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Kurapika by uniqueguy Kurapika by uniqueguy
Another HunterxHunter drawings (yay :la:)
This one is Kurapika, and he... He's kinda awesome (obviously :P). I actually drew this over a few days so I didn't really rush this as much as I usually do. :X
Also my lighter blue marker ran out exactly as I finished, I love it when things go just perfect! =D
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GoPokeball Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2013
I really like the coloring yu did. What kind of markers dd you use?
Also, the chains have so much detail! Looks really great.
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uniqueguy Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2013  Student General Artist
Thanks a lot, I really appreciate it! =D
I used copic markers, they are pretty expensive but quite nice.
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GoPokeball Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2013
No problem at all! =)
I tried some Copic markers out at the craft store a while back. They were amazing.
Currently I'm the proud owner of one single Prisma Color marker.
Copic had colors I needed that Prisma didn't.
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uniqueguy Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2013  Student General Artist
Well as far as I know Prisma Color markers are a little paler while Copics are much brighter... I kinda wanna see what Prisma colors are like now :P
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GoPokeball Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2013
This will probably sound crazy, but Prisma Color seems.. watery? Not so much paler as much as a different consistency. There isn't much of a variety to flesh tones, unfortunately. 'Peach' is the marker I have and use for skin tones. It is darker than I need for it to be, though.
Their color pencils, which I also have one of, are very decent. I have a set of Artist Loft color pencils as well, which are useless for the most part. The texture they leave is very tacky and doesn't get good coverage.
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uniqueguy Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2013  Student General Artist
Watery? Sounds like a pain, I'm sure it will leave marks as you draw (like brush lines :P), but it's probably quite good for blending with.

You should try to invest in some Faber-Castell pencils, I've heard they are quite good. If you feel like sticking with colouring pencils you might as well get the best ones :X
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Tehlildevil Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I really like the apple. It has alot of detail. Good job dude
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uniqueguy Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2013  Student General Artist
If you see an apple I suggest you visit your nearest mental hospital... Permanently!
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Cbisho01 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2013
This looks kool man. You should edit out the blue marker drips on the arm and hand tho lol. Did you do this with a reference or no? It is proportioned quite well.
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uniqueguy Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2013  Student General Artist
Hey, thanks a lot! =D
I actually did use reference for this; there was an image which looked almost like mine, but just different in a few ways. I changed it around to suit what I wanted. :P

Also as for the blue drips, they will stay there as a sign of my failure so I shall never do it again! :X
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