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This is awesome, your work is superb. I think you got akira's style nailed.



Good work, but the shading/highlights in her eyes make it look like she's doing the one eye-half open drunk look.


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bocodamondo responds:

im just trying to recreate akira's art style, its quite a common eye position he does http://images6.fanpop.com/image/photos/34800000/Bulma-Purple-Hair-Path-To-The-Power-Screenshots-dragon-ball-females-34891839-713-395.jpg


Even the Prince of Saiyans has a soft spot.


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bocodamondo responds:

he went home to be a family man


Great work


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He really had the most emasculating storyline. Prince of all saiyins, destined for greatness, all his people killed off, made the bitch of frieza. Played second fiddle his entire life to Goku, some lowborn retard on some hick-world. Marries Bulma who has more wealth and power than he's ever had in his life, and has a spoiled brat daughter. Has no job...

No wonder he blew himself up when Buu attacked. How could you stand that life and not want to commit suicide everyday?


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bocodamondo responds:

haha, you make it sound really depressive ^^
but he did accepted his new life at the end of DBZ so im sure hes more ok with it after that .........unless super will fucking retcon and regress his personality :/

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4.63 / 5.00

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Jan 27, 2016 | 3:58 PM EST
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