Theanimaster > Haha! You flatter me too much. xD But thank you!
Adobe Illustrater, huh? Hm... :< This's the first time someone's recommended it to me. I don't know much about the program itself but since you say so, I'll definately try to get a hold of it. Have you got any suggestions as to where I can go to get a good general tour of the program? (As much as I like diving into a program and playing with it, it's nice to learn a few trade tricks along the way. XD)
Again, thank you very much! ^^ I'm definitely looking for a new perspective in my stuff and a new program will help out a lot. My art changes dramatically between new techniques. Even the slightest difference in how the pen moves in different programs brings something different out. xD; Or at least that's how it feels.
Anyway, Here's another picture that I drew actually before all of the other ones up in my first post. I'm attempting to sell it as a poster at conventions. XD; I'll update my first post in the near future so this will be added to it.
Media used: Intuos2 tablet, Deleter comicworks (lineart), Painter 7 (colors), Photoshop7 (waves in the background). ... or at least I think that's how it worked out. xD
It's Onishi again. This time with his horns and markings/tattoos. Deleter is a wonderful program for line art since it IS made for manga making. The pen tool moves very smoothly and it's great at 600 dpi.