Sorry, thought I'd finish the title off. Love gaming this guy. Not only do his moves piss off live opponents with their short cooldown time, but he's like the blind and infinitely less 'tarded version of post-Bill & Ted Keanu Reeves.
Do you consciously put forth an effort to vary line width to create character and depth for the image, or is that just something that comes naturally as you draw? It's something I struggle with, and I've always wondered.
I think it comes naturally the more you get confident with your work. I find my ink linework always looks better when its done with single swift strokes; when you start messing with that one line to get it perfect; thats when you start loosing the fuidity and motion in the work.
I use brush pens to ink so the more pressure you but on the tip, the thicker the lines; Small or far off details can be done with quick light storkes ect..
YEEEAAAAH. He's my favourite character, so I'm already impressed! Are you going to colour it? Or are you going to keep it monotone? I kinda like it how it is, although, am slightly curious to see how you'd colour it. Anyway, really do like it. Mostly the angle, because it totally shows of the movement, like the sword has just flung at you and hit you in the chest.