Soreon the Ninja
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Soreon the Ninja

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Fanart of Chrillbill's "OC" Soreon.
But let's all admit, it looks like Gaara.
http://www.new grounds.com/bbs/topic/126 0596

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When of the better art works i've seen of personal characters for naruto.



WOW!

I'm speechless, it looks awesome! Great job! :D


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Kashi responds:

Thanks :3


Beware of the Mascara Ninja!

Nice job on this one. I like how you drew him in some kind of semi-realistic way. Almost like you "borrowed" some cartoony features and even anime style hair.

I think the serious facial expression looks good on him.

The texture on the ninja suit was a nice choice, but I don't like how it is just plain and does not change on the arms or generally does not follow the ups and downs of the body. Though I know this would be a pain to do it all correct, but I still thought I should mention it.

The anatomy on the body is very well done and I take it, the anatomy on the head is a bit more anime-ish on purpose, since it goes rather well with the hairdo.

And finally I also like the background and how you still made the actual char stand out from it even though it's grey too.

Good job!


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Kashi responds:

You should leave reviews more often :3
The texture, I had the same thoughts, but didn't really know how to go about it, then the "well, its just bad fanart anyway" really didn't help in the motivation department either :/
Thaaaaaaaaaaanks :3

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Uploaded
Jul 19, 2011 | 9:39 PM EDT
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