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Bomber Man

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Created in March 2006. Posted on my Deviantart. Four hour drawing using pencils, a Copic brush pen, 02 Micron, and Photoshop 5. I was bored and wanted to do something that was quick and high octane.

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Love the color in this one

Well I love the color in this one it really just jumps out at you very sharp color and this is an awsome piece of work even the drawing jumps at you. keep up the great and amazing works of art.

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This is pretty solid, maybe some brighter lighting effects but not really needed.

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Tough bold lines that are also clean, this is a great piece.

Pretty sweet!

I am not a fan of BomberMan, but I did think that this was fairly well done. What was really cool was how you put him in such a dramatic pose. There was action every bit of the way even though it was not a moving picture. I love the shading in this, particularly with how there are these little sparks around the bombs. Orange happens to be my favorite color, so the background was good too. Bomberman looks just as good here as he would in an official drawing of him.

What also worked was the lines that show motion. I'm no cartoonist, but even I know that is a good way of creating the illusion of motion. There was quite a bit of detail put into all of the bombs and how they were flying around. While I'm not a fan of the series, any one who is should love this image. Even his eyebrows seem to have depth.

memories

now i will go play bomberman 64.

Hell Yeah!

Bomber Man rules!!

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Banzchan
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Aug 26, 2009
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