Edit: I thickened up the linework on this drawing - at second glance, the 5-pt brush size is just too small. Using Nifty Photoshop Tricks, I thickened the lines to make them much easier to read.
This lineart is freely available for coloring. If you decide to color this lineart, here is my lineart usage policy:
Please include a link back to the original lineart. This is necessary for reposting to any of the Color-Me groups.
Please include a link to me, *rachaelm5
. This is necessary for reposting to any of the Color-Me groups.
Please tell me when you've finished coloring the picture so I can show off your work!
You may repost your coloring outside of DeviantArt, unless I specify otherwise in the description.
You may not repost this design, or colorings of this design, as adoptables for points or money. I post this design freely for you to color; I ask that you do not go off and profit from it.
I reserve the right to sell my own colored version of this design, as it is my own lineart. I state this here in my usage policy so that no one will be confused about me breaking my own policies when I get the project completely finished.
Corollary: I will never do anything to anyone else's colored versions beyond appreciation and praise.
This is another one of those reverse-engineered lineart exercises. The original artwork went straight from pencil to full color, but the design was still strong enough that I thought I'd do a line drawing over the top of it and then open it up to other colorists.