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Battle Ready James


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HURR DURR more drawerings


And here is something neat.

I do wish this was a colored version though, dont get me wrong its pretty nifty, and kind of entertaining, but maybe some added color and or all of it colored, the whole linework of it all really is nifty and welldone, or as an idea keep the main character be black and white while the backround could have some color to it or even vice versa, anyways nice work here, hope to see more of your work soon.

So with this one some added color would be nice especialy if it was in the backround while still keeping some black and white to it.

I guess you are a Team Rocket fan after all. As I am a big one myself, it's great to see a picture like this. You really seemed to portray this character the way any fan wants him to be portrayed, as a giant badass. The Best Wishes version wasn't as badass as this, so this is awesome. What I love about this is how there are so many little things on his body that are sticking out. He has the same boots and knife Jessie has.

It would be funny if you had Meowth dressed like this. I love how he's showing off his muscles. It seems like you kind of got his hair wrong, because it should be in strands. Of course, this wasn't meant to accurately portray the way he looks in the show obviously. As before, the "R" is a good background.

Dude, do you mind if I colour this? and keep it in my sexy collection while never using it to gain fame other then getting you more fame?

Hey, Krinkels! Lovely and magnificent drawing of James.

This artwork shows a good soldier that uses his guns to save people that he likes

Keep up with the good work! :D

Didn't think James was into guns.
Wish he had a shotgun though...

Nice drawerings!

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Apr 20, 2012
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