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Uravity Kick!

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She gon’ knock you out.

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Nice, solid piece of artwork. I have recently tried to get into Boku no Hero Academia and so far Uraraka is my F A V O R I T E character and best waifu. The colors are very pleasing and the line work is superb. Great piece of art all around


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Nice work, Uraraka is best gravity waifu!



The bits on her fingerprints are the same color as her fingernail which makes her left hand look... off. There is a context clue being her middle finger on her right hand and if you look closer index finger on right hand and pinky, ring, on left hand. Or knowing that in the anime these bits allow her to use her quirk through her gloves where in this case they could be a small range increase!


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I can't start on how absolutely AMAZING this is! Being a MHA fan myself I can say that this looks EXTREMELY accurate to the original show.

GG mate GG.


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mattsimp responds:

Woah thanks my dude, I appreciate it!


It's a captivate pose, stunning in simple details.
I do have one 'question' though. Her left hand thumb (right for the viewers).. is that thumb bent or does she have a fingernail on the fingerprint side? The line of the glove does indicate that.
And yes, the fact that I've noticed this, because this piece is fascinating!

(now ducks for cover)


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mattsimp responds:

Thank you very much for the comment! To answer your question, she has lil’ pads on her fingers. The context lies within the show she’s from, though after uploading I noticed it was a bit ambiguous, so I don’t blame you for asking!

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