Dragon Nest *Random stuff that happens in Dragon nest* lmao
Saint Haven is full of surprising people.
OOOOOOAHA *OH GAWD* NOOOO I
IT HAPPENED! IT FINALLY DID!
Ah thank you! u///u Aaaa I don’t actually lineart; I paint my drawings!!! My art process is really backwards….so it takes me a long time to finish every drawing! T0T; I usually start out with a sketch and then I splash the colours I want to use underneath it or through a multiply layer. Then I merge the layers and continue to render on top of the sketch. After I’m satisfied with areas, I go back in and add lineart to emphasize or bring attention to certain details mostly the eyes or the contour of the face.
sketch with colors
starts to detail the face…. i usually start with eyes ^D^;
then I slowly move up from the face to the bangs and would start to render the hair although lately I tend to leave the hair looser…!
I do not recommend trying to paint the way I do because it makes no sense at all and it’s so time consuming T—T I’m trying to learn how to lineart slowly because I like the clean look! I just need to find the patience for it! @@ Fighting!
My interest for Ghost Messenger have been peeking since my discovery of it on Youtube and Tumblr, hence I’ve been doing some research about it.
Apparently, there is a store called “Asiandb.com” that is selling Ghost Messenger on DVD Region 3 (Both the ova and special edition).
For those who do not know Region 3, it basically tells the dvd player that it’s from either South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or somewhere in South East Asia.
U.S. & Canada is Region 1!
This isn’t to say that the settings to play the dvd is impossible. Dvd players are able change region but only to a limited number of times. (bummer right?!)
Still, the fact that I found Ghost messenger with included subtitles was a thrilling discovery. It was too good to be true. There’s the possibility that there may of been an error in the listing and the so called “english subtitled dvd” could turn out to a false sell. I decided to do more research on the site.
On the web, it is known that asianb has ridiculous prices BUT it is the holy grail for limited editions, music, etc. that are no longer in production. The downside of it is the shipping and delays. Asianb is notorious for being unable to ship things on time and being forgetful over orders. Constantly, customers would have to remind them via email for their product to arrive. Even so, they receive what they’ve ordered one way or another (or refund if unsatisfied).
As for scams, thankfully there hasn’t been one yet (to my knowledge) though it is advised that you pay via Paypal instead of credit card since there’s been many problems of credit card payments not going through.
Quality of Dvds come in at top shape (unless it’s an old release which I’ve heard don’t come looking new and spotless). Overall it’s an 8 out of 10 kind-of-site.
With that in mind, it really brings in the question…
Should I wait for a U.S. release? OR Should I give in and order?
As much as I’m beginning to love Ghost Messenger, the prices and small problems of the website can be a real turn off.
Let’s just hope a kind translator will give foreign fans a chance to watch the film with english subtitles without the worry of paying a high price.
(Even the original GM price doesn’t compare to asianb’s price listing)
Here’s a look into the process of Ghost Messenger’s animation:
OMsdmf C-cute?! Noo *omgd* You were! I was actually speechless with the cosplay you did! I was like “IS THAT MY CHILDHOOD?!” I couldn’t say anything I wanted to say— Q 7 Q
ALL MY ARTIST FRIENDS ARE IMPROVING AT LIGHTNING SPEED AROUND ME AND I’M HERE LIKE
*weeps onto my palms*