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Monday, January 26, 2009

Salawa Samurai

I watched about 4 hours of Afro Samurai last night, so I thought this would be appropriate;)



Nessie Knows said...

Sweet...hope you guys had a good weekend.

Anonymous said...

That's really awesome. I have a question about your anthro style: did you deliberately change it a few months back? It seems to me that there was a point when your anthros started becoming a bit more animalistic. To compare and contrast, I'm thinking more recent works like the owl, the wolverine, the shark, etc. compared to the stuff found in the Freaks! book. Am I imagining this? Either way, I love it. :)

Anonymous said...

So, what did you think of Afro: Resurrection? Personally, it wasn't as keen as the first one, I guess maybe it didn't have the same "newness" to it, but still, some really good action. I wish the massive fight at the end wasn't so stylized, but hey, doors open for the future, so I guess it's not all bad. :)

Brett said...


Not really change, maybe modify a bit, to try to make them look a bit more like the animal. It sort of depends on what animal I'm doing. The dogs and cats are a bit more humany, while the other predators will sometimes have other more animal like attributes. Just something I messed with and liked:) This guy is the more traditional dog/human blend as I like the look:)


It was OK, I'm not a big anime fan anymore. I agree about the fight scene, it looked like either they ran out of time or money and resorted to stoyboards... I did enjoy Samuel Jackson's Ninja Ninja, but it reminded me a bit too much of Ninja Scroll. And again I agree the first on e (Actually 5 episodes) had a better story. But I did get a kick out of the 'Number One Head Band!'