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The latest Angstrom Alliance offering sees a return to the female form after the recent diversion into things mechanical. This Illustrator CS5 all-vector venture into the world of Japanese modelling sees the beautiful and bountiful Nonami Takizawa captured in repose, courtesy of a coleer.com wallpapers, a multitude of meshes and fine hair detailing by way of the new Wacom tablet that arrived mid-project. The lace bra took an too long by half and is a texture that, for future reference, should be left well alone!

If you choose to favourite or collect this piece, please leave a comment to let me know what appeals about it so I can factor your views in when planning future works.

UPDATE: Have made a few adjustments in the bra area to soften the edges of the cups
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:iconblackzarak:
there's not much for me to say....!
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:iconangstromalliance:
AngstromAlliance Sep 4, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I'm glad she caught your eye.
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:iconblackzarak:
i did thanx to you!
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Groovechamp-Slappy Aug 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Got to say that the veins and bra are my favorite part.

I've been trying to do the veins-on-breast part myself, but never really got behind it (in photoshop that is, for anime/toon girls).

Did you use a very low opacity setting along with some erasing?
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AngstromAlliance Aug 25, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks, the bra was a real pain trying to draw that lace and keep it looking realistic. The veining, along with everything except the hair detailing, was created using Illustrator's gradient mesh tool. The only variations in opacity is where different meshes are blended at the edges when overlapping.
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Groovechamp-Slappy Aug 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks for the rapid reply. I see I have to study "meshing".
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AngstromAlliance Aug 25, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
No probs, take a look at Frank Wyte's videos on YouTube to learn about the wonders of meshing.
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:icongroovechamp-slappy:
Groovechamp-Slappy Aug 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
awesome. Thanks for sharing again.
Wanna try meshing the fanart for a change. Looks like real fun.
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:iconprglvr:
Good golly, I thought these were photo when I first saw them. Keep it up.
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AngstromAlliance Aug 16, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Cheers Steven, I'll see what I can do :)
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