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It's a Quiet Little Christmas by SummerWolf It's a Quiet Little Christmas by SummerWolf
Kiriban-thing for the livejournal Royai community.

This thing pretty much came out as planned. But have I mentioned how much I hate coloring Roy's hair? =P

It's going to kill my midterms. Satisfied with how it's came out, though, no matter how crappy it is.
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:iconedwards-lover-7:
ROYAI!! You are really good at drawing them! Roy is so dang hot!
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:iconsapphire-pyro:
OHMYGOSH!!!!! ROYAI!!!!!!!! :love: :love:

I really like this pic! :D I especially like how you drew it. You did a great job :clap:

I know how you feel about coloring Roy's hair ^^; it bugs me too :XD:
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SummerWolf Dec 26, 2004   Digital Artist
Thank you! I'm really happy that you like it! ^_____^

(Yes, Roy's hair is annoying. It's part of what makes him so damned attractive, but it's also so very annoying)
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You're right. Roy's hair is attrctive but annoyign at the same time T_T so difficult to color :faint:
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:iconchihaya:
*melts* so sweet~ love Riza's expression :) the chara are a little bit too much stand out from the bg. maybe you might wanna try toning it down a bit. change layer blending properties perhaps? but the way you made the lineart sorta glowing is great la.

Merry Xmas to you na ka.
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SummerWolf Dec 25, 2004   Digital Artist
Yes...now that I come to think of it, they DO stand out. >> Layer blending properties? Do you have any suggestions? =O I'm always, like, 'background's on default! foreground on multiply!' or something along the lines.

And thank you so much. ^__^
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:iconchihaya:
You can try playing around those layer blending options to get the effect you like. If you have the same color of your bg over the chara, you can just tone it down a tiny bit like this [link] by setting the layer blending to 'overlay' at 20% opacity. or get this effect [link] with 'difference' at 40% opacity.

hope it helps :)
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:iconraijinchama:
very cuute! love the soft tones! and the background :D
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SummerWolf Dec 26, 2004   Digital Artist
Thank you! *laughs* Soft is pretty much the only thing I'm remotely good at. XD;;;;
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