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Tokyo Ghoul Wallpaper: Thirst

Sui Ishida, Studio Pierrot, Tokyo Ghoul, Rize Kamishiro Wallpaper
Sui Ishida Mangaka Studio Pierrot Studio Tokyo Ghoul Series Rize Kamishiro Character

2560x1440 Wallpaper

Artist Comment

Hey, Tsasu, here's is the promised present! I'm sorry it isn't Mikasa but you seem to like TG as well so this one's for you! :)

The entire wall is based on one single screenshot from a Tokyo Ghoul PV (that means 'promotional video', I suppose). I really liked how Rize looked in it so I decided to make a wall from it.

I painted Rize's body and colored and shaded everything on instinct so yeah, shadows are probably baaad. Also, I used two sources of light, which is practically a suicide but it was so tempting. I painted the lamps and also wanted to paint the whole BG. Howverver, after I painted like one railing for a balcony on a house my PS froze and this was already taking me pretty long to finish anyway, so I just did that thing again. I re-watched an anime (Darker than Black this time) and used two screenshots with the buildings you see in the BG. Rotated them, changed the colors a little (because night scenes in DTB are seriously just a combination of purple sky and GREEN buildings...), painted the missing parts, added some more lights, clouds from my own stock and some stars and that's it.

Also, some explanation - Rize is a ghoul and those red tentacles in the alternative version - that's her ghoul organ called kagune. And the title of the wallpaper is 'Thirst' because she's known as a binge eater, always thirsty after some flesh and blood.

Enjoy, fav and comment! :D

Please don't repost anywhere.

Work in progress:
http://i.imgur.com/0WbqiOB.gif

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Comments

  1. Painter Mar 28, 2015

    This's awsome!
    I like both verions and your interpretation of them's great :DD I also like the BG and the angle <3
    And those petals and blood, mmm... x)
    Her face looks nice, and I'm really glad you decided to use two sources of light :)
    The only thing that bothers me is that her body and clothes have less details than they suppose to.
    But anyway I love it! <3 You're the person who CAN make awsome presents :3
    (Sorry for a little comment т.т)

  2. DragonBlood Mar 28, 2015

    both versions are incredible! Great job!

  3. Shimazaki Mar 28, 2015

    Great job i like the Bloddy version better but both are well done

  4. AirJack Mar 29, 2015

    Job well done. You deserved every single compliment.

  5. Tsasu Mar 29, 2015

    I think the two sources of light was worth it also the small details makes it even better so, you never stop to amaze me Elisa :)

    It doesn't matter if it wasn't Mikasa just the fact that you did this one for me just makes it even more especial and dear to me thank you ;)

  6. Monu-chan Moderator Mar 29, 2015

    Ohohoho! Wonderful Dutch angle wall!
    My comment are divide in two part-
    Main vesion- Nicely done night scene, and the angle is making it more dramatic, beautiful and breath taking.
    The two light source are amazing (I hope they didn't killed you with the lightings) and her pose is so charming, and the bg too!

    Alternate version- All I wanna say is BLOOD, BLOOD AND BLOOD!
    I have fear of blood irl but here it makes me fall in love with it!
    Those bloody eyes are so charming, and here the pose with bloody hands are extremely seducing!


    Love the both versions!

  7. happytail73 Mar 31, 2015

    Fabulous usage of dutch angle in this wall.

    The first version has this calm and serene feeling set at night. I love the subtle movement of those petals which makes the whole wall to be simply and innocently beautiful.

    While the second version contrast everything presented in the first. A peaceful night have become a violent scene with splattering blood everywhere and flying all over the place. Actually I prefer this one because of the movement of those blood globs, you really capture their motion which is really stunning.

    I would like to commend your boldness in using two light sources since having just one is such a pain. As always you've done a very amazing job!*applause*

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