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Re: Drawing Home avatars

May 5, 2013
Thank you for the nice comments, i will try to draw the next one around the middle of the next week
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I wonder if the Kudo meter can go over 99. Woman Surprised lol 

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I don't know, but I'll add mine. Current count to OP 79.

 

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VioletWinds wrote:

PinkJulia wrote:
Its only been fun for me so far! Im sure Al didnt mean anything bad

Creating cartoony characters starting from avatars pictures is pretty fun and i love looking at the details of the outfits, every one of them tells something about people personality, and i try to take that in consideration while drawin

See? I said she was nicer. (No surprise.)

Keep up the great work, Julia -- until you're bored with it and then move on knowing you did a great job.


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May 8, 2013

Your a really good artist Julia! A lot of great pics here. Man Happy

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May 10, 2013

Nice to meet you today at Acorn Meadows Park! Your work is amazing, thanks for sharing with everyone.

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Thanks!

I was thinking how i would love to make a Home comic with some of the characters that i drew, but this may be a future project Smiley Very Happy

I love this idea. Perhaps there are some other storytellers who can help come up with the story or jokes (if a comic strip). I imagine the possibilities are endless. 

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May 10, 2013
The comic idea would be nice to see. :3
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GlassWalls wrote:

PinkJulia wrote:
Thanks!

I was thinking how i would love to make a Home comic with some of the characters that i drew, but this may be a future project Smiley Very Happy

I love this idea. Perhaps there are some other storytellers who can help come up with the story or jokes (if a comic strip). I imagine the possibilities are endless. 


Im happy that you, Horo and everyone liked the idea Smiley Very Happy 

 

At this link http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/PlayStation-Home/My-first-PlayStation-Home-comic-strip/m-p/40... i posted my first comic strip, which didn't include any home avatar that i drew already, but me having a ...funny encounter at the Acorn Meadows Park.

People enjoyed it, so i think i will continue with this style

 

fumettohome_fn_ju2.jpg

 

I am not sure if i should post the comics in a separate thread, or rename this thread to "PlayStation Home drawings and comics", or something like that.

 

What do you think?

 

 

@Parodygm Nice to meet you too, and thank you!

 

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May 12, 2013
Hahahahaha! That's a terrific debut, Julia! And so true lol! I'm looking forward to more of these comics. Smiley Very Happy
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