As you’ll note by my greeting above, it’s early in the morning right now (about 7:30am).
MK has gotten off to a very early start this morning for she was planning to get straight to work on an assignment which she has to get done for today. But it seems I’ve gotten off to an earlier start than I’d predicted, so now I’ve actually got some free time on my hands!
That’s why I’ve finally got time t0 blog again!!!
But although I do have some free time, I still have limited time, so… let’s get to it!
Oh! Before I got to blogging, I checked out Deviantart.com for some cool manga pictures. Here are some cool ones that I found!
(Of course I have heeded Ms. Aya’s crucial instructions.) By clicking on the picture you’ll be linked to the artist’s page at Deviantart.)
Although this pictrue is just a simple drawing, I find it so pretty and deep. The shading is perfect, the eyes are beautiful the perspective is also great. This artist is clearly very skilled and talented. MK hopes to be able to draw like this one day [n_n].
What caught my eye initially about this picture was the pretty colors. But when I look at it more closely, I really like that even though this drawing has been digitally colored and enhanced, it still has a very hand-drawn feel to it that I really dig.
OK, time has run away from me more quickly than I’ve noticed, so MK only has time for one more drawing… *searches for most beautiful and impressive drawing*
Alright, I’m really not sure why, but whenever MK looks for an “impressive” piece of manga art, she always seems to lean more toward the traditional hand-drawn pen and pencil drawings *shrugs*.
Anyway, this is a really intense impressive drawing of one of my favorite manga characters, Gaara (though I don’t really like evil Gaara half as much as when he turns good). Love the shading. The hands are flawless (and I know hands are – at least for me – very difficult to draw). And I’m not expert in kanji, but even his tattoo seems perfectly drawn! Nice work!
OK, MK must now run along quickly if she’s going to make it to school in time.