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Big O! It's Showtime!

The Big O was a pretty awesome show. Confusing and cryptic, but awesome. Gotta love giant robots.

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Though I've never seen this series yet, I really like this depiction of these characters. It combines epic scale and mystery.

I thought of all the Mecha anime that Big-O was the most aesthetically pleasing. Too many of them just had the approach that most anime had to hair: add more jagged bits. This is quite nice-looking and takes appropriate liberties while maintaining the original style.

Most confusing/intriguing series I've ever watched. Batman meets Gundam meets every memory loss movie/show. The mix is dynamic but the the outcome is superb.

Another fave for me right here sir and 4.5 stars for the emotional Dorthy

I really liked the way you drew the big guy and the characters (mostly though I'm a sucker for good drawing of giant mechs through and through). My only qualm with this is Dorothy. It looks as though her face is kind of pouty here. Y U no give her emotionless stoic expression!! D:<

P.S. If you ever DO read this, could you maybe do a small request? :3 Have you ever heard of/watched Armored Trooper VOTOMS? (if not, watch that shit, it's awesome) I wanna see some good art of Chirico and those sexy ATs~<3 Pretty please~ (if comes down to cash, I spent what little I had on a 1/20 Scopedog model kit XD)

lol, the guy below rated this low because he thought Big O had a religious agenda?

it's great, although perhaps maybe just a little too...erm....accurate? It's hard to say that because it's really excellent illustration, this looks like it is a promo FOR the show...but I guess maybe it just seems like there's not enough of YOU in here.

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Mar 17, 2013
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