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This is my favorite. There is just something about screaming guys. This was taken from the hit anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion. It's dated 2002.


I have no idea who she is, but the design isn't original. (Yeah, I'm lazy with design.) Still, she's pretty modest for a major anime character. It's dated for 2002.


This painting is special to me because I designed the character. There is a second painting of the same character, but not as good. I gave this painting to Reese who either lost it or sold it on e-bay. It's dated for 2002.


Asuka from Neon Genesis Evangelion. I gave her to my friend Laura for her birthday. It's dated 2002.


This is one of my first attemtps at anime painting. It has issues and I feel like re-painting it for the sake of itself. Either way, she is Rei from Neon Genesis Evangelion. It's dated for 2001.


I like the gun and the hand of this character. Another picture of that girl from polykarbon. It's a good site, but I am sick of this character. I gave this painting to my friend Michael for his birthday. It's dated 2002.


This was also a fun painting. I have some of the original sketches I did for it. The sketches themselves are probably cooler than the painting but whatever. Either way, I am going to rant for a while. I need page filler. Dum Diddy Doo....umh yeah.

This is my favorite page. All of these are acrylics. They are also all done on canvas which explains the texture.
  For some I scanned the painting while it was in process of completion to show you one of the steps I use in painting anime.


I like the sharpness of this stage. I am getting much better at keeping the canvas clean before I color it in.


Despite what some might say, this is  really a disaster. I took the image from some professional work done by the artists who first drew Lain, so comparing my version was not the most encouraging thing. Still, people seem to like it. I gave this piece to my cousin Chris. It's dated 2003.


This is the painting while it is being painted. It helps you see in what order I paint things. I don't slowly work on the painting as one. I focus on each part of the painting. Then I go back and perfect the painting as one. Most artists say it is better to progress the painting as one. But in cartooning this piece by piece method is acceptable.


I wish I could find the first uncolored step of the painting. It was by far the most clean cut one I can remember. This painting was especially fun for me, because I wasn't painting it to give it away. Either way, I thieved the idea from from It's dated for 2002.


Notice how there isn't that indent on her arm in the final? I forgot to add it. I believe I kept messing it up and I decided to come back to it later and I forgot. Sorry it isn't in color. It is a laziness issue of re-scanning it with new configurations.


This is my first succesful attempt at painting anime. I believe it's dated for 2000. It is the character is Miliardo Peacecraft from Gundam Wing. It's dated for 2001.


I ripped this design from polykarbon as well. I think the most depressing thing about this piece is that I spent an hour reworking her stomach to make it small enough to fit the design. I believe it is dated for 2002.

"Even in literature and art, no man who bothers about originality will ever be original: whereas if you simply try to tell the truth (without caring twopence how often it has been told before) you will, nine times out of ten, become original without ever having noticed it." -C.S. Lewis