Kb fan art


#101

Made this in school. Everyone keeps telling me that they can’t see what’s happening. Maybe I went a bit too far with some of that black background crap.







And as a bit bigger.



(Making one of Reservoir Dogs in school now, is a bit crappy, made in a hurry.)


#102

I like it, but Bill’s hand needs to be more clear.



Here’s another fan art pic I stumbled upon:






#103

cool, never seen kill bill 2 artwork


#104

These are awesome, keep em coming. :slight_smile:


#105

[quote=“mr. Crazi”]
Made this in school. Everyone keeps telling me that they can’t see what’s happening. Maybe I went a bit too far with some of that black background crap.







And as a bit bigger.



(Making one of Reservoir Dogs in school now, is a bit crappy, made in a hurry.)


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Whoa! If that looked more like Kiddo, it would be a masterpiece, nobody ever realizes how hard these black and white pattern pics are to draw. (Are they? I actually don’t know, seems hard to me). Anyway I like it a lot.


#106

[quote=“Bleach”]Whoa! If that looked more like Kiddo, it would be a masterpiece, nobody ever realizes how hard these black and white pattern pics are to draw. (Are they? I actually don’t know, seems hard to me). Anyway I like it a lot.[/quote]

Luckily for me, I had the black and white frame for model, but doing it only with black and white changes it A LOT. After I painted that, I tried to spot the exact frame I did it from, but it’s really impossible to find.



So it’s not that hard the way our class did it.


#107

Some more:








#108





The 5678’s have their fans too ;D


#109

wow…i guess they didn’t need the Vonage comercials to boost their popularity. The black and white Bride picture makes beatrix look a little like a…Man.


#110

the BW Uma looks very nice except for the face… but the details are awesome

this is Budd made using mouse, kinda tricky





and QT


#111

I usually wouldn’t say art made on a computer is ART, but that must’ve took some intense planning to make Budd out of keyboard symbols.


#112

Lots of art is created on the computer. Songs, movies, and lots of other works, whether it be in whole or partial form, are made or processed on a computer. Art is usually the personal interpretation of the person, but i dont think works made on a computer disqualifies it as art.


#113

[quote=“mr. Crazi”]
Everyone keeps telling me that they can’t see what’s happening.

Maybe I went a bit too far with some of that black background crap.



And as a bit bigger.

[/quote]Background looks fine to me. I guess the whole piece is a bit confusing coz Bill’s hand is not enough highlighted. Fine art tho :wink:


#114

[color=purple]I found these on a website:






#115

awesome! the first one is fu#king sweet! It almost makes me wish the bride’s jumpsuit was not 100% based on bruce lee’s jumpsuit; because i like the black with yellow stripe.


#116

[quote=“Black Mamba!”]
awesome! the first one is fu#king sweet! It almost makes me wish the bride’s jumpsuit was not 100% based on bruce lee’s jumpsuit; because i like the black with yellow stripe.
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Yeah, they are awesome. The black jumpsuit looks really good!


#117

The Powerpuff Girls Kill Bill image is funny, yet wrong :smiley: The other two images are cool, too.


#118

[quote=“deadpool247”]
The Powerpuff Girls Kill Bill image is funny, yet wrong :smiley: The other two images are cool, too.
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The Powerpuff girls are so cute! Haha


#119

[quote=“mr. Crazi”]
Luckily for me, I had the black and white frame for model, but doing it only with black and white changes it A LOT. After I painted that, I tried to spot the exact frame I did it from, but it’s really impossible to find.



So it’s not that hard the way our class did it.
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Is it a Lino print (i.e. where you’ve got to carve out the image)? Either way I like it, very atmospheric and cool…


#120

[quote=“Jot”]
Is it a Lino print (i.e. where you’ve got to carve out the image)? Either way I like it, very atmospheric and cool…
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Well, we got pick our own black and white picture (with a lot of gray in them). Then we just siplifyed it with a pen drawing over the A5-sized image so we could see what we should leave as white and what paint black.



How we copied the image to a larger paper is simply a square-biggening (no idea what it’s english name could be). Just squared the small image with about 1 cm x 1 cm and the bigger … I don’t know… perhaps with 3 cm x 3 cm -sized squares, and painted the picture according the squares.