I truly love your commentary its heart felt. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

P.S
I'm getting ready to upload our O.C's on deviantart but i will post here immediately after.
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As i say, a picture is worth a thousand words. And sure i might not always have all thousand words in my lexicon, i will use as much as i know to tell talented artist that they have skill, and should keep on making the art to their hearts content! And dont worry. Your wife probably appreciates your work deep down, but just doesn't express it out loud ^^

Id try to share it the best i can but... I dont really much into social media. My recommendation is to get on the Sw Discord and once you post a pic here, go over to the discord to help bring people to the site to give you feed back. I might not really do any reviews on the discord, i normally just hang around, but their is people their who can help give you more feedback and spread the word of your art.

Also, that picture of our Oc's was amazing!^^
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It took me 3 whole days to finish my wifes idea. But i finished it. Also i didnt use a ruler or eraser. Keep that in mind.


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TheRightJelly post_id=7572 time=1535937977 user_id=317 Wrote:Insanely detailed. Keep it up <EMOJI seq="1f525">:fire:</EMOJI>
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