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4.53 / 5.00

Jul 6, 2011 | 6:33 AM EDT
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The eternal struggle between the rational and emotional sides of a person. In this case, it's pretty obvious who is always the first to make a shot.

"Emotion" is clearly and obviously inspired by Trigun's Vash the Stampede. Both pictured characters are one and the same, two sides of the same coin. It's the same guy I always doodle.

A friend of mine loved this one so much, he's gonna sclupt it and melt it in metal figures!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolutely amazing

Im a huge fan of trigun, and I love what you did with this. I envy your ability to draw bastard.

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Kanzer responds:

Practice and a good model makes perfect! Still got a long way to go.

There are some proportion errors that, while well camouflaged, still bother me. Like only the rightmost arm being actually the correct length. Every other arm is too long, but since this one is not, and it stands out, it gives the illusion that the others are OK x)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Vash the stampede was your reference huh

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Kanzer responds:

Yeah, said so in the description. Trigun rocks, and Vash is a perfect example to what "emotion before reason" does to someone. Glad you liked it!


Rated 1 / 5 stars

hamfisted symbolism with gay anime dudes

jesus christ what the hell is up with that guys body what were you thinking


Rated 5 / 5 stars


this is a really good drawing that depicts the battle between emotion and reason well.

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Kanzer responds:

Thanks a lot, it's so full of symbolism I didn't even bother to explain it. I guess anyone interested will look for those little details on their own anyway ^^