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Powerpuff Tutorial, Page 9 by GeoffNET Powerpuff Tutorial, Page 9 by GeoffNET
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I know, I know, I should be working on the prizes for the Olympic contest... ^^;

I was just a little disappointed with the 8th page that I started working on the text for the 9th page right afterwards. Then I thought of a new way to align Blossom with the text, and after that, this page was all I could think of artistically for the last week. Though I did have a hard time thinking what Blossom could be saying and doing...until I realized this is the first time any arrows would point to something on her face, so I figured I'd "poke" fun at that. :meow:

Wow, is this page informative! To clarify the distance from the hairline to the centre of the eyes, 13mm is the typical distance I end up using when her head is tilted up or down, and I like 16mm when she's facing forward (since I always like to have the hairline curve, at least a little bit). Also, the side parts in her hair are usually right over the centre points of the eye circles, and all three "V" shapes are open-ended when she's facing forward at any angle.

Yay for four ellipses for limbs! :dummy:

Okay, now I should work on those prizes...
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:iconbabypeachblossom:
babypeachblossom Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
so cute when she's laughing! :D
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smithandcompanytoons Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2013   Digital Artist
LOL, Seems Blossom found those arrows ticklish. XD
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SportyArtist Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
When's the next one? This is awesome!
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rubybyler Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013
thx for the tips
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GeoffNET Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome—more to come (hopefully soon)! =D
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GothicBlueEyes Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013  Student Digital Artist
i was wondering, are you also gonna have a page on the different line sizes you use for the outlines for their bodies? Like I notice that you use thicker lines on the head and smaller on basically everything else. Do you have a certain size you use?
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GeoffNET Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I probably will, towards the end.

Yes, I do, but it does vary from time to time. The eye outlines are always the thinnest (call that 1x), then the internal body lines (like dresses and open mouths) are about 2x, the external body outline is about 3x, and the head is about 5x. Accessories like Blossom's bow are usually 3-4x.

But these can change if I feel like experimenting. For example, these tutorials have the eyes at 1x, mouth at 1.5x, all other body lines at 2x, and the head about 3x, but the order of thinnest to thickest is always the same.

Hopefully that helps and is not confusing. ^^;
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GothicBlueEyes Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013  Student Digital Artist
no, that wasn't confusing at all. :D thank you!! I'm working on a comic series that I've been trying to work on for maybe two years and finally I'm going to try and do it all. I tried making an animation on it but kept loosing the files. so now I'm just working on normal comic panels.
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GeoffNET Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome! Good luck =D
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GothicBlueEyes Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013  Student Digital Artist
thank you! Funny, i use to suck at backgrounds for comic panels but now, I'm better at that then drawing the foreground. haha. that's why i need as much help as possible, that's why i asked you, i want everything to look perfect. :)
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