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    Alberto Ruiz & Bobby Chiu Collabo: Mayan Samurai Woman

    Ok here's a project that I've been really excited about. I'm doing a collaboration piece with my new friend Alberto Ruiz.

    He's been one of my favorite artists long before I knew him and I have all his books. Check out his blog too ---> TAKE A LOOK

    His take on the female figure is amazingly unique and original.

    A month ago I met Alberto while doing the Toronto Fan Expo Comicon and took the opportunity to invite him to be a guest artist in next Imaginism Book. Due out in early December 2006. Topic is "Ancient Japan Sketches." He liked the opportunity and came up with the idea to do a collaboration with him.

    So here is the WIP for this collaboration... stay tuned.

    Also if anyone's interested you can check out other Imaginism Books or preorder the "Ancient Japan Sketches" ---> HERE.

    Original Drawing by Alberto Ruiz
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    Think the original drawing is v cool love your line work, (would'nt want to mess with her, bet she could snap you in two with those thighs).
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    Thanks but the Original Line work I cannot take credit for. That's Alberto Ruiz. I'll be painting it.

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    The legs look really great so far. I cannot wait to see the rest.
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    Thanks! Here's an update
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    Digi,what tool are you using with this drawing?I have to say that lighting is AMAZING!!!
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    Just painting it with Photoshop
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    Yeah,but are you using aerograph or something else?
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    I just hope with all your musclature, you can keep the ancient civilization style with meticulous details in the clothes- Good luck Bobby!
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    Here's another update on the Alberto Ruiz and Bobby Chiu collaboration.

    Ended up changing the background after talking with Kei. I think it's a great change because now I have some great opportunities for some blood splatter on the wall.

    It's getting a lot closer to being done now.

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    Yes,..it seems silly to give you an advice-being the "noob"i am- but as your character seems to look to the left , and the blood on the sword indicates a kill, the victim should be on her left, but the spray of the blood is" center" on the image, ..seems like a conflict between concept and composition !
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    Dang, two of my favourites working together?! I love alberto's lines, so fluid, and with your stylization and all... woah.

    If i were to nitpick.... i think i liked the arm up a bit better, more flirtatious and sexy. She seems a bit.. stern/scary teacher-like now imo. I love the hair and the suit. Those are beautiful. The skin might need some attention, but knowing your stuff it'll look great when it's done.

    Thanks for sharing the wip.
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    This is awesome Can't wait to see it when it's done!
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