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Main : ! 3D Art ! : Marvel Comics :  Avengers Japan by Lord Kuyohashi and

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SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2007/7/2 9:09
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Pijon: I've been a fan of Lord Kuyohashi's for quite some time. I'd been impressed by his knowledge of the source material and an incredible ability to "mix it up" in terms of both subject matter and technique and his prolific output of material. When he publicly mentioned me as one of the people he wanted to collaborate with, I was  more than a little surprised... I mean I knew he was always looking to try new things but with him being a 2D guy and me working 3D, I wasn't really sure that we'd ever find a middle ground which could showcase both of our styles. None the less, I was quick to agree to the collaboration as I did think it a most interesting opportunity. Actually getting  to it was another matter though. Having limited time to work on art and being rather slow in my production, it took me close to a year to get to it. After Lord K asked me what I wanted to do, I'd mentioned characters of his I'd seen from a couple of previous pieces: White Cloak (an original of his) and Avengers Japan. He picked Avengers Japan and I asked him to send me some basic line drawings of the characters (with flat color if he liked) so that I could try a new technique I'd been working on of converting 2D art into 3D images. Well,  Lord K quickly produced a series of great images for me to work with. On my end, things went poorly... as I'd only tried this style one previous time, I was finding it wasn't working out as I'd hoped. After several restarts and failures, I tried another collaboration and a few drawn pieces before returning to it. It went much better the second time around. So those are my excuses for making you wait so long  Lord K! Anyway, I thouht his Manga/Anime influenced version of the Avengers the coolest thing (well, why do ya think i picked it?!!)! I still haven't perfected my 2D to 3D technique but I have refined it somewhat since my previous attempt. It was alot of work trying to pull this off but still, challenging and fun too. Hope you like it, Lord K!

Lord K: I have a pencil. Now I have pictures.Yay me!.
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Clockwise from the Left: Daredevil, Wasp, Spidey, Kuma, Thor, Luke Cage, Captain Japan, Hulk, Spiderwoman

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pijon
Posted: 2007/7/9 18:13  Updated: 2007/7/9 18:14
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 Re: Avengers Japan by Lord Kuyohashi and
It would... if such a thing actually existed For now, it's just another warped concept straight out of Lord K's skewed imaginings
Dragondack
Posted: 2007/7/8 13:38  Updated: 2007/7/8 13:38
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 Re: Avengers Japan by Lord Kuyohashi and
So this'd be Japans Version?
pijon
Posted: 2007/7/2 22:51  Updated: 2007/7/2 22:51
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 Re: Avengers Japan by Lord Kuyohashi and
Thanks, Hawk... I appreciate it
Yeah, Lord K... we'll have to do this again sometime (or perhaps several more times ).
Winterhawk
Posted: 2007/7/2 11:30  Updated: 2007/7/2 11:30
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 Re: Avengers Japan by Lord Kuyohashi and
this is very cool guys, nicely done.
LordKuyohashi
Posted: 2007/7/2 0:43  Updated: 2007/7/2 0:43
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 Re: Avengers Japan by Lord Kuyasha and
Well, I'll admit that the inking could use work--I'm well aware my inking is amateurish at best-- but still...damn. I can only hope that this marks the first of--well, several, if not many, future collabs between Lance and myself.
pijon
Posted: 2007/7/1 21:05  Updated: 2007/7/1 21:08
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 Re: Avengers Japan by Lord Kuyasha and
yeah, Lord K's part worked out great! These are his character designs and I just love 'em myself! In all fairness to him, his inks were pretty clean when he submitted them and they've gotten a bit roughed up in the 3D-ifying. Unfortunately, the tools Bryce gives me to do this type of image specific modeling are crude at best and I ended up working out some fairly complex workarounds just to get it to this point. This is only my 2nd pic using this technique so I'm still tryin' to work it all out. I appreciate the feedback, thanks Haz!
Biohaz_Daddy
Posted: 2007/7/1 20:51  Updated: 2007/7/1 20:51
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 Re: Avengers Japan by Lord Kuyasha and
This is an interesting piece. I have no idea how you did it, but the concepts are cool and crazy. I dig the character designs and how they borrow so heavily from Japanese culture. I think the one think holding this back are the rough inks. I'm not opposed to rough inks (my own ink work is very rough), but I think clean lines would have worked better here.