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So I have this great idea for a comic book.
In Japanese 10,000 is Ichiman, 20,000 Niman, and so it goes, 100,000 being Hyakuman.
So basically the comic book would be called THE HYAKUMEN.
It consists of 10 members.
Itchiman — Using telepathic skills he can infect anyone with any kind of rash, including the black plague.
Niman — In MBTI lingo, Ni stands for Introverted Intuition which is the kind of thinking detectives and scientists use to figure out things. Niman is the brains of the group.
Sanman — Sanman can control, and enter people's dreams. He can also influence reality with the content of dreams.
Yonman — In Japanese 4 is both Yon and Shi. Shi incidentally also means death. So at day Yon is simply a "John", a man who's superpower is that he's super anonymous. He can practically stand in front of you in a room, and if he doesn't want you to, you don't notice him. Or he robs a bank, and they look at the records afterwards, and have him in front of them, and they don't recognize him as the person who robbed the bank. At night though, he becomes Shiman. An unstoppable killing force. For this reason the Hyakumen are forced to lock him into a impenetrable vault during the night.
Goman — Goman is able to be extremely good at one skill at a time. He must either decide before he goes to sleep, or he is given a random. Either way, he becomes extremely good at the thing the next day. It's a running gag that they get their mission in the middle of the day, Goman has a completely useless skill for it, but then he ends up saving the group using this skill.
Rokuman — He can manipulate rock with his thoughts.
Nanaman — He is the bard of the group. Using song and music he can cheer up the other members, heal them, and so on.
Hatchiman — Has hatchets instead of hands. He is the violent psychopath of the group.
Kyuuman — The group's technology expert who, almost as if on cue, can develop and give out the right technology for the right mission.
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Hello /ic/, could I get a bunch of constructive criticism on my work? What to work on, sources from which to build particular skills (yes I've read the sticky), etc.
I've been feeling really shitty lately about my talent as an aspiring artist. I've been drawing as long as I could hold a crayon (I'm sure you've heard that before) and I've been drawing pretty much 24/7 since then. I've never taken a class and have only skimmed through a field sketching book and "Drawing With The Right Side of the Brain", only doing a handful of exercises and assignments in the first chapter of the latter.
I'm 18, and I feel like my skills just aren't up to par for somebody who's actually talented. Normals who haven't picked up a pencil to draw in a day of their lives always tell me I'm great and amazing, but most actual artists tell me I'm absolute trash and should probably just stop now unless I'm willing to take billion dollar art classes.
I'm going to dump a couple drawings, doodles and paintings, and guess the closest date (I am NOT going in a linear order). I'm mainly into sci-fi stuff, or just random cartoons. I'm not sure if this is exactly representative of my true skill as I haven't really any pictures I've but some true time into in quite a while.
>this one's pretty recent, drew a month ago, painted it today.
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Hey /ic/, I recently got a set of oil paints and have been doing a lot of reading on them before I actually start painting. However, I was wondering what you thought a good beginner's limited palette would look like. I'm interest in the Goya palette, which is red ocher, burnt sienna, white, and black.
Also, oils general?