I tremble to think that you enjoy my work glow with pride with each smile but I can't draw if you have my book and you've had it quite a while!
This moment is precious, I cherish it, sure but the old saying now rings true for I have acquired the sweetest of cakes but I can't have it and eat it too!
sorry for not being alive past few weeks, there's been a lot going on between class and Jewish Holidays and moving, and I just need to settle back in gear. Plus my scanner broke which complicates things more. hopefully i will be more active from now on!
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Sadly, it seems that this experiment is not going the way I want...but not for lack of trying. Perhaps one more attempt. Open wide...
OKAY CAN I ESTABLISH THAT MAKING THIS DRAWING DID NOTHING TO SOOTH MY LOATHING FOR GOING TO THE DENTIST.
I could rant on and on about why I hate going to the dentist. I brush my teeth so carefully so i can spend minimal time humanly possible there. Its just so horrible, lying there helplessly on your back as strange implements or fluids are shoved into your mouth.. yeah, nothing like tasting your own blood for half an hour. *shudder*
Also I never know what category to put art like this under. all those hundreds of lines were done by hand but the background and blood shading was done on photoshop. take your pick i guess.
also all the proportions are super off but you know what you're strapped to the table under all sorts of drugs so you don't notice that.
dont forget to smile!
Kabuto Yakushi (c) Masashi Kishimoto Drawing made by
Looking at my own body, an empty shell seen through three pairs of eyes....even I can't remember what was going through my heads at the time.
(minor spoilers ahead) I'm a bit fascinated that Kabuto has that ability to separate into snakes and then reform into his whole self again. I really wonder what that feels like. And i wonder if that ability is now lost with Orochimaru's powers...
maybe we'll never know!
enjoy the art! my scanner somehow turned half the grays into browns, but it sortof works....
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Strange, the places you end up while on a mission...
I recently took a Japanese art history class and was very impressed with some of the snowy scenes depicted in the wood block prints we studied. Thought I'd try something in similar style. With Kabuto-san of course.
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