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I decided to make a little column where I upload my art for a well deserving community. At the rate that I've been drawing lately, I hope to have one of these at least once a month, and hopefully more than that some day.

Anyway, today I have three pictures to bring to you. Two of them are digitally colored; the last only shaded (not-so-well) with a pencil.



The first is a sketch of Professor Layton. I posted this on my Introduction thread on the forums when Bulkmailer asked me not to hold out on the art. Of course, I haven't really kept up since then, but I'll hope to prove my value now. As you can see, it isn't great, it isn't amazing, it's just a quick sketch done in a few minutes.



The second is a Prinny. For those of you who don't know (and should pick up a Disgaea game for your own sake), a Prinny is created when a human who has led a worthless life or committed a mortal sin in life dies, leading to the soul being sewn into the body of a Prinny. They're basically the servants of the underworld's inhabitants (see: Etna), blablahblah. I was just a little bored and on a Disgaea 3 / Prinny: Can I Really Be A Hero? Binge. Obsession? Nah. Love? Maybe. This is my first drawing in which I used Photoshop to color/lineart.



The third is my most recent, and it's of Zero (the protagonist of the Mega Man Zero series). I decided to do this one because I just haven't done anything in quite a while and I simply love the Mega Man/Mega Man Zero series. I wanted to see if I still had it, and I guess that I do. This is the second picture that I used Photoshop to color/lineart for, and, from the looks of it, It seems I'm getting a little better.



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