member since March 03, 2007
ive been drawings since forever.
i Love the work of mashasi kishimoto and the less is more attitude, but i also love junji itos work for more makes you cry tears of horror.
(and dream really horrible nightmares)
but most importently these artists made me feel something when reading a comic.
and inspired me to become a comic artist.
its not becasue of the monsters or becasue of the cool action its so i can touch each one of your hearts and perhaps i might be able to give something to you trough my art and stories i tell.
that is all basicly.
my artwork is very influential of kishimoto since it was when i first understood what comics could be to an individual such as i, and it struck a HARD strum in my heart.
This made my drawings obviously get a NARUTARD stamp on my forhead by my dismay (yet ive never done any fanart, my studies was mostly structural rather then straight down plagiarism)
after that i went and read alot of grittier comics like blame,uzumaki, gyo and gantz among many more.
this doesent mean i never drew befor, but the old times where gone after reading great artists work.
anyways i started making a comic called comatosis wich was in my early development of art wich felt very very dark and weird.
it had no story or it kind of had but it never shone trough.
then steel staccato wich was a long time idea.
wich would have its own world such as in an RPG (ff7) or a SHONEN manga such as naruto, bleach, hunterxhunter.
i wanted alot of characters but i dident want to highlight anyone as more importent then the other as limelight wise.
wich is hard and stupid considering…
ultimately i wanted alot of stories told in different time periods around this world where theyd eventually end up battling eachother and create bonds later on in the series.
now it never got far only too 74 pages or so..
then my tablet broke and with that my satisfaction of getting praise by the DD community.
and so the project died.
after that i started drawing under guidence of an animator called Ross, who introduced me into alot of books and Explained alot of principles to working art.
i know what i did in steel staccato was functionible yet i hated every page i had made casue it just dident have soul.
and it bothered me soo much…
i started buying sketch books and sketching my days away
looked at my surroundings drew anything.
contour drawing, gesture drawings.
in principle observing my surroundings.
and adapting that too what i wanted to explain continuesly.
i started drawing my characteres again and they started coming to life on paper.
they wherent mere statues of what coulda been these where actual living characters.
im still in the progress of developing every aspect of the remake of steel staccato.
i want it to make people feel.
feel something good, not just read it but feel with what i put down on paper, and i really want to achieve that so i wont stop until i do.
and i know i will stir your heart.
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