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Tamers 031. Flowers by ovibos Tamers 031. Flowers by ovibos
Guardromon making amends for stompin' on the flowerbeds at Kazu's place.

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alexwarlorn Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Tamers truly did have the most rich background characters, you really did get a sense you were only seeing a small picture of the world.
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alexwarlorn Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2010
One of the things I loved about 03 was the digimon having identities and personalities that complimented their human partner rather than reflecting it.
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alexwarlorn Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010
This series was wonderful. The 03 saga will always be my favorite it took a lot of deconstruction and also did it's best to give the digimon partners unique personalities rather than extensions of their partners. It's a series that SCREAMS for fanfiction to fill in the blanks.
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alexwarlorn Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2010
A knight must make amends after all.
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Terrierlee Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2009
Yat, I've told you you draw the cutest Guardromon, right?
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ovibos Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Maybe once or twice :3

Guardromon totally has an inner cuteness that must be shared with the entire world~
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iisaw Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2009
That's a scream! XD
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ovibos Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Hehe, thanks :D
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IssacBlast Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I never really thoguht to ask before, but what do you use to color with. I like the blurred/flowy effect and just didn't bother with how you achieved it.
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ovibos Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm still kind of working on a predictable colouring method. I tend to lay down some basic colours on a layer below the lines (which I set to multiply) and then I experiment with the selective colour and curves options for colour adjustment.

I also use the layers palette to paste in textures and/or copies of the main image. I just set the new layer to soft light/overlay/multiply/etc., then I adjust the opacity and sometimes run a blur filter and I just see what works. It's a bit random ^^;
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