Alzeta Kelekona

Daiteen, first attempt
Daiteen, first attempt by @aliceii (Alzeta Kelekona)

Fanart for Amelia Stoner, because she's a bleepin' Art Godess, and a huge inspiration to me. Besides, Daiteen is just as much an obsession of mine as zebra stripes. Did this back in January, on the 1st, so it's a bit old and whatnot. It was the first completed image in my sketchbook I got for Christmas.

People have asked why I don't do drawings like this all the time... well, I'm not a creative person. I need to see things in front of me to draw them well. Amelia doesn't seem to have this problem at all, and so her work provides me with a great reference to work with. I might just study her work for a while... see what comes of it. I think it's safe to call myself a fan.

Image © Hakii 2003 Daiteen © Amelia Stoner

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Posted: Thursday, 21 August, 2003 @ 11:00 AM

Maybe you can learn from other images and become more creative that way. After looking at other pictures and 'copying' (well, not really copying) them, you sort of get an archive of lots of different things, giving you more to choose from when you want to create something. At least, that's how it worked out for me...

anyway, picture. the drooly stuffs are well done, though maybe you could add some in front of the tongue (which is well done too, i might add) The fold marks on the skin are good too.

i think i remember seeing Amelia's stuff a long time ago. Yummy stuff ^^ i can see why she's got a fan. ^^

Posted: Friday, 22 August, 2003 @ 05:09 PM

wow this is awesome!! I love this

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