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Chameleon Kid on Dec. 7, 2008
at 1:18AM, Dec. 17, 2008
Sorry for 'sploding your brain--I often have that effect on people, but usually for different reasons. (Mainly a rocket launcher aimed at head level.) *lol* ;)
at 6:15AM, Dec. 11, 2008
at 6:14AM, Dec. 11, 2008
at 1:24AM, Dec. 11, 2008
Steely Gaze: All will be made clear soon! 8D (man, I keep forgetting you're not in the loop with this comic...I'm so used to you knowing what will happen before everyone else--it's weird.) ^_^'
Antcomics: Don't I know it! I would LOVE to be able to thump people from farther away. Much safer and less chance of getting thumped back. =p *I'm all about efficiency*
at 7:24AM, Dec. 8, 2008
it's the return of KA-BONK!! YAY!
Nice fist trick. I wish I could thump someone in the head from a few feet away like that. Handy skill, that.
at 6:44AM, Dec. 8, 2008
Ha, ha! Lucky's last line cracked me up! It's smackdown time!
But...I wonder, why was Lucky so worried about being recognized? Do they know him from somewhere? Hmm....
at 1:42AM, Dec. 8, 2008
Rain storm: Thank you! (I'm starting to get tired of DRAWING his eyes. Be they black, or pink swirlies.) XD
Flup: *takes deep breath for long explanation* Let's see...First I started with a gradient for the background. Then I had downloaded some free manga tones for the GIMP a few months back *when I downloaded a bunch of brushes* And I used a "Focus" one...(Uhh, No. 7 maybe? I can't remember which.) But It used them all in a repeating pattern, so I cut out one large rectangle with the line pattern you subtly see here, and I had to use the scale tool to scale it to the size of my panel. (which was the longest bit, since my panel was crooked and I couldn't figure out how large to scale it.) Then once it was in place, I erased any excess which was going over the border of the panel--which there was. A lot of too, I might add--And THEN I set the whole layer opacity *since I had the manga "focus" on a separate layer* lower, so that it was semi-transparent. (Then I used Gaussian Blur since the black lines looked REALLY jagged. (They didn't scale all that well.) Lastly I added a spherical gradient using the semi-transparent one to put around Lucky. Finishing off by adding a layer below our li'l leprechaun friend and painting a white outline around him. Which I then blurred to an insane degree using the Gaussian Blur. *and getting the nice glowy look around him*
Wish I could show you all a step-by-step of how I do things...but that's usually impossible since I work on a laptop and have to keep merging down my separate layers. (Laptops are many things, but they're NOT made to handle picture manipulation very well.) ^_^;
at 11:07PM, Dec. 7, 2008
Eep! How'd you do that effect in the last panel?
at 10:46PM, Dec. 7, 2008
Poor leprechaun. His eyes are starting to freak me out though O_o