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Grease Monkey - Mega Man X by pierski Grease Monkey - Mega Man X by pierski
This was one of three Rejected Mega Man X Mavericks that I created for this Dueling Analogs comic. Since the online comic is so small, I wanted to put a larger version here to show more of the character's detail.

This piece was drawn in Photoshop and colored completely in Illustrator.
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RokuroCarisu Featured By Owner May 1, 2012
This is actually a really clever name and design! b^^
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dboy3 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2010
Grease Monkey? That's honsetly the best pun ever. XD
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Rock-Raider Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2009
Nice joke.:D
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TwinnThunder Featured By Owner May 31, 2009  Student General Artist
ROBOT MONKEY!
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Thatrealycoolguy Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2009
I love his line and when, I saw my mom talking to my brother about his greasy hair I ran over and yelled "grease is the word, it's the sound, it's the motion!"
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Ido-sama Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2008
Yo when are all the other rejected Megaman villains going to come here? :D
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pierski Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2008
Probably not. I already created a poster that collected all the Rejected Mega Man Villains on it [here]. Though, I still might put some more of my favorite Rejected Mega Man X Mavericks on here as they are created.
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Zycor-ST Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2008
Did you draw it on real paper then scan it and do all that jazz to it on here or do you have a Tablet? Either way I wish I had your skill with coloring XD
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pierski Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2008
With this, as with most of my artwork, I start with the brush tool in Photoshop and sketch out the artwork with my tablet. Then, I copy the sketch into Illustrator, put down the pen and grab the mouse and finish up the vectors/colors.
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Zycor-ST Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2008
Cool, I've been trying to get along with my tablet. Lately I haven't been able to do so though, I started drawing stuff and I was trying to at least do an outline each month, but that hasn't been going very well XD. I have artist's block quite often anyway.

I really enjoy your art and comics, keep it up!

Do you have any other tips? I really do want to get into drawing better on here, but I'm still a novice when it comes to actually making a good line when I start my drawings. Another of my friends said it takes a good while to get used to it, but I'm not sure how to practice or anything.

Thanks.
~Zycor
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