Saint Seiya: Hermes

Masami Kurumada, Saint Seiya, Hermes (Saint Seiya), Member Art
Masami Kurumada Mangaka Saint Seiya Series Hermes (Saint Seiya) Character Member Art Source


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This is Hermes from the series Sacred Saga. Personally, I think this one is better than my Dionysus I made some time ago...what do you think about it?

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  1. pogimonzgt Jan 17, 2006

    wowee. amazing job there AgataMare... i want to learn to draw! rarrr... *drools* i want like... 1/100 of your talent. lol. great job! keep it up!

  2. BlkLotus Jan 17, 2006

    again astounded by your wonderful art work. wow keep it up.! adding to fav's for sure

  3. fireflywishes Retired Moderator Jan 18, 2006

    beautiful doujin AgataMare-san! it's so detailed and the lines are so nice and crisp! the only thing i see is that the fingers of his right hand seem kind of awkward... (maybe too much space between them?) but other than that, great job! keep it up! :D

  4. SilentNymph Jan 20, 2006

    I think it's better then Dionysus too but I still think you should draw them more "readeble". What I mean is that although I absolutelly adore the omount of detail you use in all you drawings and your technique of shadeing different materials which always has a result wonderful textures I find a fault to them........Basically I think they should be somehow focused. The lack of shadeing and contrast in the way you use lines makes the viewer dizzy. You see, even from first sight you can deduce that your drawings are outstanding but I do belive that it's a bad thing that I have to look attentively if I want to make out the character and after that sort out the details.
    I'm sorry for the long comment but I couldn't help it since you are one of the most tallent artists I had the priviledge to come upon.

  5. AgataMare Jan 20, 2006

    (I reply here, so in case anyone else wants an explication, he/she can find it)
    Pity I cannot use china, so my draws seem always dizzy. I have to say that the most part of the bad results it's due to the scanner, that tends to brightens the images I scan. My draws can be more appreciated if seen "live". I mean, if you have my draws in front of your nose, you'll see they are not dizzy. Then you have to think I always increase the resolutions, and it is known that if an image is "little", it is confused if its dimensions are increased. ^^

    (P.s.: This is not a critic to SilentNymph's post, it's only an explication)

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