A few years ago, when I was working in my basement at home, I found a lot of posters from anime, comics, and books.
I decided to turn them into cute art prints.
When I first saw them, I didn’t think much of them, but once I got a hold of them and saw how they were made, I was intrigued.
One poster, made by artist Dori Kajita, is so adorable that I decided that I should take a shot at making it.
After getting the idea, I started sketching it out in the drawing software SketchUp.
The first few iterations were fairly sketchy.
I could see a few areas that I could make it a little better, but there were still a lot more areas that needed to be worked out.
After some experimentation, I finally came up with the following: 1) I had a very specific idea of what the illustration needed to look like.
2) I wanted to make it look as if I were drawing it from memory.
3) I needed to get it to stand out and have the right amount of color.
4) I liked the colors of the original poster, so I added some additional coloring in to make the art look more “pop.”
5) I decided the artwork needed to have some sort of “fantasy” feel.
6) I really wanted to create some sort “action” in the image.
I wanted it to be a little wild, and I wanted some sort