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This week's question was provided by SECRET-NINJA-SUPER-M:

Question: 

"How does one go about drawing glitter, especially with traditional tools or things like MS Paint?"

Answers:



:iconqbeagle: QBeagle: "I think rendering glitter is a lot like rendering stars, which is just small points of light.  The tools shouldn't be too significant for this, as really the contrast in value and the shape of the glitter is what will sell it.

First you'll want to have the stuff around the glitter be a fairly dark color, then do the glitter in a very light color.  This contrast in value/darkness is what will make it appear to shine.  Obviously the bright spots for the glitter will need to be fairly small and tightly grouped, since that's how glitter tends to fall.  Take a look at this picture or this picture, see how those clusters of tiny bright dots against the black have a glittery look?

You can add refraction spikes to the shiny parts to give them extra shine, but depending on your tools this might be kinda hard to do.  This picture has some of those.  A few of them can really make the shine pop, but too many and it gets distracting."

In addition:

"(There's) a trick you can use for preserving small lines of white when drawing in pencil.

Place a small stack of paper under the sheet you're drawing on, maybe ten or so extra sheets.  Then use something thin, sturdy, and dull to trace the line or point you want to keep white.  The idea is to emboss the line/point into the paper so future pencil strokes will slide over it and leave the paper untouched.

For glitter I'd suggest using the pencil with the glitter color on it to do the embossing.  Dull the tip a bit to make sure it doesn't puncture the paper, then press it firmly into the paper.

This doesn't work with anything but pencil since any form of ink will likely bleed into the groove and ruin the effect."


:iconastrikos: Astrikos: "
In a traditional format, colored pencils might be useful here, the metallic ones are especially helpful for this kind of texture. With the colored pencil, you could stipple (press a sharpened pencil point to the paper in a random, somewhat dense pattern) in the glitter and then chose a lighter shade (maybe cream or very light blue) and add highlights/shimmer effect by coloring lightly. Another tool you could use is a white gel pen since those are fantastic. They are great for highlights and could be used to add shine to the glitter. 

In MS Paint, I'd suggest rendering very small, random dashes and dabs of circular color. Then try highlighting the edges with a lighter tint of whatever color you want your glitter to be. 

To really sell the effect, you'll want to pay attention to the lighting around your glitter. Since it's refractive and reflects, you'll want to lightly tint the surfaces around it."


:iconastarayel: astarayel: "
I echo the idea that glitter mimics stars as little points of light. If you look at how glitter reacts to light, it's never just silver or gold or whatever other "base" color it appears to be. All glitter seems to carry this rainbow quality--when the light hits just right, it flashes in several different colors on the spectrum. Don't be afraid to play around with this effect, but remember to take into consideration your base light source and make the majority reflections in line with that (i.e. cooler tones for a blue-based light, or warmer for a yellow-based).

Also, I think glitter often has the unique quality of being rectangular or square-shaped--that might distinguish it from odd dots of light in a drawing, particularly when dealing with the awesome challenges of traditional media."


:iconnorthstar170: Northstar170: "
Personally I'm not very familiar with MS paint, and if I were trying to use glitter on something like Photoshop/GIMP, I'd either look for a glitter effect tool, or try finding a glitter brush online that I could easily load into the program and use. Beyond that, I'm not sure.

For traditional art, a lot of people have mentioned the metallic pencils and stippling them. What might also work is pressing the tip of the pencil to break some off as dust, and them blow/smear that over the desired area on the picture.

But for something like pen art, and maybe even painting, my suggestion would be to get some metallic paint or ink and an air brush that you can blow into. Then just gentle apply the paint or ink to the places you want. The challenge with this is blowing gently and getting the spread you want from the airbrush. You can even try it with opalescent ink or paint, which you wouldn't want to draw with by itself, but if applied to an already colored area, it will give it that rainbowish sheen. You might even be able to mix some inks and paints if you're looking for something super specific."

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:iconzeeria:, Zeeria, General Artist, Hobbyist
Commented on Lillie by amazingmle11.
Lillie by amazingmle11
"You did a great job at picking the colors. Someone told me once that picking colors from nature is a great idea. That is what your green and brown reminded me of :)
I see people have already pointed out the wrongs with your drawing so I'd like to give you a few tips
1: for shading, try picking a light source and practice. It doesn't have to be pretty at first, just get an idea of where the light comes from, which parts of the body get shaded and which don't. It will help give your images a more 3D feel.
[...]"

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:iconventimocha:, ventimocha, Deviant
Commented on Sometimes I Wrestle My Demons by BirdhouseIYS.

Sometimes I Wrestle My Demons by BirdhouseIYS
"This artwork hits close to home for me. I have 2 little ones and cosleep with one of them. We always sleep like this, sometimes with both little guys too. All your artworks are pretty good, and you go the expression and gesture right. I just love all the red hair! There are a few consistent mistakes I see in a lot of your works:
1. I think you use gray for all shadows? In reality, shadows are not gray, but a darker shade of the object (where the shadow sits) color. So the form shadow on the skin will be a darker color of the skin tone, desaturated a little. Using gray makes your characters dusty looking. If you do use the darker shade of the object color, maybe don't desaturate that much. They all appear to be neutral gray to me.
2. Eye whites are not white. I see that a lot in the photo editing world. They are a light shade of gray actually. A lot of your eye whites are so white, whether they are in the sun or in the shadow, they're very distracting. In this piece the eyewhite is fine. If you want to draw attention to the eyes, add some bounce lights to the pupil and Iris. You almost can't do wrong with the pupil and Iris, but give eyewhite a natural color.
[...]"

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:iconrieal-dragonsbane:, Rieal-Dragonsbane, Writer, Student
Commented on His Patient by Madremonte.

His PatientTime had begun to reverse the moment I had commenced my architectural research.
The landscape I wandered through reflected senescence. Imminent change had encased it all in the past. The stillness was less perceptible than the susurration of footfall on a burnished body of deciduous ash.
An ascendant entranceway guided me to a derelict institute. I halted. The colossal presence loomed before me. The pinnacles of the austere façade summited to the tumultuous sky.
A long period of external research had passed before I could proceed in my progress. Now was I enable to study the delitescent phenomena within the edifice. A breath of warm air evaporated from my mouth. In a deliberate pace I continued onward.
I espied a brass plaque embedded in a plinth, its eroded letters engraved into the foundation, read: “Saint George Hospital”.
A decade after its closure, cases of disappearance began to grow, the exact circumstances remain unclear. Scans of the designated search are

"The beginning is a good start. It reminds me of the beginning of a horror game, where you think ‘Oh god. Why are you going in there?’ Haha. Just a few notes on the first section:

In the bold paragraph at the top, you used the phrase ‘in the past’ twice, and then ‘the past’ again in the next paragraph.  You should change some of that to avoid repetition. I also think you should find words or phrases to replace ‘remnant’ and ‘presence’ when you want to repeat them.

‘It was that time of the week again, to be a guest of a remnant of the past.’
It should be, ‘It was that time of week again.’ Also, the sentence is a bit confusing. I understand what you meant later, but at first I thought she was visiting a person so the ‘remnant of the past’ part didn’t fit.
[...]"

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Pretty LipsEvery time she laughed, a flower fell out of her mouth. I knew it was a trick – a sleight of hand – because she’d always laugh with her mouth covered and then show me the flower. These petals weren’t even wet. Just a little crumpled.
She put the tulips on the bed between us, and when I raised an eyebrow she giggled and brought out four bluebell heads.
And then I just did it. I tickled her.
And I don’t know why I didn’t stop.
She was on her back, gentle colours spilling from her lips, until she choked on them. 
The Cat, the Princess and the KillerThe Princess called her Buttons, but that was not her name. Her name was Mother.
Mother watched her kittens play on the Princess’s rug. Hunter pounced on her brother, and poor Climber found himself on his side once again. She let him go, only to pounce again before Climber found his paws. Perhaps one day a tree would grow in the Princess’s bedroom, and so Climber would be able to play his favourite games more often. It almost felt good to hope.
The other one was watching them too. Mother hissed and it turned towards her. It looked at her with one blue eye and another curdled pale. This small one was Runt.
Tip tip tip. The tell-tale tap of the Princess’s shoes.
Mother rushed to her babies and ushered them beneath the bed.
“Buttons,” said the Princess in a voice once affectionate. “Here, here, Buttons.”
She entered the room – a child with a crown. A giant. Mother stood between the Princess and the kittens. She hissed and bore
Letters to DeathDear Death,
Could you please kill him? Please? Please. Please. Please.
Yours Sincerly,
K (age 9)
x
xx
xxx
xxxx
8 years of silence
Dear Death,
Okay. I’m kind of nervous about this, but let’s make one thing clear: I want to talk to you, not meet you. Alright? Just let me sleep a little. Let me find the abyss and come back.
I don’t want to dream anymore. Save me.
Yours Faithfully,
K.
1 day of silence
Dear Death,
No one could wake me last night. Thank you.
I’m ill, I know that. My cheeks are rough with dried tears, and I can’t stop throwing up the pills that paved the road to you. I love you, but I don’t want to meet you now, not yet. Not anymore. Maybe I’ll change my mind in a few months. That’s the usual pattern. I’ll try not to. I’ll try to stay sane.
Yes. Right now, I swear I will never bother you again.
I swear.
Lots of love,
K.
2 years of silence
Dear Death,
Let this be my official complaint concerning a

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[#88 Ra] Hospitality of the Winterland by radiumlowi 'Stars and Spies' Script S1E1 1/2 (Draft 1)Season 1 - Episode 1 - Script ½
(The very first scene starts off with three girls wearing motorcycle helmets going up an elevator. They eventually start walking through the futuristic white hallway. A girl in black walks a bit faster then the other girls. The people rushing the opposite way are nearly blocking the view of the girl in black. It’s meant to be similar to a rush hour)
(Bonus note 1#: The three girls are age 8-9)
The girl in yellow: (in an urgent tone of voice) Can you slow down?
The girl in black: We’re gonna be late if we don’t hurry up. (She walks faster)
The girl in yellow: Ugggh! We’re gonna lose you if you don’t slow down. (She walks faster in order to catch up with the girl in black)
The girl in grey: (Catches up to the girl in yellow) I-I’m a little bit scared of this place.
The girl in yellow: It’s ok. I was a little scared to
[#92 U] Explore the Rustic Countryside by radiumlowi

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:pointr: TAGLINE 19: "Magical"  :pointl: (Started June 4, 2015 / Ended June 12, 2015)
1. sJibbi "Photography" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5277…
2. TigerRose1329 "Cheerful" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4817…
3. Eleween "Trouble" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/3495…
4. Jellymii "Light" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/3281…
5. TheArtfulJellyfish "Reflect" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/2789…
6. Zeeria "Extraordinary" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/3926…
7. lu--24 "Warmth" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5299…

:pointr: TAGLINE 20: "Warmth" :pointl:  (Started: June 12, 2015 / Ended June 26, 2015)
1. Dianamisu "Beginning" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/3489…
2. ContraSprite "Story" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5376…
3. KitHeartAnime "Nostalgia" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5934…
4. vladimirsangel "Wonder" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/3241…
5. Yetinia "Casual" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5259…
6. Eleween "Legend" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4735…
7. Zeeria "Emotional" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5377…


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:pointr: TAGLINE 21: "Sad" :pointl:  (Started: June 18, 2015)
1. fireytika "Brave :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5138…
2. dviouslecunning "Odd" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5395…
3. crownlaurel "Love" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5213…
4. Dianamisu "Rhythm" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4854…
5. Jellymii "Sky" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4973…
6. sJibbi
7. Zeeria

:pointr: TAGLINE 22: "Electric" :pointl: (Started: June 27, 2015)
1. Yetinia "Shelter" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5333…
2. DTKinetic
3. ccrazyisme
4. Dianamisu
5. vladimirsangel
6. falcoDArgento
7. lu--24


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:iconcontrasprite:, ContraSprite, Deviant
Commented on Way Farer -Wip- by YumisaR.

Way Farer -Wip- by YumisaR
"To start out, I wanted to point out how nice your background is! I really love the interesting sky and how you are using it to bring all of your colors together in this picture. :] I also really like the textures that are beginning to appear, particularly those in the hair and the feathers on the helmet! La la la la  The feathers have some interesting light on them that definitely catches my eye and makes them interesting to look at. The direction of the light looks like it is coming from the sunset behind, which is very nice. I would love to see that lighting chose continued on the rest of the character. :] As you finish this piece, it would be really nice to see some highlighted edges on her helmet, shoulder, arm, and maybe even a little on her hair. :] Having said that, I can see that the main light source is coming from in front of her (which is also nice) and I'd love to see that made stronger in some places as well. I don't know how shiny you want her helmet to be in the end, but I think some bright highlights from the main light source would really add to that too. :happybounce: [...]"

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:iconmjaxmajoran:, MjaxMajoran, General Artist, Hobbyist
Commented on 'Stars and Spies' Script S1E1 1/2 (Draft 1) by Reach4Succes1995.

'Stars and Spies' Script S1E1 1/2 (Draft 1)Season 1 - Episode 1 - Script ½
(The very first scene starts off with three girls wearing motorcycle helmets going up an elevator. They eventually start walking through the futuristic white hallway. A girl in black walks a bit faster then the other girls. The people rushing the opposite way are nearly blocking the view of the girl in black. It’s meant to be similar to a rush hour)
(Bonus note 1#: The three girls are age 8-9)
The girl in yellow: (in an urgent tone of voice) Can you slow down?
The girl in black: We’re gonna be late if we don’t hurry up. (She walks faster)
The girl in yellow: Ugggh! We’re gonna lose you if you don’t slow down. (She walks faster in order to catch up with the girl in black)
The girl in grey: (Catches up to the girl in yellow) I-I’m a little bit scared of this place.
The girl in yellow: It’s ok. I was a little scared to

"Your dialogue is amazingly smooth, not at all uncommon to be seen in a novel rather than a script but it's g.. conversations seem to flow well, and the characters are relatable. *right down to the girlfriend thing, would you believe that same thing happened to me as a kid?* if I have one criticism... it's the toned down reaction from annabel and marsha when tessa puts out her star, the sorta just gasp and then act as if this revelation is nothing... in contrast to how annabel acted to marsha revealing hers this is kinda odd wouldn't ya think?

The story: still hooking me in with this concept, I kinda want to make theories which usually only happens when I'm super invested in an episodic storyline.... which I suppose I am, I have no problems with it really, It's great all around!.
[...]"

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Come Back Ballad.Come back my friend
I'll make it okay
we reached a dead end
but I only wish to play
Come back my mother
Do not run astray
It'll soon be over
Sleep deep in the bay
Come back my Daddy
You left me this this way
did you leave for more family
I promise they won't stay
This is my ballad, a song just for you
beware of the monster that you have grew
I'm growing tired of the chase now
it's time for thou to take your bow
Come back my bullies
those things that you say
I can make pain too you will see
beware of the revenge, I will make you pay
Come back my lost loves
I brought a bouquet
I need you here
why in your eyes do I see fear and fray
Come back my past self
Please do not any longer delay
please put this darkness away on the shelf
something is wrong, we cannot disobey
This is my ballad, a song just for you
beware of the monster that you have grew
It cannot be stopped and it hurts so much
You did this, I'm trapped in his clutch
Come little Mjax
I'm nicer a lot nicer than they
Do not fear me j
The Tardis Me and You (Jaxed Up Lyrics Parody) A Doctor Who Parody By Mjax Majoran
Original Song by The Vengaboys: Boom Boom Boom Boom
[Lyrics]
Whoa oh whoa oh
Whoa oh whoa oh
Traveling in Space and Time
Whoa oh whoa oh
Whoa oh whoa oh
Whoa oh whoa oh
Whoa oh whoa oh
If you're all bored and you need a friend
Someone to make you remember beauty
Just come along and
Hop in my box
I'll be your Doctor For life
[Pre-chorus:]
Whoa oh whoa oh
This is what were gonna do
Whoa oh whoa oh
Let's travel round the sun
Whoa oh whoa oh
Through the skies just me and you
Whoa oh whoa oh
[Chorus:]
Zoom Zoom Zoom Zoom
I want you to travel with you
Let's spend some times together
Fight the daleks and cybermen
Zoom Zoom Zoom Zoom
I wanna Zoom Zoom
Let's travel the stars together
The Tardis, Me and You!
Whoa oh whoa oh
Using a Sonic Screwdriver it's Fun!
Whoa oh whoa oh
the Doctor is back in time!
[Pre-chorus]
Whoa oh whoa oh
Silurians and Atraxi too!
Whoa oh whoa oh
We're gonna have some fun
Whoa oh whoa oh
Through the

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:iconyetinia:, Yetinia, Deviant
Commented on Death at the Hands of Petals by dviouslecunning.

Death at the Hands of Petals by dviouslecunning
"Now I realize this piece is a little over two years old and your art has improved and changed since. So to make this piece more constructive and relevant, I will make reference to more recent pieces in your galleries to draw attention to what has improved or changed over the course of two years and what could probably use more work. As we improve, it's also important to keep in mind the things we considered fine at one time and left alone, but should probably not neglect improving as we strive to improve as whole.

As for this image itself your intention was conveyed clearly with the juxtaposition of the knife and the color of the flowers matching the streak of red blood blooming from this victim's chest. Compositionally the piece is centered but keeps interested with the triad of flowers encircling them. It's a simple piece that does not by any means over stay its welcome and reads rather like a splash page of a comic, with just enough detail to distinguish form. The blood pouring onto the leaves of the flowers intermingles fantasy with the imminent morbid reality effectively. In addition, the white light blurring of the edges to signify both a deceptively cheery atmosphere as well as a reference to the 'light at the end of the tunnel' people often report in near death experiences, was a nice touch. :thumbsup:
[...]"

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'Stars and Spies' Script S1E1 2/2 (Draft 1)Season 1 - Episode 1 - Script 2/2
(The beginning of part two starts with pure darkness and a faint voice telling Marsha to wake Annabel up before the car door opens and shuts. We then see Annabel sleeping peacefully in the car. Marsha begins to gently shake her with her hand.)
Marsha: (Gently) Annabel, wake up. We're here.
Annabel: (Opens her eyes, yawns and outstretches her arms) What was that? (Spots that her parents and Tessa are missing, which makes her wake up instantly) What? We're here already?!
Marsha: Yes.
Annabel: Oh great.
Marsha: Oh Annabel. Stop being a downer and come on. The place might be better than you expected.
Annabel: Ohhhh.... Alright. Let's see how great the house looks. 
(She takes off her seatbelt and opens the car door. She gets out and follows her sister to the new house. Once she walks down the pathway to the new ho
Sax by sinnelius 'Stars and Spies' Script S1E2 1/2Season 1 - Episode 2 - Script ½
(In this scene, Annabel is looking around the classroom whilst sitting down. She’s noticed that everyone had literally stopped moving and stood completely still like statues.)
Annabel: Hello? Aren’t we suppose to wrap up the lesson and…
(The camera spots to three classmates as an example and the teacher, all frozen in place.)
Annabel: (Worried tone of voice) Go… home?
(She gets up from the chair and examines one student by waving her hand in front of his face. He doesn’t blink, so she shakes his shoulders.)
Annabel: (Urgently) Come on… Answer me!
(She shakes him so hard that he falls of the chair. Annabel reaches out and tries to prevent the teen boy from falling, but it was too late. He lands on the floor with the same facial expression.)
Annabel: (Gasps and bends her knees) Oh! I am so sorry! (The teen boy still does


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How To Nominate


We need nominations of deviants who you think should be featured! Send us a note with the subject "Nomination" and the following information:
    :star: Name of Deviant

    :star: Links to the deviations they commented. (This is great way to give back to a user who has given you an exceptional comment!
:bulletgreen: You can suggest anyone and everyone (except yourself ;P) at any time and include as many nominations as you want in one note.
:bulletgreen: The news feature occurs once every week and all nominations will be taken into account.
:bulletgreen: If your nomination isn't featured immediately, it may still be featured in a future news article!

3wyl, posting on behalf of ProjectComment
Due to ambiguity and difficulty interpreting our rules, I'm refining them here:

:bulletred: Literature
Looks like people have had varying definitions of "short" literature. From now on, all prose work shared in the chat event cannot exceed 30 lines of text, poetry cannot exceed 50 lines of text. Remember, everyone is only given ten minutes to read and comment your work which requires thought and time. Pieces that exceed these limits will not be shared/featured during the event.
:bulletred: Mature Content
Please, keep the work clean. No explicit nudity, sexual content, or graphic violence. Mild/moderate violence or mild language within pieces is acceptable.




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