My generic "Winter" logo for Anime on DVD dot com.
Looks okay, but I was hoping it'd come out a bit better. I like
the snow effect... At least it doesn't make me want to puke.
Ahhhhhh, finally one I can be utterly proud of! I submitted this
work of art to Seanbaby.com
for his Adoracubby Coloring Contest. Adoracubbies are the rainbow-bellied
cute creatures that McDonalds grinds up and uses as glue to keep
their McNuggets together. I have found that they are pure evil
though. Their souls are the blackest of black.
Here's the Christmas/New Year's image. I totally
threw this one together at the last minute (explaining the sucktitude
present), but I still like the idea. Excel kicks ass and Angel
Excel is almost as cool. The thought of them both just destroying
a Christmas tree for no real reason just seemed right. Plus it's
something I always wanted to do myself.
Above you'll find my Thanksgiving themed title logo for the anime
on dvd website. Two of my favorite Magnificent Ten members gather
for a feast with Divi-chan to celebrate America's gluttonous
holiday. God bless us, we made up a holiday to do nothing but
gorge ourselves all day and make fun of how grandpa fell asleep
again in the gravy.
Here's another Halloween image I did for the
same website as the Kiki one. This is one of those examples people
use to illustrate why you shouldn't make banner logos too complex.
At it's full size (12X9) this picture looks really good. Eyes
don't blend into hair, all the detail is apparent and pleasing,
etc. But when shrunk down to 72 dpi at 3X2 it becomes a mess
-_-. When will the Rossman ever learn? Who knows.
This happens to be the cast of Tenshi Ni Narumon posing
with Divi-chan. You wouldn't believe how long it took me to draw
and then color this thing in... I'm not bragging.
Whoo-Hoo! Finally a new picture! This one I actually tried my
best to immitate somebody else's drawing style for another website.
It still looks like I drew it, so I guess I fucked up, but eh,
what ya gunna do?
I did this for a site that thought it had lost its original artist
to a fatal car accident. It turned out that the girl who did
their art for them really just faked her death in order to scam
them for a few thousand dollars that a bunch of moronic readers
had sent her to make a poster of the mascot of the site (unoriginally
named "Divi-chan". Green haired girl seen above).
What's really funny is the woman who took the money and ran did
not run that far. She never even moved or anything. As the site
grew in popularity, some of the woman's neighbors wrote in to
the webmaster and told him that she was still alive and even
mows her lawn every week. What a dipshit.
Yup, all these images are copyrights of the Rossman.com and
all that jazz.... but the characters are not mine... Did that