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wedding card art by sandara wedding card art by sandara
well, this is almost 2 years late, but i finally dug up the design i did for my wedding card. we based it off Final Fantasy's logo style, as my wedding was game-themed. :D

my avatar is a cat, my husband's a dog, hence the cat and dog.
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:iconthebluedreammaker:
TheBlueDreamMaker Jan 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That sounds like a cool wedding!!
If I ever deside to get married I will totaly tell everyone to get dressed as their favorite character!
Great idea btw!!
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ariellexsin Nov 26, 2013  Student Digital Artist
OMG. 
That's freakin' awesome!
That's like the best wedding invite I've ever seen.
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:iconerkumkum:
You have beautifully designed your wedding card. I liked your theme as you have
creatively included both of your avatars. I design Sikh wedding cards for my friends
and relatives so I will use this theme for them next time.
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Punjabi Wedding Invitations
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:icondcatz:
YES! I want a game themed wedding.. amazing :D
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Athena-Erocith Aug 21, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
OMG i wanna cry this is soooo brilliant!!game-themed wedding yay!!(Shld friend you much earlier so i can be invited to the awesome weeding..T_T)
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:iconsandara:
Heheh... Yeah..late by a few years.. ^^;;;;
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:iconbehappy1990:
final fantasy 10?

This is so pretty. :)
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Kateboat Jun 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Not a fan of Final Fantasy, but, god, this is GORGEOUS! <3
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:iconironnarwhal:
Oh man... that image flows wonderfully.

I have a pretty smooth hand when it comes to graphic art, but even though I can draw the viewer's eye around an image I can't do it like this. I've been drawing for quite some time, and I often draw wispy lines first, then thickening them later. What did you do (for this)?

Any tips?
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