I've been trying to do some vector tracing in Inkscape, but haven't been able to get it to pick up big contiguous sections of color like that. Do you have any tips, or remember what settings you were using?
I actually only use Inkscape for the lines; for the flat colours, I opened up the transparent .pngs in GIMP and went from there. I wish I knew how to make flat vector fill areas of colour as specific as this, that would make using Inkscape a dream. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful!
I really love the cut-out feel to this. I admire the message and the overall feel of this. I think the monochromatic color scheme is perfect and the composition fits well. I fell like the character on a hill is very fitting for the emotion and that it add a nice movement. I think you did great!
Okay, so this is awesome. The second scene was one that struck a chord with pretty much everyone (even those of us who only really saw this scene in a choppy, improperly voiced, Sailor-Moon-Sez section). This glimpse sums up your theme perfectly.
I only feel sorry for Luna who must feel terribly responsible, haha.
This is simple, and just the right amount of bitter-sweet, well done love I also like that the piece feels self-contained, but also gives off a hint of a conversation left unfinished, as if we have only heard a small portion and there much left to be said, giving us hope that the ending of this story is more sweet than bitter
Kind of a 'Madoka' spin on the series Sailor moon.. But keep in mind, if Luna hadn't crossed their path and given Serena her powers, the enemies could have gotten her while she was vulnerable and kill the only heir to the moon kingdom..