Wednesday, November 03, 2021

Godzilla's 67th Birthday!

New drawing of my own kaiju, Rekira, shaking hands with his main inspiration, and one of my favorite characters of all time, Godzilla, for the monster's 67th Birthday today! Not the first time I've drawn such a moment, but I always have fun doing so.

Drawn on tablet in FireAlpaca.



Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Tatsuo Kongoji Portrait

Portrait of Tatsuo Kongoji, one of the main characters of my original kaiju project, Rekira the Super-Monster, in a new design!

Drawn on tablet in FireAlpaca. Started on October 7th, finished on the 13th (today).


 

Sunday, October 03, 2021

Verena & Theresa on a Calm Afternoon

Here's some more fanservice of Verena Freston (AKA: Herald 3/Mysti-Girl) and Theresa Lin (AKA: Herald 4/Therma-Gal) from Rekira the Super-Monster, walking along a beautiful beach (inspired by Rockaway Beach, one of my favorite places back in NY). :)

Drawn on tablet in FireAlpaca, started on September 24, finished today (October 3).



Friday, September 03, 2021

35th Dragon Con Commemoration Sketch

As hinted in the previous post, I'm currently at Dragon Con 2021, and finished this sketch late last night! Here's Rekira in a floating pose, with watercolor-style colors.

Drawn on tablet in FireAlpaca.



Thursday, September 02, 2021

Raitaro 2021

Drawing of Raitaro Hayama, one of the main characters of Rekira the Super-Monster! Drawn while at DragonCon 2021, on tablet in FireAlpaca.



Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Introducing Rekira 2021!

Last month, I began work on a new, improved version of my CG figure of Rekira, my original kaiju, on Blender, and after my refined CG character modeling, the result is far more satisfying! Here's Rekira V2, finished tonight on Blender.



Saturday, July 17, 2021

Dynamic Heralds 2021 Design Lineup

 While my original kaiju project, Rekira the Super-Monster, is in production, I've finalized the designs for the featured superhero team, the Dynamic Heralds, which I intend to use for the project! I've decided to go with a sort of Incredibles influence, with a bit of 1960s Jack "The King" Kirby, Japanese superheroes (most particularly Super Sentai), and also Olympic speed skating suits/helmets (which look very superhero-ish)!

 It's also a convenient day to post these, as today is also the 55th Anniversary of the official premiere of Ultraman (Tsuburaya; 1966) on Japanese TV (discounting the B&W pre-premiere special from a week earlier, Ultraman's Birthday)! With Rekira, I hope to continue that tokusatsu-style tradition.

Each character design was done from June 9 to July 17, on tablet in FireAlpaca.

Here's the team in Full Helmet Mode:

Mask Mode:

And with masks off: