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Scootaloo Pointing at something by Yetioner Scootaloo Pointing at something by Yetioner
So, my finals ended and Scootaloo is only CMC i didn't vector yet (so now I have at least 1 vector of all Mane 6 + Spike and all CMC)
Done with shading again, although this time i added highlights as well.
made using :iconponyscape-vectors: v0.4 patched
There's also no shading, no highlights version down in description:
reference image:
img5.imageshack.us/img5/3682/5…
svg:
dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13…
no highlights svg:
dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13…
no highlights png:
sta.sh/082skv7tmkz
no highlights no shading png:
sta.sh/08hnfplxqhz
no highlights no shading svg:
dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13…



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:icontomfraggle:
This looks really great! Thanks for sharing! :)
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:iconsoren-the-owl:
Soren-the-Owl Feb 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Can you please tell me how you shaded so well in ponyscape? Haha!

Do you need the patch?
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:iconyetioner:
Yetioner Feb 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
no patch needed. I just make objects where I want the shading, apply color of shading (or highlight) to them, then change blur and opacity of that object so I'd get shading. Now, since shading is all over the place, I group all objects that need to have shading over them, and duplicate them, and clip shading using group I just made.
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Soren-the-Owl Feb 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks! T'was very helpful ^_^
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:iconyetioner:
Yetioner Mar 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
you're welcome :)
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:icontgolyi:
Great work on figuring out how to do shading in Ponyscape! I just have a few advices for you.
1. Shade is not necessarily black, you can use any cooler colors for shading and warmer for highlighting.
2. Your back legs shading is great, but that black stripe on her neck looks very wrong.
3. Using paths intersection, union and other path operations allow you to create complex clip paths for better shading (for example, shading on her left front leg could use it).

Hope this little advices will help you make even better vectors with shading!
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:iconyetioner:
Yetioner Feb 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
1. Yeah, I know, but I can use black as well. changing colors is easiest fix.
2. I don't get it. you're saying that there shouldn't be shading on her neck? what stripe on her neck? you mean the one that is shade from her head?
3. i'm actually making one other vector atm using some of those effects, since it's bit more complicated pose.
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:icontgolyi:
2. Yes, I mean the shadow from her head. It just can't start so suddenly, and its form is kinda strange to me. For example, lower part of her jaw must be at least as dark as her neck (if I understand correctly where the light's coming from). If you'd removed this shade completely, picture would look better, though it's only my opinion.
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:iconyetioner:
Yetioner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
extended shade to her lower jaw. I think it looks better now.
I think removing it wouldn't make much sense if you take in count her head position.
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:icontgolyi:
Yeah, now it looks better:)
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