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Luke Skywalker

Luke Skywalker from Episode V was the star of the last layout of my former website, Star Wars manga. Line art and digital screentones were a bit easier to use after one failure. I really like this artwork and it's really a shame that my old computer ate the big original. This one is a screencapture picture, but it's better than nothing.

Black Vash

Idea of making fanart of Black Vash had bugged me since autumn. I decided to get to work later in year 2004. After 11 hours I was satisfied and finished this artwork. I worked with it from December 22nd to 27th, sketching and inking taking half of the time and computer coloring taking the other half.

Ginga Nagareboshi Gin

After I had downloaded GNG theme I wanted to draw Gin itself. I sketched and inked this artwork on October 31st 2004. I added gray shades with a computer. It looks like I got a bit crazy during inking and the Moon seems to have some flames on its surface.

Necessary Thing for Your Car

Ehehee, I come again with strange ideas: Naruto with suction cups! I'm not pleased with my style to draw chibi characters, guess I just have to draw more of them.

Maple Leaf

"Iruka, your hair is too long." Yet again I inked this artwork with Sakuras and added some colors with computer. I added gray shades to bring manga feeling and orange to remind about autumn. I drew Iruka with a maple leaf, because his tied up hair reminds me about it.

Err... Those are Potatoes

Title says all. I was having too much fun at Saturday night. Cuddle, cuddle you little ones.

Vash the Stampede from Trigun

It didn't take me long to draw another Vash; on August 27th 2004 Vash with slightly more lively line art was finished while listening to Nightwish.

Geranium

On August 8th 2004 I was itching so badly to draw some fanart and I ended up spending 6 ½ hours by my drawing desk. At that time my first Vash the Stampede from Trigun was born. Those who have read the manga know the meaning of artwork's title. I used Pigma Micron pens, sized 005, 02 and 08. His anatomy and folds of his clothes decides to not cooperate with me. Drawing his artificial arm also took a lot of time.

Iruka Mosaic

This mosaic was made at the same course as former Kakashi. I was running out of time, so I decided to make a smaller mosaic of Iruka (Japanese for "dolphin"). This pair might get separeted if I sell Iruka for someone.

Kakashi Mosaic

I made this mosaic in Upper secondary school when we got an assignment to make "a distinctive profile" from mosaics. The most common question was "What's that blue thing right there? A mask?" I have good memories of this artwork because it helped to get rid off any possible stress when I broke tiles with a hammer. I also freaked people out with my "too strict" accuracy. Frames are also selfmade.

Star Wars Manga Version 1.0 Layout Art

This artwork was finished on July 23rd 2003. I drew a sketch and inked it a day before, but I was so tired that I couldn't see straight with my eyes. There is a little inside joke in this artwork.

Obi-Wan Kenobi

I drew this artwork on April 5th 2003. If I remember correctly I used Sakura Pigma Micron pens, sized 005 and 02, and some other random pen to ink Obi-Wan. At that time I wasn't happy with his hair and eyes, but it was one of the most best person portraits I had drawn on 2003.