A fellow that love animes, games and sci-fi books.
When I have some inspiration (what happens sudden and rarely), I do art, like drawing anime/manga characters (sometimes I don't even know where they're from), and making simple vectors.
In fact, my pencil drawings are just copies. I didn't took them out of my mind. Some of them come from anime shots, others from random web pictures. When I choose one of them to draw, I print it and I put it beside an empty sheet. Then, I start "copying" it, just looking at it and checking the proportions and the length of the traces. That's all. I don't have creativity. Really. I'm not sure if this is art.
Favourite TV Shows
Death Note, Angel Beats!, Code Geass, Jigoku Shoujo, Steins;Gate, and many others
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Girls DeMo, 2NE1, SNSD, 4MINUTE, BEG, and others
Rules of Deception, Harry Potter saga, Digital Fortress, Deception Point, I Kill
It's been quite a long time since I posted something here :/ I can't remember the last time I watched anime, or drew something.
As you could see, I've finished the Divergence Meter, and made the Okabe cosplay. That was 3 months ago. Since then, I haven't done anything in the art world. But I've been accessing dA once a week, checking feedback messages and some art.
I was seeing the Clannad Club deviations, and then I saw a Dango plush. Then I found out that it was handmade, and that there's a tutorial! My girlfriend was looking for one of those since she watched Clannad. Now that I found a tutorial, I think I'm going to make one. But I've b
So, as you can see, I'm almost finishing the Divergence Meter. Yay!
In the bottom, you can see the central board, the last step I've done. The eraser, at the left, is only to hold the boards in place XD.
At the back side, you can see two buttons at the right, that are "mode" and "set". See the video to see how it works. At the left, a on/off switch, and a power connector.
Initially, the divergence meter is powered by a +5V power adapter. A cell phone charger can do it, although it can heat since my device drains ~700mA - ordinary chargers can provide only ~500mA (electronics stuff, nevermind). Then, as I had finished the central board, I r