Monday, 30 August 2010

Games #2

Aya from Onechanbara - Bikini Samurai Squad (after cover art)
Azel from Panzer Dragoon Saga/Azel (after promo art)
Chun-Li from Street Fighter series
Ibuki from Super Street Fighter IV
Juri from Super Street Fighter IV
Orta from Panzer Dragoon Orta
Rubi from Wet
Tamon Takeuchi and Yoriko Anno as themselves from Forbidden Siren
Tira from Soul Calibur series
This time a bit more light-hearted update featuring characters from some of my favourite video games, fashioned after both familiar faces to the site and a couple of new acquaintances. Artist's freedom has produced some features and details their models don't necessarily have.

Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Future World

The Sci-Fi Priestess (inspired by Luis Royo)
The Hostess
The Centurion, Vidstar
The Commander, Air Forces
The Assassin
Molly the Bodyguard
The Cursed, a Wasteland dweller
This series dates back to February but there has always been material that has displaced it as an update. Maybe it was because I wasn't entirely happy with the whole set of drawings for it. But now I thought I must publish it, otherwise it would be left lying in a drawer for unforeseen time! First I mended the series though, kept the pictures I liked, ditched two, moved one to another series (to be published later) and draw two new ones. Also, I happened to dig up a drawing dating from January which had only a figure drawn to it. For some reason I had deserted the drawing as a failure, but now that I looked at it, there was nothing drastically wrong with it, so I added a background and included now completed drawing in this series.

What we have here is a hierarchy of different standings in some undeterminded future world.

Monday, 9 August 2010

New story up at 'Graphic Voices'

There's a new shorty story up at Graphic Voices. The Exhibiton tells about an eccentric artist and art critics visting the exhibition. If you're offended by a word 'penis' and a single sight of bare breasts, shy away from it. Otherwise you're most welcome!

Friday, 6 August 2010

Love the feeling of the rain today


Just experimenting with different colors Deleter Neopiko-series 2 skin tones package has to offer. This time I chose 'maize' for skin foundation and 'pink beige' for shadowing. Neopikos don't produce as even and bright surfaces as Letraset Promarkers but you can get some lively skin texture with them. I don't like how Neopikos smudge the brush pen I use for the line work though. Speaking of brush pens, I usually like to use half-dryed ones for drawing in facial features to get delicate lines. For outlining, I pick up one in a better shape.