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Saucy
Saucy's Gallery (1978)

IT LOOKS MUCH BETTER IRL BUT

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by Saucy
IN THE END
Her wrists look like they're broken
Muyu Ref Sheet
[coloured sketch] katashi25
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and now a purple cat!
Badass pokemons
+2
(even though I messed up a little with the cropping on the lower part)
I
WANTED TO MAKE ONE
for the con (What The Fur)

B) it watercolour because I cAN.
BUT I USED THE WRONG COLOUR FOR THE EYES BECAUSE OF BAD LIGHTING. I realized only when it was too late.
I MIGHT OFFER THESE LIKE
for people who can attend
or like as on site commissions
stuff

It's about 3"x5" because I just didn't know what size to make it woops

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badge 6,868, chimera 2,958, genderless 1,572, con badge 138
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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 5 years, 3 months ago
Rating: General

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NeksusCat
5 years, 3 months ago
Everything that been made irl looks better irl, unless scanned.
Saucy
5 years, 3 months ago
scanning watercolour is usually a terrible :v
the colours get messed up
alphamule
5 years, 3 months ago
Seriously, scanners are evil without some kind of overscan (48-bit color or interpolation while downsizing) & pallet conversion (color correction).  They have a very unusual light spectrum in their bulbs.

It could be worse though - you could be like Van Gogh likely was.  Imagine hand-mixing earth tones multiple times with 2-color vision.  Hey, they had the same greylevel across the Red-Green channel!  XD  Wonder what effect character design references with pallets have.

Saucy
5 years, 3 months ago
oh man I don't know if I'd be able to deal with that!  O: I did see something about pictures edited to look like different colour vision, it was pretty interesting!
alphamule
5 years, 3 months ago
Oh, & the 2-line (typical) camera in them can see UV & IR.  Really should use colored transparencies or replace the bulb with light-emitting diodes?  :/
Saucy
5 years, 3 months ago
' A') I really wish I could answer that question, but I know nothing about how cameras work
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