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Done with watercolors.
Works in progress here: Lilithia (Moongazer) Walkthrough
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:iconclampigirl:
Clampigirl Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:heart: :+fav:
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:iconangelicdemonz:
angelicdemonz Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2008  Student
hehe very nice :D
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:iconnicolo37:
Nicolo37 Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2008
Beautiful, I love the colors and the little star like objects circling her.
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:iconnyuu9:
nyuu9 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2008  Student Digital Artist
just beautiful!!! i am taking paint lessons right now but i don't think i can get as good as you!!
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:iconpeannlui:
peannlui Featured By Owner May 25, 2008  Professional General Artist
Saw this thru the Manga Revolution Tutorial: the watercolours look fantastic... it makes it very retro-looking, like a cover from a girl's manga printed 20 years ago... but that's not a bad thing, is it!? Considering how much people rely on digital nowadays. :) :heart:
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner May 26, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you :)
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:icondina-n1:
Dina-n1 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
wooooooooooow really amazin painting i've never thought that watercolors
could be that much WANDERFUL :wow:... u've done great work :clap::clap:

the tutorial was sooo great ..:bow:

:+fav: :love:

bye bye ..:wave:
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:iconmalteselizziemcgee:
MalteseLizzieMcGee Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2008   Traditional Artist
How do you stop the paper from wrinkling? Do you sue heavy-weight paper or do you stretch it first?
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
XD Mostly I stretch it.
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:iconguttergoo:
Guttergoo Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2007  Student Filmographer
Ooh, very lovely.
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:iconmiss-eclipse:
Miss-Eclipse Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2007
:boing: Me Like! :boing:
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:iconmoonangel21:
moonangel21 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2007
wow!! I saw the tutorial and I loved it!! it came out sooo amazing and I admire your patience!! whenever I paint with watercolor I get impatient and I never let them dry, the result: a royal dissaster!! ^^; ^^; anyway amazing job!!!
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you :)
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:iconmoonangel21:
moonangel21 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2007
np :D
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:iconxbrokenabyss:
xbrokenabyss Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2007
Hey!
I'm one of the very, very many girls who met you at AWA today.
You art is amazing!
:D
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for dropping by ^_^!!!
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:iconxbrokenabyss:
xbrokenabyss Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2007
You're very welcome!
:D
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DianneDejarjayes Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2007   Digital Artist
You draw it by watercolor? you mean the one with brush ^^; byt hand? a traditional way? ^^;

You really great artist ^^ I LOVE ALL YOUR ART ^^
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
This is traditional watercolors, yes :) Thanks.
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:icondiannedejarjayes:
DianneDejarjayes Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2007   Digital Artist
aww really.... WOW... You so great :D
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:iconmoshimoshikatie:
moshimoshikatie Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2007
*Stares and faves* God, that's gorgeous! That's all I can say! It left me speechless! :D
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you :)
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:icongreenfairy87:
greenfairy87 Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2007  Hobbyist Filmographer
The purple and blue watercolors remind me so much of what the galaxy looks like. I wonder if this is what lies in the center of the universe...
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:icondancing-pinky-flower:
Holy crap. *Stares* I was on MangaRevolution and was looking through all your tutorials and this one totally popped out. You're inspiring and (since I don't have an account there), I'd like to tell you how much I appreciate you taking the time to explain and show people like me how to draw. And paint. And show your skillizzies (Did I just type that? O.o). You are amazing and I love your work. Actually, I adore it and you. Did that sound creepy? Oh well. It doesn't matter because I'm tired and bouncy at the same time.

You totally rock. :heart: Thank you so much. No. Really.
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
I'm just glad the tutorials help :) :hug: :hug: Thank you!!
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:iconlds-artist:
lds-artist Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2007
Do you make up the image in your head before you paint it, or is it a picture/anime/any reference?
I tend to try to go too realistic to just be satisfied with watercolors working this way..lol
But now that I've seen the Walkthrough I think I might try doing this :)
It is really gorgeous, I know i'm just repeating a lot of what has been said but it is. The only problem is keeping it away from my 1 yr old's hands while it's drying. I live int he UK with a LOT of rain so leaving it outside is likely to wash the whole picture away! LOL
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
I have some reference before starting, but the concept is usually mine. For this picture, te commissioner suggested it :) And ooo keep your child away from wet paintings.. bad idea XD! Keep it on a shelf or something.
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Kokitsune-Koyuki Featured By Owner May 24, 2007
You did say questions and feedback were welcomed... :o You didn't mention the one thing I wanted to know most! You just kind of did it without telling how! T-T How did you cover up the spots where the background bled into hair, etc? I can't get new paint to cover it!
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner May 24, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
To cover the spots, I used gouache plakat white.
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:iconkokitsune-koyuki:
Kokitsune-Koyuki Featured By Owner May 25, 2007
O.O Oh. You can paint over that? I've been using ceramic paint because I have that, and I can't afford to buy anything.
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner May 25, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
XD You can't replace ceramic paint with watercolors, watercolors is unique.
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:iconkokitsune-koyuki:
Kokitsune-Koyuki Featured By Owner May 25, 2007
Nooo, that's not what I mean. Ew, ceramic paint would look terrible anyway. I mean for the white... guache? paint.
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:iconkrystal198:
krystal198 Featured By Owner May 4, 2007
Wow, this is amazing! I have a question, how do you keep the skin so clean? Or rather, how do you manage to keep the colours from bleeding into one another?
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner May 18, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks :) The parts that should be kept clean, should be kept dry. So the wet colors will not bleed into the dry part.
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:iconkrystal198:
krystal198 Featured By Owner May 18, 2007
oh i see! thank you! Uh, I have one more question (sorry!) How thick is the paint when you apply it to the paper? is it very fluid (like water) or thicker?
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner May 18, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
If I want the paint to be dark, it is thick. If I want it to be lighter, I dilute it more :) Watercolors is very flexible!
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:iconkrystal198:
krystal198 Featured By Owner May 18, 2007
oh i see. Thank you very much!
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:iconaral3d:
Aral3D Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Gorgeous work!!!:wow:
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:iconhero-esque:
Hero-esque Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2007
I love the soft look you put into this picture with the watercolors and how it still stands out though. The background is amazing, the girl is drawn amazingly and everything is just pretty much well... Amazing!
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! :)
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:icongothicmennace:
gothicmennace Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2007
Wow, I saw your tutorial for this, and this image is beautiful! The colours are absolutely amazing, the hair is beautiful, and the moon looks as if it is glowing. Its overall fantastic, I MUST add this to my favorites. ^_^
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you :)
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:icongothicmennace:
gothicmennace Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2007
You're welcome! ^_^
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:iconinspyretash:
inspyretash Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2007
Another beautiful piece.
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:iconsabrina-sarder:
sabrina-sarder Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2007   Photographer
Now that's beautiful.
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:iconamberart-eyes:
AmberArt-Eyes Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2007
Very soft and lovely. Nicely done!
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:iconmasked-avenger:
masked-avenger Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2007  Hobbyist Filmographer
i :+fav: now
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:iconpirhanawasteland:
pirhanawasteland Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007
Very pretty colors, is it entirely traditional media? Impressive!
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:iconluciole:
luciole Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Yes it is :) Thanks!
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:iconjazz-jackass:
jazz-jackass Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007
your whooolllee artwork is just so beautiful!! how do you draw like that? you muusstt tell me!!!! i love your artwork so much!
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