it's that whirling violet monstrosity from chibi-knight! that incredible game by BoMToons!
BoMToons liked my first attempt at fan-art and commissioned me to rock out the entire roster of those memorable armored monsters.
so here's that spinning, flame-topped foe. ready to slash into our stalwart hero! watch out for all that fire little guy, it looks like BBQ is on this guys menu!
if you haven't checked out the game yet i really suggest you do, it's loads of old-school fun with some great challenges and awesome presentation. thanks again for such an awesome experience BoMToons.
Chibimaru is a lovely animated character, invented by the Japanese company, Saniro. He is a cheerful beige-colored puppy, one among a set of triplets. This cute little creature is always spotted smiling, in various locations and actions. If you wish to create an artistic representation of Chibimaru, you should be able to import its innocent smile and its bright, glistening eyes on the drawing board. However, this task is not as daunting as it appears initially. The following systematic guide is meant to draw Chibimaru in a few easy strokes:
Model image. Keep your favorite Chibimaru's picture near you. Use it as a model design. You can choose your image from pencil boxes, lunch packs, stationery, and other Saniro's designer items. A bigger and more prolific collection is available on the internet. Such a point of reference helps you stay on track, in terms of the characteristic features of the cartoon.
Basic structure. Chibimaru's final figure may appear tricky to draw. However, if you break it down into its basic constituents, the task becomes much easier. The basic delineation of its shape is extremely simple. You do not need any instruments for precision drawing. There are only two primary portions of the body - the face and the rest of the body. The head portion is disproportionately large - almost three times the size of the rest of the body. For the head area, draw a trapezium like structure. Keep all the four angles visibly rounded. Try to maintain symmetry on the left and the right sides, such that they appear each other's mirror image. Draw a straight vertical line in the middle and two parallel lines horizontally. The position and distance between the horizontal lines correspond to the placement and size of the eyes. For the body, sketch a small structure similar to the base of a mushroom. In fact, the whole frame looks like a mushroom.
Adding description. Create the eyes beginning with the inner circle for the eyeball. Mark the three dots inside it. Loosely, draw the eye sockets on the outside. Locate the nose on the intersection of the vertical and the lower horizontal lines. Position the mouth accordingly. Make the eyebrows very high. Now, draw the ears, furs, limbs, and tail. Since, figure is devoid of any intricate details, the descriptive drawing is an easy part.
By Annette Labedzki
Source : EzineArticles.com/4426193
For those who do not know what it means, chibi is a Japanese term for small (person) and no it is not related to midgets. The most common of its meaning is of a deformed character that looks like a child. Aaaaand for those who know what a chibi is (probably those of you who like manga and anime) I prepared here a collection of the most interesting tutorials available that will teach you how to draw them and if that’s not enough, there’s also a gallery after the tutorials in which you’ll find artwork representing your favorite characters, Sakura, Inuyasha, Sasuke, Kakashi, Naruto or even Sailormoon. Sure, there are other interesting figures like Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) , which you have already seen in the caricature article that it’s designers’ favorite movie character.
Source : designyourway.net