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Drawing Comparison 2012 - 2014 by ShinguAmito

Wow, very significant improvement within the course of 2 years. One thing I see is the piece not lining up anatomically. The proportion...

Secret Santa for PBZantonelli on MM.net by Fixer444

Awesome work! It's looks a bit murky, and the thin hatch marks look strange. Also the anatomy seems rather odd. But a lot of Oomph to t...

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Some art student thinga ma jiggy.
Guys, this for an art student's thesis. Check it out if you want.

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Hey guys! Che Bureiku again, I wanted to inform you about the current status of Cowboy Shark. Well I found a new job, so now I've been upgraded from broke to poor.( Che Broku digivolves too... CHE POORKU!) You guys may not be aware of this, but when I made the original version of Cowboy Shark, the comic did not actually cost me anything to produce. Cowboy Shark has always been my "budget friendly comic", where I could make a page not care about what it looked like and improve my art skills. But slowly I started to enjoy the comic more and more. I never thought of Cowboy Shark as being one of staples, or something I would claim as my own. It's strange, it feels like the idea behind the adopted child; the biological child doesn't have to earn your love, because it was already initially there, because they were made from you, but for the adopted child the love had to grow for them over time. I always viewed Cowboy Shark as something I just drew, because it was all people asked for, it was all they wanted to read from me, and majority of the decisions made for the comic were heavily influenced by the feelings of others. But then I began to notice something, both that comic and myself were suffering. We were not happy with each other, Cowboy Shark did not like the way I was drawing or telling it, because it was not being treated like its brother and sister comics; I was not happy with how Cowboy Shark was turning out despite it being my fault. It took me a while, but I had to realize as a parent that I cannot let the influences of others raise my child, but rather I should be raising my child myself.

Yes guys, we are still talking about comics.

I need to take better of my child and spend money on them. I need to treat each moment of their life like it's something special. I need to spend time with them. You getting it yet? My comics need money to make, I need to enjoy drawing my comic,  I need to spend more time on the art and story. So I need a new scanner and a new domain, I'm still open for commissions. It's always been my dream to become "Che Proku" or "Che Notsopoorallthetimefinallyhavemoneyinthebanktoworkonhiscomicsbehappyandsuccessfuldoingitfortherestofhislife...ku"
Drawing Comparison 2012 - 2014 by ShinguAmito
Wow, very significant improvement within the course of 2 years. One thing I see is the piece not lining up anatomically. The proportions look good, but the angle from which she stands is what's a little off. Since the right leg is further away and at a turn it would seem elevated and shorter in comparison to the other leg; Especially how spread apart they are. The more spread apart the legs are while standing at that angle or sideways, the smaller the one furthest away from us will appear. I hope that made sense to you. Nice piece man, it caught my attention pretty quick while I was going through my feed, keep up the good work!
Hey guys! Che Bureiku again, I wanted to inform you about the current status of Cowboy Shark. Well I found a new job, so now I've been upgraded from broke to poor.( Che Broku digivolves too... CHE POORKU!) You guys may not be aware of this, but when I made the original version of Cowboy Shark, the comic did not actually cost me anything to produce. Cowboy Shark has always been my "budget friendly comic", where I could make a page not care about what it looked like and improve my art skills. But slowly I started to enjoy the comic more and more. I never thought of Cowboy Shark as being one of staples, or something I would claim as my own. It's strange, it feels like the idea behind the adopted child; the biological child doesn't have to earn your love, because it was already initially there, because they were made from you, but for the adopted child the love had to grow for them over time. I always viewed Cowboy Shark as something I just drew, because it was all people asked for, it was all they wanted to read from me, and majority of the decisions made for the comic were heavily influenced by the feelings of others. But then I began to notice something, both that comic and myself were suffering. We were not happy with each other, Cowboy Shark did not like the way I was drawing or telling it, because it was not being treated like its brother and sister comics; I was not happy with how Cowboy Shark was turning out despite it being my fault. It took me a while, but I had to realize as a parent that I cannot let the influences of others raise my child, but rather I should be raising my child myself.

Yes guys, we are still talking about comics.

I need to take better of my child and spend money on them. I need to treat each moment of their life like it's something special. I need to spend time with them. You getting it yet? My comics need money to make, I need to enjoy drawing my comic,  I need to spend more time on the art and story. So I need a new scanner and a new domain, I'm still open for commissions. It's always been my dream to become "Che Proku" or "Che Notsopoorallthetimefinallyhavemoneyinthebanktoworkonhiscomicsbehappyandsuccessfuldoingitfortherestofhislife...ku"

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Che Bureiku
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
United States
Hey! I've been drawing as long as I can remember, and I started drawing manga, when I turned 13, I'm currently 21. And let me tell you that my work may not be the best, but when it comes to manga, I know what I'm doing.
I'm also currently an enlisted soldier in the U.S. Army.
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AndreaLeon Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2014  Student Filmographer
thx for the watch :D
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Hinatazuk Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014
Hm, I wonder who this is? :P lol
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Reabault Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Something smells fishy and you can't edit comments here. reabault.deviantart.com/art/Bl…
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Reabault Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Something smells fishy here. www.deviantart.com/submit/devi…
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JutaWi Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
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alakotila Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Birthday! I have for you ... earcake! Orrr I'd like to say that ... no, wait, I wouldn't like to say that. Sorry, no earcake for you. You'll have to be settle for cheesecake. :P
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CZProductions Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
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GigabytesOfInsanity Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2014
Sankyuu for ze watch Bureiku
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Johny-Fox Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well ill just watch you right back =P
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CZProductions Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Merry Christmas, Che.
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