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2.50 / 5.00

Sep 8, 2011 | 3:18 AM EDT
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498 x 715 px
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I made this some years ago. i was trying to get the hang of Photoshop CS2. To be honest i had the original right beside me so i could always look it up. Even after all these years i still think something is wrong. I lost the original (my couzin ripped it to shred omg!) so i cant compare anymore. what do you think?

Yes, this was also posted on Deviant Art. By me, SuRei, This is also pretty much my first art submission on newgrounds. If it goes well i might start submitting more in the near future.

Before i forget, This character is Imari. she's from an Erotic Anime named Bible Black. And by erotic i mean "hentai". DVD should be available in the US btw. (i watched it so yeah nothing to say except it was great)



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A somewhat fuzzy (line work) but otherwise precise drawing! It would've been nice with a more original take on her character though, a pose or place we haven't already seen, because this really is just like the original, expression and pose and clothing and everything. :) Makes a good homage though - to one of the best hentai's ever made! Nice work.


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Sreith responds:

Altought this is not copy-pasted, it's pretty much as close as it can get. This is way back when I had no idea what I was doing with Photoshop CS2. I had a poster of her in this exact pose and clothing right next to me while drawing.

Thanks for looking at my submissions, I know they aren't that great and even though I'll never be able to draw again (physical and psychological reasons), it still warms my heart when people enjoy or criticize my art. It was a big part of my life at some point.