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doodlin' 2 by Discommunicator doodlin' 2 by Discommunicator
casual Princess Celestia
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ArtWithoutPrediction Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013  Professional Artist
Joey-Darkmeat Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
So big and snuggable in a sweater >//w//< those hair-highlights are freaking amazing by the way O.O
muffinexplosion Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Love the colors in her mane. And this mischievous look.
FlyingRam Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2012
Love how you color her hair in this.
Sonikku-Otaku Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012
Celestia in a hoodie? AND WEARING A SCRUNCHIE?! Not without me faving it! >:3
Errick Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2012
Oo neato.

>le watch
L4m3ness Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2012
Hm, I remember someone saying "Oh my god, someone please buy this guy a (better) scanner!". The dark stains on top and bottom are so unnecessary :\ It's sad to see your lovely images suffer from such a basic technical problem.
Discommunicator Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2012
I intentionally add those vignettings 'cause I think that would lead watchers' eyes to the center point.
then it looks like bad technical stains? oh my Celestia.
I use my cell phones' built-in camera only. not scanners - have none of them - buy me some good scanner please :l
Anyway, thanks for the notice. I gotta fix it.
L4m3ness Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2012
Also [link] , the section about "Clean up the scan with a Levels Adjustment" - this, however, only works if the differences caused by stray light during digitizing aren't too big. I remember having tried this with your Fluttershy image a while back, but it didn't work well. If the contrast caused by stray light is much bigger than the contrast you're using in your drawing, this just won't work :\
L4m3ness Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2012
*scratches his head* Ok, now I'm confused and I'm not 100% sure what of those is on purpose and what not. You see, normally a white (paper) background should be... white (such as in [link] or many images in, unless it's not intended for artistically reasons.

But often times this is actually unintended and comes from stray light falling into the image scanner. It's the same as if you use a copier and don't make sure you have a homogeneous white/black/whatever background behind the object you try to photocopy, but instead get stray day light falling in (as in this image here: [link] or [link]).

The vignettes in all four corners of [link] for example look rather intentional to me. The unevenness of the white in [link] and [link] , however, looks rather accidental.

As far as I know cell phone cameras cause similar problems, so yeah, that could pretty much be the reason. I guess it won't have a built-in flash? So maybe you could try to make sure you got a strong, even light-source illuminate the drawing you what to digitize. Or alternatively, just get something (such as a multifunction printer etc combo) with an image scanner inside, which doesn't seem to be really expensive anymore nowadays.
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