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Frost-talent fairy Gliss (from Tinkerbell and the Secret of the Wings)

Frost-talent fairy Gliss (from Tinkerbell and the Secret of the Wings)

Frost-talent fairy Gliss (from Tinkerbell and the Secret of the Wings) by liggybird
Frost-talent fairy Gliss (from Tinkerbell and the Secret of the Wings) by liggybird

Description

Description
liggybird
I wanted to try drawing another of one of the winter fairies from this amazing film and (apart from Periwinkle) Gliss is probably my favourite. The screen shot I used as a reference for this drawing also has Gliss's friend Spike on, so (if I can do a good enough drawing) I'm hoping to add Spike to the left of Gliss for you in the not too distant future. I'm pleased with how this turned out. I have used 'auto levels' to boost the contrast.  Hope you like this. ^^

General Info

General Info
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Category Movies » - Disney Movies
Date Submitted
Views 750
Favorites... 1
Vote Score 2
Comments 2
Media Graphite pencil
Time Taken 3.5 hours
Reference Screenshot from a Youtube video

Comments

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No_Name on January 7, 2013, 3:54:22 PM

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No_NameBeautiful!

This is a fantastic shading job with graphite, so I can understand why you needed to use levels to help make the picture show more. It must have been difficult with the wings though. Some of the strands do also come out alittle to sharp. Don't be afraid to play with the levels, contrast, and hue a bit. You maybe pleased with the effects.

Keep up the great work!

liggybird on January 7, 2013, 4:45:58 PM

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liggybirdThank you for favouriting this drawing and for your thoughtful comments and suggestions. I agree that the strands in her wings have come out quite heavy, but in this case I don't think I mind since it helps make the wings more noticeable. (In the original screenshot the wings are transparent with soft-edged, white strands. Also there are frosty ferns behind them which make them even harder to distinguish!) ^^