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A modified Drawing of Kill Bill's "The Bride"
Another one of my Freehand drawings that I made years ago. Yes, it was obviously traced. Either way, these were some of the experimental drawings that introduced me to freehand when I was taking a graphics design course in 2004.

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I tried recommending you for the art portal, but it says you're already a member. I don't quite understand that. Anyway, this is your best art piece yet. I think it's because you drew someone you are not associated with. You haven't done anything with the Bride. I think that's why this picture is so good.

It is simply a picture that's done quite well. Are those robots? I don't remember them from the first movie. Well, it was long and a lot of stuff happened anyway. The eyes are nicely done too.



hmmmm the style is very good, the blood splatters despite the if i may quote the guy below me, Anime-style of the picture are realistic in direction and splatter patterns. The tears in the clothing are a good touch and the bloody face and disleveled hair makes the person look like they have been in a rather brutal fight recently. The Eyes are a bit Majora-ish, which i feel gives it a slightly more creepy appearance. All i all i have to give it at least a 4.5 bare minimum.



Well To Be Taking Course ... This very Anime!
I mean, very good ... No I get the ANIME! Hahaaa!
Congratulations!



"kill bongo bongo"

it looks like bongo bongo from ocorina of time behind her lol
or maybe im just seein things?



Looks awesome!

Looks like something from Kill Bill. Is it from Kill Bill?


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Feb 1, 2011
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