Other Submissions by kenisu3000
|kenisu3000||Prologue - Page 23: Welcome to the First Day of the Rest of Your Life||
kenisu - #23
Yeesh, that musta been one heck of a backhand the sheriff delivered, to keep George out cold ALL THE WAY to and halfway up Holy Loly Mountain.
Anyway, I love that last panel. I grabbed my copy of the MOTHER 1+2 official guidebook and illustrated the map layout of the lake section of the mountain; and that off in the distance is the mountain peak. A severely important thing will happen on that peak in the distant future...
|kenisu3000||Prologue - Page 24: George Knows||
kenisu - #24
I had been looking forward to this page ever since I started the prologue. It's all about the plot buildup!!
|kenisu3000||Chapter 1 - Page 25: Meet Ninten||
kenisu - #25
Ah, it's good to begin Chapter 1 at last. I pulled a genuine, classic college all-nighter to finish this one. Anyway, it's anyone's guess as to why Ninten, an all-American boy, is reading a Japanese-language manga. Also, I'm beginning to question if it really was a good idea to give Mick (the family dog) the ability to stand on his hind legs as his sprite in the game seems to suggest.
|kenisu3000||Chapter 1 - Page 26: When Lamps Attack||
kenisu - #26
Sorry about how pale the colors are and everything... up until now, I've been using the superb scanners at my university, but now that I'm home from college, my so-so standard scanner will have to do.
My winks to the 80's continue. Basically, I'm giving Ninten the sort of fandom that I was into back then (although I was 6 in 1988, whereas Ninten is supposed to be 12, so I have to take each medium's target age into account), and Garfield and ALF were just two of the things I remember the 80's for. As for the San Francisco Giants, I've never been much of a sports fans at all, but I'm really milking the Encyclopedia MOTHER for all it's worth to bring out Ninten's personality.
|kenisu3000||Chapter 1 - Page 27: Lampy's Little Setback||
kenisu - #27
I tried a different approach to shading this time: up until now, I did all the shading with my Dark Brown colored pencil, regardless of the value of the color I'd be shading. Since that has proven to be a rather ineffective method, I got several suggestions to shade using a darker value of the color I'm shading. Since I don't have that big of a variety of colored pencils, I instead did all the shading on the computer by using the "darken" tool. Please feel free to give me your responses on this so that I know whether to continue with it or what.