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Toa Tahu

toa tahu japanese art

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#1 Offline Kopekemaster

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Posted Jun 08 2013 - 01:35 PM

This is a drawing of Tahu I did a long time ago. I recently got a desktop scanner, so I decided to put it on here.


I'm not much of an artist, but I liked the Japanese in the background. I thought it made for a matrix-y kinda thing.



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#2 Offline Sumiki

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Posted Jun 08 2013 - 11:47 PM

[font="Palatino;"]I was expecting something with a bit more of a Japanese flair - perhaps some sort of samurai Tahu, or even a chibi, anime-style Tahu. The 2D Tahu look isn't great but it at least fits a bit if you're going for a Matrix look. If you ever redo this I'd suggest making sure the Japanese text is aligned in parallel columns - perhaps you could even throw in different thicknesses or color to vary the texture.[/font]

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