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It's black line art set on transparency. You can view it with > view image.

(Right click > View Image)

Note : you also may need to display 'Original image' first, since the thumbnail is JPEG and, as such, doesn't handle transparency.

Here is another way to view directly :
Right click on link "Original image (779.1 KB)", than select "open in new window" (or tab).
inugami_kira line_art monochrome transparent_png

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can get a rough image by the sample.
Thanks for the note.

Invisible images can give you a big curiosity on what it could be.
I like Midziki's new avatar.
Shanyy said:
I like Midziki's new avatar.
I didn't know he changed it till you said it.
Heh.
Fun times when we had to explain what this image was on IRC back when it was posted.
Whoa, such a beautiful lineart. Inugami Kira seems to be an open-minded artist, presenting full-digital linearts for download. That's cool.
Debbie said:
Whoa, such a beautiful lineart. Inugami Kira seems to be an open-minded artist, presenting full-digital linearts for download. That's cool.
She provided it for the someone who could color it. It's very normal on Pixiv.
If I remember correctly it's so common on Pixiv that there's even a tag or two specifically used for the artwork and colored replies. And of course the whole picture reply thing is used for it as well. It's really neat seeing how different artists color and shade the same lineart differently. \(^▽^\)
It is common on deviantART as well. Some people create folders or even accounts only to upload linearts on them.
But normally, people give away smaller-dimensioned linearts, and well, most people are more simplistic artists. It's not like ultra-mega-pro artists like Inugami Kira, hence my good surprise. Hope that makes any sense...
Debbie said:
It is common on deviantART as well. Some people create folders or even accounts only to upload linearts on them.
But normally, people give away smaller-dimensioned linearts, and well, most people are more simplistic artists. It's not like ultra-mega-pro artists like Inugami Kira, hence my good surprise. Hope that makes any sense...
It does, but even really well known and popular artists like Sayori do it on Pixiv. post #89549