I still think this is one of the best models Ninjatoes has ever made...and I haven't even played Twilight Princess! You can see him in more detail here: [link] ------------- Part of a series of rotating papercrafts: Luigi: [link] Mario: [link] Kurt Zisa: [link] Aryll: [link]
This just seems like the perfect way to display a papercraft...I don't know why I've never done it before! Expect to see a lot more of my collection in this manner soon! See him in more detail here: [link] See him with Mario here: [link] -------------------- Part of a series of rotating papercrafts: Mario: [link] Kurt Zisa: [link] Zora Armor Link: [link] Aryll: [link]
i'm still coloring it with their actual colors, O_O
this was drawn with the mouse and wow, the lines are hella NEAT. O_O though the anatomy is pretty bad. that's why i want my tablet back. TTATT I was messing around with OpenCanvas to see if anything pretty would happen, this was what i gotted.
I worked really hard on this! It raised all kinds of interesting questions. Questions like "Why is Aqua using her ultimate weapon while the boys are still on their first ones?" and "What are they charging at anyway?"
When I first started getting games for my PSP, I planned to make a cover for each one. I started for both Crisis Core and Dissidia, but the composition sucked and I eventually gave up. But I loved BBS enough to actually stick with it. I started this picture just after I finished Ven's side, and finished after I completed the whole game.
I discovered that both keyblades and armor are ridiculously hard to draw, and that Ventus is actually wearing four layers of shirts. Why is he doing that?
Originally I'd considered selling this kind of thing at conventions, but then I realized that only people who coincidentally have the exact same PSP cover as I do would want one. So for now at least, it's just for me.
This was made by tracing the boring black sheet saying "PSP" that came with the case, scanning the trace, making it larger, printing it out, drawing and watercoloring within the line, scanning it, shrinking it back to size, printing it out again, and cutting it out with an exacto knife. I think I accidentally made the printout too blue. I'll probably print it again without worrying that the printer will screw up the colors, thereby not screwing them up myself.
The top pic is the scan, the bottom is a photo of the PSP in its case. Yes, I have a Winnie the Pooh on my PSP. Shut up.