Junicorn 2022 :: #24 :: Stars
Junicorn 2022 :: #24 :: Stars by Ainsley (@snowhawk)

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Day 24: Stars

Playing catch-up, so you get 2 today. :D

This is kind of a revamp of an old form of the character that would eventually become Helaine/Nytehawk. It was a story thing back then, but I can't recall why...

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Furry / Anthropomorphic
222 days and 4 hours ago
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Posted: Tuesday, 12 July, 2022 @ 09:10 AM

A bummer you can't recall the story bit. She's beautiful. How do you get that super soft look in the main and tail of your characters?

Posted: Tuesday, 12 July, 2022 @ 12:51 PM

@Chaos-Mirror: For this newer style of shading/highlighting, I use a brush meant to make fur strokes, them blend with a shader brush. Both of these I found in the Clip Studio asset store. I can get the names for them when I'm at my PC again. :3

Posted: Wednesday, 13 July, 2022 @ 09:19 AM

@snowhawk: Shader brush? Are they like the typical solid or fuzzy brush? Eager to know which brushes they are. ^^ Wonder if Clip Studio brushes can be integrated into GIMP...will have to look into that.

Posted: Wednesday, 13 July, 2022 @ 01:08 PM

@Chaos-Mirror: Not quite why my brain typed shader when I meant blender, though neither of those is what the brush is called... Its been way too hot lately x_x

This is the hair brush I generally use for shading/highlighting now: And this is the brush I use to blend things out:

I don't know if either can be put into GIMP. That'd be a search for Google.

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