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Member Since 30 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Oct 05 2015 07:16 PM

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In Topic: Introducing Live2D Cubism - Turns your 2D art into animated 3D in just an hou...

26 September 2015 - 03:49 AM

is the full-3d (second video) still in wip?


Yes, Euclid is still in development. judging from the publications though, it doesn't sound like its far from beta. 

In Topic: Market Metrics for iOS and Android Apps?

05 November 2013 - 04:30 PM

I have always used http://www.appannie.com/


I've checked that out, but i cant find the MAU DAUs, and I emailed the staffs, they replied "since apple store and google play dont give out MAU DAU anymore" so they don't offer those numbers.

In Topic: Market Metrics for iOS and Android Apps?

05 November 2013 - 01:00 AM

sorry i didn't make it clear, i want to look up the MAU and DAU metrics of other games out there. 

In Topic: Which brushes does he use ?

01 April 2013 - 06:28 PM

Thanks ! Lovely work on your youtube. I went to see a colored drawing in one of you videos and you're doing great. 
So the type of brush is personal taste only ? I sense that most digital artists don't use hairy brushes configs. I see mostly Basic round, custom smeary round, to have a clean round strike with some bleed, without bristles.
I see you always start by coloring the whole thing with a brown for the first color layer, then move on with some lighting with a beige, and then you go for the other palettes in detail. What is your reason for that ? It gives you a lighting suggestion for when you're going to add the colors ?


I use pretty basic brushes, round with some soft edge but not too soft. I'm not sure how others do, i'm sure some pros develop a set of customized for universal purposes, but basic should get you through the beginner ~ mediocre stage. 


Most artists I learned from start with dull and dark color and then work their way to the other end of the contrast. i find it easier that way to capture the feeling as I go. I usually have some idea what the part is going to be like before I start moving my pen, but half way though it always turns out different (since i'm not skilled enough yet), but then on the spot I capture a feeling how it would turn out in 3D (including volume and texture), then I continue to explore whatever is there. So you're right, it sorta give me a lighting suggestion.

In Topic: Which brushes does he use ?

31 March 2013 - 02:16 AM

this is my work: 


I use Sai instead of Corel

Turn the opacity down to 80~90%, a 10~15% of color blending, that brush would handle most of it.

Along with a 90~95% soft end eraser would do.

lso paint in 200~300% size canvas of what is meant to be seen.