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ARGH! I SWEAR I will get back to making Kirby-themed art soon! It's just that I've been sick for a little while (not Swine Flu) and only just now got back into the drawing loop. I have been drawing MOTHER stuff for the series upcoming 20th anniversary this month, which is approaching July 27th. Oh yeah, and this may stand out as the first bit of trad art I've uploaded here, eh? Truth be told I do more of this stuff than I do digital! I'm actually more comftorable with trad art, I just don't upload it.

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Destructo-Knight   [Jul 16, 2009 at 10:51 AM]
That is just awesome! I love the colouring and the way you potrayed the characters. The poses on everyone are also well done and the use of shading and shine are marvelous! I don't know but.. did you mean to not Pokey in? just a question thst popped into my head.
AnimeKittyCafe   [Jul 16, 2009 at 12:25 PM]
Haha, I intended to put him in from the start, along with his brother Picky... but something fell through and I apparently forgot by time I filled in all that extra space! Shocked Yeah, 'tis a shame. At least Porky will get in on some MOTHER3 action when I do the MOTHER3-themed picture (I'm doing pics for MOTHER1 and 3 too!).
Qtie4U   [Jul 16, 2009 at 05:32 PM]
I know nothing about Mother, but that octopus looks a lot like Meta Knight! XD
Dedede-Daimyo   [Jul 17, 2009 at 11:36 AM]
Haaa~ Another as good as the last (latest), if not better. The same critiques apply here: grand coloring, linework, and character placement and formation. No matter if the medium is traditional or technological, the end product will always be a masterpiece if the heart of the artist is put into it. That much is clear, here, no?
A small tip, not that you need it~ When coloring a (usually large) area, wanting it to look highlighted but not wanting the gravely pencil-on-paper appearance, go over the area in a white colored pencil (after applying the base color, first). This will smooth the hue out, contributing to the highlight, while not distorting the original color. See the previous picture's Large red robo, or Starman here.
AnimeKittyCafe   [Jul 17, 2009 at 12:17 PM]
Wow! Thank you so much for the tip! You are an awesome critic Wink Yes, I will be sure to try that out next time! It was something that bothered even me about the two pictures. Glad to see I will be able to fix it in time for my MOTHER3 picture.

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