Tag: watercolor manga

 
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Toadette+ Juri Crossover

Hey, Homura!! I have a riddle for you! What happens when you mix a street fighter with a Mushroom Kingdom citizen? Watch the video and find out~

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Jigoku Usagi(crossover art)

Another fan art crossover of Hell Girl(Jigoku Shoujo) and something else. In this installment it is Usagi Tsukino, better known as Sailor Moon. I am liking this more than Jigoku Miku. Perhaps it’s the moon background. Anywho, which crossover from Hell will I create next? Mwuhahahahaa– *chokes on leek*

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Getting out the my drawing comfort zone~

Today is the day that I will draw something that I’m proud of!! -Grateful that it turned out well. Yeah go me! It’s Lightening Equip Ezra Scarlet from Fairy Tail.

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Lucy Heartfilia Watercolor(Fan Art Friday)

So I’m boarding the transfer bus this fine Thursday morning to college. The usual. I bring my sketchbook with no prior plan on what to draw. While I wait for the bus to leave the terminal I ponder on what I want to draw. I want to search the Pinterest machine to inspiration but my … Read More

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The red headed MikuMarmalade avatar

Avatar originates from website Gaiaonline     Oh boy did I enjoy drawing that hair. I accidentally painted a horn red forgetting it was a horn and not another spike. I formally blame this on watching anime while painting. Moral of the story, don’t paint and watch TV kiddos. Red stuff gets in undesirable places. … Read More

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Hachune Miku grows up?! 

*Le gasp* Such adorable is Hachune Miku. What if she had a manga face?! Well it happened. Miku has manga eyes. I have dabbled into using some new watercolor brushes. They hold water, which is great for travel. Hint, hint, you should get some if you enjoy Watercolor or inking and don’t already own  a … Read More

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The Tama chan(Happy Fan art Friday)

Warning: Semi spoiler ahead after image itself.  Fan art from series Magical Girl Raising Project.  How would Tama look when she grew up if Swim Swim didn't massacre her after finding out her true identity? She's be a voluptuous shy grown Tama, still digging holes somewhere and hopefully avoiding Swim Swim.  The original watercolor painting … Read More