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K-ON, Akiyama Mio +Wallpaper by asianlucas K-ON, Akiyama Mio +Wallpaper by asianlucas
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This time i've put quite a lot time into making a good wallpaper that i could be satisfied with. To be honest, i'm really happy with my result - it took a lot of experimenting with a lot of different effects, but in the end, this result, i'm happy with. So please enjoy! Incase the resolution is to big, please feel free to resize or crop it for your own needed resolution. If you have trouble doing so, feel free to ask me and i'll help you out!

I got this piece of art featured on the cover of daily inspiration #523 at abduzeedo.com! @ [link]

Another version of the wallpaper!
[link]
Re-edited colors.

Credits
Original render image [link] - Drawn by Ken-1 (aka "Cior")
C4D [link]
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xAndieH Featured By Owner May 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Dude I would be soooooooo happy if you can do such a sexy Wallpaper with Azusa.
That would be awesome La la la la La la la la La la la la La la la la La la la la !!
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asianlucas Featured By Owner May 16, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Haha, it's been so long since I made this. Been out of touch with the wallpapers. :c
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Rosalinelovesbm Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014
Hi could you teach me how to create those small scattered pieces around the edges. :)
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asianlucas Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Sure thing. So what I did was that I made a brush preset for a square brush where it randomly scatters, rotates and resizes in different varieties. Here's a tutorial for doing so: abduzeedo.com/illustrator-quic…

Now once you've made that scatter brush preset, you want to use that with your clone stamp tool :)

There are many different ways of doing it. You could also draw random scatter layers and then substract those areas from your main layer where you want to substract the scatter from and then paste it in a new layer, so that the scatter has the pieces of the main layer.

Good luck!
Here's another tutorial that might help you on your way: www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbd21d…
:)
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Rosalinelovesbm Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2014
THANKYOU SOO SOO MUCH! I've been looking for this effect all over the place. I'm so glad I found your work. Its really amazing and thank you so much for sharing the tutorial and idea. :) <3 x
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asianlucas Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
You're very welcome! And thank you too. 

Good luck with it! I'd love to see your result when you're done if you feel like sharing. c;
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BenjaminHopkins Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Forgot to ask: Is it cool if I use this?
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asianlucas Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Of course, if it's as a wallpaper :)
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BenjaminHopkins Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I meant art-wise with credit to the owner, but thanks anyway...
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asianlucas Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
If it's just crops, I wouldn't mind. If you intended to make your own piece using mine as a basis, I'd advice using the original piece that I provided a link for in the credits :D
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