Sunday, November 6, 2016
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
2016: amazing year for "berserk" fans. the new manga will finally be out in just a few days after three f. years of waiting, miura confirmed that it'll be a monthly release again, there's a new anime series out (which i already truly love but also quite hate for a couple of reasons) aaand there'll be a new game out later this year... (still own the dreamcast game and the ps2 game, especially love that one). you see, it's a good time for doin' a new berserk fan art - this one is called "the black swordsman", cause that's who he is. hope you like guts.
Sunday, May 22, 2016
finally back with some fan art again, it's called "the night watch" and is based on the amazing "Monstress": a comic written by Marjorie Liu and drawn by Sana Takeda. kotaku called it "a gorgeous comic book about racism, war and slavery" - with good reason. i love the manga-inspired, detailed art and i really enjoy the story so far! it's like blending berserk, ghibli and a little final fantasy all together, but its still something very unique. the world and its characters are so awesome - especially the cats... :D
can't wait for #6 to be released. hope you enjoy maika, kippa and master ren. :)
done with the standard brush in PS CS3.
Friday, February 12, 2016
back with some blackbook/sketchbook pages i filled up with more sleeping, unaware and aware strangers i met in the early hours of the day, late in the evening or in the middle of the night by bus and train. "the red one" - finally, i managed to draw him - however it's only a small sketch and not very detailed but he's such a remarkable old guy. wearing a red hat and a red jacket, he's always smiling and travels with a small bike which you can foldout - dunno the exact term. hopefully i can do a better, bigger one in the future. the lady and the curlywunder girl sketched with black marker came into beeing while i was visiting a friend of mine in guildford. drew them on the way to london... the text beside dog (named jackpot) is a quote from his master: "i recognize my dog in what you are doing there..."