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Trigun: Legato Bluesummers

Yasuhiro Nightow, Madhouse, Trigun, Legato Bluesummers, Member Art
Yasuhiro Nightow Mangaka Madhouse Studio Trigun Series Legato Bluesummers Character Member Art Source

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Artist Comment

My simple rendition of a combination of #14 and #19 of the Trigun manga. I decided to mix Legato's stance of both chapter covers together since I'm terrible at making hands. >_<

I've always been a fan of Legato... almost felt sorry in a sense for his character.
I tried to do shading, but I think I won't do that again. I can't seem to ever get it right. ^_^'
He's a little messy, but I tried.

Anyways, enjoy and thanks for viewing! :D Any thoughts are appreciated!

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Comments

  1. DarthTofu Aug 05, 2009

    Hey! :) It's nice to see some of your drawings. Yay it's Legato! I haven't watched Trigun for years, need to get around to that again...

    Well, the main issue with this one is proportion. Basically the head and hands are waaaay too small for his body. I know he has wide shoulders, but they aren't quite that big. ^^

  2. yothsothgoth Aug 05, 2009

    Yeah. When I always see him drawn he's WAY out of proportion shoulder-wise. That's kinda why I drew him that way, but I know what you mean. ^^ Thanks!

  3. julian1 Aug 26, 2009

    There are so many things wrong with the drawing, so I'll keep it short. Firstly, what you need to do is to learn life drawing. Basically, that means you draw something you see live, not from another picture. Slowly you will develop a sense of anatomy.

    As for shading, you need to know your light source. You also need to know that what you see is light reflected into your eyes, so as long as there is light, there won't be any absolute black.

    I hope that helps.

  4. yothsothgoth Aug 27, 2009

    Quote by julian1There are so many things wrong with the drawing, so I'll keep it short. Firstly, what you need to do is to learn life drawing.

    I really appreciate the input, but if you critique everyone by starting out with phrasing things as such... many people will very likely be offended.
    I respect and appreciate all input, so thank you. ^^

    ...I did say I am just starting out... ^_^'

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