I drew thisages ago, and I knew it was ridiculously poorly drawn even back then, but I posted it anyway. Well, on the 4th of July, I was watching 1776 again, and I figured, what better day to try again?
Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, before Independence and the Constitution, liked each other fine, but throughout their entire political careers they hated each other's guts and were constantly at each other's throats. And then apparently, once they retired, they didn't mind each other anymore. They died on the same day within a few hours of each other (the 4th of July, ironically enough.)
Historical figures are historical. However, the color schemes are loosely based on 1776.
I based India image playing flute to Little Krishna. Music Video : [link]
The Indian-Indonesian relationship stretch back for almost two millennia. The ties between Indonesia and India date back to the times of the Ramayana, "Yawadvipa" (Java) is mentioned in India's earliest epic, the Ramayana. Sugriva, the chief of Rama's army dispatched his men to Yawadvipa, the island of Java, in search of Sita. Indians had visited Indonesia since ancient times, and ancient Indonesian (Austronesian people) has embarked in maritime trade in Southeast Asian seas and Indian Ocean. The Ancient Indians spread Hinduism and many other aspects of Indian culture including the Sanskrit and Brahmi Script. India had played a big role in Indonesian culture, which is a fusion of Indian, Chinese, Southeast Asian, and indigenous Indonesian culture. The trace of Indian influences is most evident in great numbers of Sanskrit loanwords in Indonesian languages.
The name Indonesia derives from the Latin Indus, meaning "India", and the Greek nesos, meaning "island". (due to the similarity of the culture in both regions). The name dates to the 18th century, far predating the formation of independent Indonesia. During the Srivijaya era, many Indonesians studied at Nalanda University in India. Indianised Hindu-Buddhist kingdoms, such as Srivijaya, Medang, Sunda and Majapahit were the predominant governments in Indonesia, and lasted from 200 to the 1500s, with the last remaining being in Bali. Source :[link]
Hetalia, England aph, Spain aph, Egypt aph, Italy aph, Macau aph & Netherlands aph belonged to Himaruya H. Spice Islands is Maluku Islands in Indonesia. Indonesia aph, Malaysia aph & Portugal aph based on Himaruya's sketch. ([link]) India OC design by dinosaurusgede
Solly, Solly, Solly. I promise I have a Spy and a Pyro on the way. Soldier, however, will not be denied. You know how pushy he can be.
I've pretty much come to accept that I can't quite get the TF2 style, but I think they work pretty well in my own. As for the doodle at the bottom there, I play Medics most of the time and I usually end up piggy-backing any Soldiers in the general vicinity.
"Give back that helmet maggot or you're going to get an ass kicking of epic proportions. Don't make me beat you with this shovel..."
Yeah, I can't draw crew cuts worth a damn.
I have no idea why I like Soldier so much. I really don't. When I first found TF2, I was totally fangirling over Engie (which I still do...), but slooooowly got pulled over to Soldier. I think it was the laughing bit in "Meet the Soldier." Something about that and his...unique take on Sun Tzu just makes me love the big lummox. That and I love just the occasional seeing of one eye. Keep your little Scouts, I'll take Solly.
Test for marve!!l, haha kidding. Soon though after the comicon I'm hopin for some art jobs
this is how spiderman 3 should have ended, this was a more in depth piece where I concentrated more on the background then the character itself. I wanted him to be in an environment that is feasable. THe speed painting I have been doing has helped alot and the brush pack I had makes doing buildings pretty easy. I did use some stock photos of the cop cars however those were a last minute addition. Everything else however is totally hand done.