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SpeedPaint: Aftermath by SilFoe SpeedPaint: Aftermath by SilFoe
Poor thing has got to have seen some terrible losses in her time.

Time: 1 hour

This one started out badly. My hand refused to function. I guess I warmed up enough during the process to make this one into something relatively decent.
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VixyGamingWarrior Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What do you use to do this?!?!
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SilFoe Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2014   Digital Artist
This was all done in Photoshop CS5 with a few special brushes.
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VixyGamingWarrior Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Coolio!
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funnyart356 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Student Artist
this is really pretty and good art
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Dragonloverkm Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hey I'm looking for software to use so I can make computer art, so do have any advice I could possible use, by the way love your art :3
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SilFoe Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014   Digital Artist
Thanks!

And sure, I have some suggestions. 
My highest recommendation goes to Photoshop since that's what I use 95% of the time. The newer versions are pricey BUT they're giving out the old CS2 version for free here (www.adobe.com/cfusion/entitlem…. Or I think they still are. Photoshop, though, for all it's power and glory, doesn't have stabilizers on your brush strokes, so you'll have to adjust to working with out it and/or grab something like FireAlpaca from below.

Second would go to Manga Studio or Paint Tool SAI. I've only dabbled in the trial versions of those, but they're both pretty solid programs. Again, not cheap if gotten legally, but far cheaper than PS. 

Third would go to Fire Alpaca (firealpaca.com/en). I actually do use this one from time to time. It's very lightweight, so don't expect the same amount of tools as the others, but... It's completely FREE. Great for practicing and getting a feel for digital painting without dropping any cash or getting a cracked version. 

If, however you feel like trying something closer to MLP show style, try Inkscape (www.inkscape.org/en/) It's a nice, FREE vectoring program in the same vein as the bigger Adobe Illustrator.

I hope that helps. There's others out there, but those are the ones I have some experience with.
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Dragonloverkm Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
omg thanks ur a big help
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AgentTasmania Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014
It's a miracle that she has retained a (seemingly) healthy, cheery outlook after well over a millenium.
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Cenrtergg Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014
so strong...
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ColorCatty Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2014
I love this pic... ♥
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