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Radical Departure in Art Style, or, Testing Art For Future Purposes

January 25th, 2008

OK so I got hella high one night and I was watching some anime…. I guess I was overly influenced by what I was watching as I had something of a… compulsion… to draw Anne and Shea using more manga-style cues than I ever have. The results are… nothing special, but it does give you a tiny idea of how some of my “slight-rebranding-of-my-artwork-to-be-more-anime-convention-friendly” of sorts will look.

Just a bunch of head sketches with more manga-esque eyes. More so than not at least.

Shea is shocked, while Anne is looking cute in her little hanbok (traditional Korean clothing).

… Like I said, nothing special. But at the same time, I feel a bit dirty.

7 Responses to “Radical Departure in Art Style, or, Testing Art For Future Purposes”

  1. Tom sezzzzz:

    As well you should. 😀

  2. Ace sezzzzz:

    T.T This is not a new page, how dissapointing… Remdmber… Every day… On a PSP.

  3. Ace sezzzzz:

    I think im guna start to read some other webcomics untill you have alot out. well it was fun while it lasted.

  4. mayor of moose river sezzzzz:

    TOM: Huh?

    ACE: New pages appear every Monday and Friday, so at least pop on by for them!

  5. Ace sezzzzz:

    Yeah at about a 10% sucsess rate, remember… PSP!!!

  6. mayor of moose river sezzzzz:

    ACE: I’m working on it! At least this month I got every page in on the right day and on time. At least in 2008 I have a 100% success rate! 😀

  7. Ace sezzzzz:

    Quit proveing me wrong!

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