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Jashugan

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Fanart of 銃夢 (Gunnm) aka Battle Angel Alita.
Jashugan, the Emperor of Motorball ! º0º

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Jashugan, while a gentle giant, was certainly no pushover in the Motorball Arena. Being one of the toughest opponents Alita has ever faced, he became one of the most memorable characters of the series, with him even teaching her a thing or two about "chi" (I think. Either way, Alita learned about chi from him.)

You did your best to capture his power and skill through this picture, with his roaring spirit emitting from his body. Well done!

DenXVII responds:

Thanks, I really like that character too. ^^

its got that afro samurai feel <3

Incredible piece, the lines, the color, the composition, the detail. They all blend together great.

DenXVII responds:

Thanks !
I tried to capture the awesomeness of the character.
I'm glad it shows. :3

Looking pretty powerful in this one! :D Nice work with them patterns and flame. Real surge of energy. Inspiring work.

-cd-

DenXVII responds:

In the manga, his arms spin to grind the opponents.
It's quite effective. ^_^

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DenXVII
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Jun 13, 2018
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