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04 April 2004, 06:05 PM
Shari Tague has entered the Machineflesh 2D Challenge.

04 April 2004, 06:08 PM (

This is just a rough concept sketch of the character. The composition and detailing will be changed. Will post the finalized outlines later.

04 April 2004, 09:58 PM
tell us a little about your archangel

04 April 2004, 11:31 PM
Originally posted by highwayjack
tell us a little about your archangel

Archangel, eh? Kiyoki is certainly not meant to be angelic. I may not keep the wings for the final lines anyways. They were just something I was sort of futzing with.

Anyways. Kiyoki's back history is basically that of the daughter of a Japanese mob boss. However, she managed to be kidnapped by an opposing faction. Though, that went horridly wrong. As the kidnappers were trying to get her to their 'safe location,' a Cyborg by the name of Havoc (Her "collar" is supposed to have an 'H2' on it) decided he wanted her for his puppet. So, he intercepted, then experimented on her at will (Hence the cybornetic parts), her memory was also wiped and she is essentially his little killer now. She actually serves as sort of a bodyguard/intelligence Ops and is mostly his right hand man.

Though this picture is not completed; her cybornetic parts include both legs, her right arm, and her left eye as well as most of her bone structure, which had to be reinforced to support the weight of the cybornetics.

Currently, she's a pencil sketch inked over with a Pigma micron pen on white sketch paper. However, I will most likely do all the line work in Illustrator, then all the coloring in Photoshop. However, that's not until after I find a composition I like.

Here is another picture of her which shows some of the cybornetics of her legs:

enough, or would you like more? =^_6=

04 April 2004, 11:13 AM
Hmmm.... I haven't noticed any manga style cyborgs yet. So, you have an edge for that matter. I think you should reconsider doing inks in Illustrator.....unless you don't think your inking skills are up to par.

Not too bad of a storyline. Sounds like something that you've been working on there. It would be cool to see the script on it.

If you need help with your posing/manga anatomy/manga style coloring....I would highly suggest checking into polykarbon ( if you haven't already. HIGHLY SUGGEST

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