Original: Geisha Lady...

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Cause I got busy recently (thanx to my instructor that give me so many tasks to take home) and can't do much in vector or wallie, so I made this doujin when I get bored hear my instructor said in campus. Mainly speak, I made this one in class yesterday.

First, I wanna try to make it monochrome, that's my think, but I don't really know what it is. Don't mind the title cause I can't thinking it well! ARRGGGHHHH~~~ I had 4-5 hours in a day to hear that alien language from my instructor so I had 4-5 hours to made it *THIS IS MY NEW RECORD* ... I used pencil, drawing pen and stabilo for this one

Thanks to my friend on the side and front seat that covered me from that devil eye...

When I'm done, they are shouting at me: "HOW CAN YOU MAKE THIS AWESOME ONE WHILE THAT KILLER AROUND? AND THIS IS SO FAST!" I don't know too, just instinct.... that's my answer.... Just one that I can really tell to them, my hands hurt after that... ouch... Too serious in drawing... By the way, at last I borrow my friend's note about what's that Instructor speak anyway... and the hell repeat... my hands.....!

Fortunately, with sleeping in half of day, my hands cured itself slowly so I can write this...

Hope you like this helly work... and please comment ^^

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  1. MapleRose Retired Moderator Nov 21, 2008

    This is beautiful ^^ I love the way you drew her hair, and how only the shadows are coloured in :) Nice design on her kimono as well, love the butterflies :)

  2. LZC Nov 21, 2008

    Another beautiful piece, there's a lot less to find any fault with than before!

    Just, the initial perspective on looking was rather weird... I sort of couldn't tell which direction the character was facing until closer scrutiny (I mistook the kimono-knot on the back as some sort of scarf held in one hand, but it seemed so wrong until I noticed it was the right-hand that was on the frame). Possibly, colouring in the kimono-knot might help?

    Interestingly, I can't help but notice that your original doujin pieces produced during lectures (stress?) typically look a lot better! :)
    Please take care to rest a bit and avoid tendonitis!

  3. Sakura-Dust Nov 21, 2008

    Wonderful work, it would look terrific colored <3

  4. VardaMorrigan Nov 21, 2008

    Beautiful! I really like it!

  5. Rai1e Nov 21, 2008

    Such a tremendous improvement! *_* man, this pic's really stunning. Definitely a fave! :)

  6. Koboshi93 Nov 21, 2008

    Ohhh the kimono is very detailed and pretty I love the hair too.
    VEry nice draw

  7. Kaitou-Kid Nov 22, 2008

    Woah... nice... So much detail on the kimono... Reminds me of BATIK... lololol...
    The hands is too small I think. I think it would be better if you put both hands down.
    To me, It's perfect if you crop 25% of the righthand part of the pic (Without the pillar and the hand)

    Sorry kalo kritik gw pedes... I can't stop myself... So... Sekali lagi maaf...

  8. toumarie Nov 22, 2008

    o__O! Kewl!
    You made this only 4-5 hours? Sugoooiii!
    Love the kimono's haha...nice2... and yeah, I think her hand is a bit small harharhar...
    I like her expression too (cuma sedikit aneh (IMO loh) "lubang kuping" nya (I don't know the english of the words inside "..." oke? so don't mind it hahahha....)
    Overall.. good job *thumbs up*

  9. YoruAngel866 Nov 22, 2008

    This is truly beautiful, i like her pose and she is so cute :D

  10. jns Nov 22, 2008

    This is brilliant! I love the complexity of her hair and the kimono has such a nice pattern
    It would look amazing if colored

  11. anit4e Nov 25, 2008

    Ahh gorgeous piece of artwork!
    I love the lines of her hair ;)

  12. DragonBlossom25 Nov 28, 2008

    HUWOOOO! Sugoi nee... only 4-5 hours to make it.(aqu aja g bs)

    can i ask..? do you use drawing pen to make the lines of her hair and the pattern on her kimono? (keren bgt lo.. bisa detail kyk gitu)

    fav! fav!

  13. cloudymirror22 Dec 10, 2008

    wow that is awsome.
    really nice work.
    would like to see more of this ^^

  14. akira-sophia Dec 22, 2008

    gorgeous...I really, really love her hair...

  15. xay09 Jan 22, 2009

    her hair and kimono is amazing

  16. kyuubi0 Feb 06, 2009

    wow, so beautiful. I really admire the way you create the details :X:X:X However, I hope you can develop one defect of yours. That is the hands of the characters. Well, anyway, you are so good :D

  17. sniper-gamma Mar 03, 2009

    mesti di comment jg yach...

    hahaha.. bagus2 tp knp disebut geisha?
    kg cocok kyknya dgn wajahnya yg innocent (kyaa~!)

    mirip sakura nya CLAMP...

    keren bgt terutama motif kimono nya... >,<

  18. Tina18 Jun 15, 2009

    I was sitting here and looking at it, wondering how I missed this.
    It's so beautiful, I love every detail, from the gorgeous hair, to the nice patterns on the kimono, the things in her hair and the beads, the flowers on the pillar.
    I like her expression a lot too. The only think I could mention is that her fingers are a bit too slim, her whole hand seems a tad too slim in comparison to her body. But since this is older I think you already are better are making proportions and I say that cause of your recent work, wich is amazing amd well proportioned.

  19. kuryuki Jul 14, 2009

    hayashi-chan what do you use for outlining?

  20. kyoushou Aug 27, 2009

    wow. who is she? what's her name?

  21. loshi Aug 27, 2009

    gorgeous...love every detail...especially the kimono....this is so super...love it

  22. StrayHearts Jan 28, 2010

    she is gorgeous! You did a totally great job, the kimono is beautiful!

  23. tsuyutsuki Jun 24, 2010

    I looooooooooooooooooooooooove this one~ ?o?

  24. ScarXHeart Aug 16, 2010

    Beautiful artwork! Love the details of her kimono and her expression! Great work!

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