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character design raindrop by Papierpilot character design raindrop by Papierpilot
This guy fell out of the clouds for a children's book project. Later he encountered the wind, rocks, a mole, a snail, humans, diamonds, other drops and finally found his lost sister. A lot going on in a drop's life.

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:iconmissambrosia:
I love these drawings!!!
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:iconklynndaughtry:
KLynnDaughtry Apr 3, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Incredibly cute and creative!
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:iconblackheresy:
BlackHeresy Jul 9, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
So sweet and cute!!! :heart:
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:iconashpyne:
looks amazing - distinctive style
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Kenda-Oh Apr 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
adorable, just adorable :heart:
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:iconmirix:
I can only imagine how hard is to catch the watery feeling.. It's outstanding work you've done here! I love this little fella, he's sweet ^^ What medium did you use to do this, such an amazingly precise coloring! :o
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Papierpilot Apr 16, 2012  Professional General Artist
It's done in painter actually, but I would do it the same way in real watercolor. Using software makes it more comfortable to try variations.
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:iconmirix:
I see, true to that! It looks great, I believe I'd have hard time noticing the difference! I's really an atmospheric painting :)
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:iconvacanal:
great works in your gallery and this little cute drop is an amazing piece of work. With only the right lines you made an astonishing piece of work, powerful and full of personality and charm. a love at first sight.
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Papierpilot Nov 22, 2011  Professional General Artist
... and he seems to work for the client as well. At least that's what I've been told.
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