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BUMP MAH FYST!

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Love it

So I really love the shading on this one you really bring on some very unique shading here and while this is a black and white I found it to be pretty nice work here some added color may or may not improve but will be a nice idea

~~SUGGESTED IDEAS~~
Some subtle shades of color might be one idea to think on

~X~

Hey this is alright!

It took me awhile to even recognize the characters who were in this drawing! I am glad I can now easily understand it to be Goku and Vegeta from "Dragonball Z". I have no idea who the little guy in the middle coming out of their fists is. He's still pretty cool to have around. While the drawing is good, it does kind of turn me off a bit. It just seems to be a style so different for the DBZ characters. Also, their necks (especially Goku's) seem too long.

The little arrow pointing out to where their fists are bumping is pretty cool as well. The characters are actually drawn in a fairly realistic manner. I guess I have to give you points for accuracy even if it did not suit my tastes that well. It's cool how you can see how this was done entirely on pencil with the lines. It was, wasn't it?

WIN

You sir win.

and this is what really happend

and this is how the powerful goku and the prince of all saiyans vegeta celebrated the defeat of mighty janemba...the brofist says it all, phenomenal drawing, love the personal touches you gave to the look of goku and vegeta, very awsome

I can't help to think...

Goku truly has that expression on his face that says : "Duuuuude......cool man!"
Truly is quite the different expression we have from our regular stares and screaming we got from the original anime/manga. :P

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Jun 1, 2010
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