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Kurosawa Tribute


Just a piece inspired heavily by Kurosawa movies!
under an hour, bout 45 minutes I think.

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Right on the money

You captured the essence and mood of the film very nicely, thank you for sharing this.

Its alive!

Life. Each of your pieces seems to breath just a little. They take on a life completely their own and every time I see another one I hear a voice in my head giving me a summary of what led up to the events seen in the picture itself. This specific one speaks for itself. Yet I wonder why you do not combine this world that you have created into one massive series, each image depicting yet another part of the tale...bah but what do I know. I'm not exactly the ambitious type though jealous I am getting closer and closer to becoming lol.

Great job. Even done quickly this ones heart is still beating.
10/10 5/5.
Hope to see more

that is great!

the whole thing is amazing. what type of paint did you use?

damm wat a showdown :D

haha damm dude ur way enough to inspired me :D but i wonder how u made this drawings? i mean its kinda obvouis start by hand then wat do u next? anyway great art, enought to sell it to some fanatic fantasy art collectors XD


What program do u use to draw these on? Caz all I know how to use is microsoft paint, wich isnt very good caz i need to broaden my horizons. If u cud answer my question it wud help alot, thanks u.

Credits & Info

4.77 / 5.00

Aug 8, 2009
6:11 AM EDT
File Info
1100 x 619 px
175.6 KB
  • Weekly 5th Place August 12, 2009
  • Daily 2nd Place August 9, 2009

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