Great painting, really moody! I've noticed some painters recently have a kind of red/blue '3D' colouring to their pictures, like this one, do you achieve that by duplicating parts of the painting, colouring it and then offsetting it? And is it a stylistic choice or does the image actually pop with glasses on? Sorry for the 'noobish' questions, I've been meaning to ask someone for ages!
Awesome speedpaint though, the eye flare and grain are a nice touch
hahaha The art is fantastic but don't you feel that Kubo pulls the stories out of his ass far too much and has still lacked any attempt to delve into isshin's background?..I suppose with this arc we will see. still, I rate him for managing a long running manga. One Piece never caught on to you?
Hmm the story is amazing in one piece, great character development, so it's a shame. I don't blame you about pirates of the carribean, wasn't hot about it either. Fingers crossed you decide to give it a shot, It seems to becoming a hobby of mine converting people to it's Greetness
Hope you don't mind me spoiling you with a scene to tempt you. [link]
Naoooooo~ ah well! it isn't the best scene but something I thought could intrigue you. all the good stuff is only fantastic when you are familiar with the characters as it gets pretty emotional. Honestly though, I think you are my generation of cartoon/anime watchers so if you grew up on dragonball z, avatar, first gen pokemon, samurai jack, mummies alive etc. I think you could love one piece. Especially if you are a story guy.
I loved bleach, it was awesome at one point where it was hands down the best...but then it took an arrow to the knee soundtrack is still beast though, but that's just Shiro Sagisu being a don as usual.
Yay! We've been waiting to see your Starrk. You made him look way more intimidating than the original (and I like that you drew him darker skinned too). You're right, in more ways than one, he was the only one with common sense (plus I think Kubo had been dying to draw guns).