Yeah i saw this on a another forum already.
Probably the best dragonball fanmanga i've seen yet.
It's a good plot setting too. The possibilities are endless, but i don't think a real story could come from this. Awesome art nonetheless though.
Yeah i was being ironic.
But then again if it took them this long already, one more year wouldn't have hurt either.
I think the reason is it's not as different enough as the other stages. More like a mix of 2.
It would've been nice to have another vast world to play your creature stage in...
I still wonder why they left out fish stage where you could swim in a 3d sea level, following the 2d level of the cells.
It seems now the transition from cell to creature is a little harsh and you just look like a cell with legs.
Even Will Wright gets lazy sometimes in developing games?
I always felt from the beginning that the space stage wouldn't be that great.
It looked like it was to immense to control and a little repetitive in gameplay. Basically you just start over on an other planet. That way the fun of the game would die out in this stage and you'd feel like...
Naruto clearly draws inspiration from dbz.
It would be stupid ofcourse if the similarities were exactly the same but they are there, as mentioned by many people here.
Even the transition dragonball to dragonball z can be seen in the naruto to naruto shippuuden title, only they did it...
So you'll be deciding the theme then?
Any hints yet, so i can get my creative conceptual juices flowing?
Btw for the merit of being on topic, nice Ayla David, looks pretty much spot on.
Chrono Trigger deserves any love it's given.
About the theme, you mean we all model the exact same character?
That would be easier to compare i guess but a tad boring though.
Maybe we could go for the same character but add a variabel like a weapon, transport, outfit or hairdo of choice.
I'll throw some ideas.
-Chibi vegeta with some...
I would enter too if i got my 3d studio max to work on vista.
The chibi idea appeals to me because i had this concept of a certain chibi hanging in my hear for a while.
But for me, it's important that a lot of people join, seeing many people deliver great work is the way to keep me going.
Not bad Jinx, you're right bicep is a little too high up there and for god's sake make your picture a little smaller in photoshop before uploading.
Also don't stop there, there is a lot of detail left to be added to your drawings.
anyway had another session. Don't know if it's even worth...
Well for one, don't not draw them. Even if you suck at it, you'll only learn by doing it.
Second, try to invision the parts of the arm as cilinders and draw them at first like that in the position you want them to be. If you get that right, then you can start adding details.
Also i thought...