Goku’s Drip

Original line art was drawn for Inktober 2022 day 04. I wanted to try drawing Goku in a different style with some slightly softer hair. I prefer the black and orange combination so I used blue for the sneakers only. The outfit I feel would be great for both working out and wearing casually so I could see another iteration of Goku wearing this outfit instead of his Kame outfit.

The original line art was cut off from the bottom and the top so I resized it and drew the missing sections.

Hasta la proxima,

-NUBE

Shin Godzilla

I love the scene where Shin Godzill first uses his atomic breath and other beams. I won’t lie, the first time I saw it on theaters I was surprised and wasn’t too sure about that change. But everytime I saw the movie again I fell in love with this new design and the new abilities. This scene in particular was very touching. The purple color is also a nice touch to differentiate it from other Godzillas.

Hasta la proxima,

-NUBE

Guts Frozen Quest

The original idea was to have Guts in a frozen scenery, but as I was painting the background I decided to add in Casca and Puck. This scene would be taking place right after their encounter with Griffith and Zodd, I was wondering if adding more layers would slow down my tablet but it had no problems what so ever. I guess it was just the canvas size that was giving me problems…

Hasta la proxima,

-NUBE

Kuga Trigger On

Karin Miyamoto had posted some photos of her cosplaying and buying goods from World Trigger. About two weeks ago I finally decided to give it a shot and have already caught up (with the manga). I was actually surprised, the world building, battle system and character interactions are great. Check it out if you get a chance. Kuga is freakin cool, his adaptive fight style always gives me a surprise.

reference for the pose (Karin Miyamoto):

Hasta la proxima,

-NUBE

Guts Frozen Quest Background WIP

Currently working on a painting that I had thought up last year. It’s still a bit rough at the moment, but the main idea has pretty much been painted out using my Surface Pro 5.

So I had bought a used Surface Pro so that I could paint on the go but rarely used it because it couldn’t keep up with the settings I use on my desktop. The canvas size was too large I found out. When I halved the size to around 2500 to 3500 the Surface is actually quite capable. I can’t believe that was all I need to do so that I could use it…

Hasta la proxima,

-NUBE