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big bad bear by Sunfreak big bad bear by Sunfreak
Commission for :iconchaos2112:; just a reference shot of one of her ATLA OCs. His name is Kuma, he's Southern Water Tribe, and he maybe-doesn't-always get along with Hakoda. >_> It is surprisingly hard to design men's Water Tribe clothes. Oddly though I always forget that until I have to do it again.

Also, I didn't have to ink this picture before I colored it, and that makes me unspeakably happy. THANK YOU FOR EXPLAINING MULTIPLY, ~askerian, ILU SO MUCH. <3 <3 <3

Looking at it now, though, it looks a lot sketchier than I remember it being. *eyes it thoughtfully*
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SweetVenom94 Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool drawing. I like it
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creepella Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2011
Really good job drawing him. His costume is so fitting that he could totally be placed right into the series and blend well with all the other characters.
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Chaos2112 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2011
It is a bit sketchy, but I like the design. You are so easy to work with on those. <3 Lovelovelove his hair so much, prrr.
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Sunfreak Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2011
Awww, thank you darling, I am glad you think so. <3 You are easy to design for!

Also I'm still so amused you chose THAT hair. *grins*
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Chaos2112 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2011
It is the AWESOME hair. :D
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violet-plude Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2011
You did a great job with his design! He looks fantastic.

How did you not ink him? Did you use that thing in Illustrator?
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Sunfreak Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2011
Thank you! <3

I . . . um, I don't really know what Illustrator is? >_> I used Multiply in Photoshop and colored underneath the layer.
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violet-plude Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2011
So you... multiplyed the base layer and put it on top again and then made it semi transparent?

Illustrator is another prog that came with our Photoshop. It is good for making outlines, but it takes forever... depending...
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Sunfreak Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2011
I used Multiply (not Duplicate, to clarify) on the layer the sketch was on, created a new layer underneath it, and then colored on the underneath layer. I didn't have to make anything semi-transparent; Multiply did it for me.

Ahhh, I see. I believe I've heard of it, but definitely never used it.
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