Monday, May 21, 2007


Ressurecting a long ago- dust ridden character from the ol' D&D days- AKIRA ORUKO a 30th lvl Ninja. Transfering him over to RoleMaster and going to continue a campaign I played in high school. with all the ol' pals. its gonna be fun. keep a watch out for More Akira Ninja inspired works.


Blogger Rob A. said...

Nice pose on these panels! You really get the feeling of weight.
Rollemaster rocks. M.E.R.P. all the way

3:45 AM  
Blogger -David Poe said...

Beautiful action poses!!
I love the spaces the body leaves in these (negative spaces).

2:20 PM  
Blogger Dave said...

Yeah, man - great drawings!

2:25 PM  
Blogger Mr Scribbles said...


9:53 AM  
Blogger Laurin C. said...

These are handsome drawings! Nice poses, diggin' the perspective with his blade.

Just wondering: How do you feel about the whole ninjas vs. pirates thing? (which has somehow become ninjas vs. pirates vs. penguins...)

5:34 PM  
Blogger Ghia M. said...

Dude, these are bomb. Seriously like the poses, especially the second one. Gives this really cool feel. You can just imagine this guy moving around, fighting.

And plus, it's a ninja!!!!, but that's only the nerd-side talking. Great stuff; you rock!!!!

5:54 PM  
Blogger MANDREWS said...

Rob a----- thanks man. I'll second that. Rollmaster rocks!

David poe----- gotta dig it silohuette value.

dave---- thanks man

mr scribbles----- roger that.

laurin c-------thanks. as far as Ninja vs pirates I dont quite follow. i'll take ninja over pirates personally but i think both are done wrong most of the time. and for hevan sakes screw penguines.

ghia m----- let the nerd out more ofter nothin wrong with that. More ninja action comin'

9:00 PM  
Blogger Virginie said...

Ninja Shminja can't dodge.............. KHYRON!!!!

just kiddin the ninja with you soon.

8:58 PM  
Blogger Sant Arellano said...

Hey Mark!!

Whats up? I watched a behind the scenes of Ratatouille, you guys had fun in paris eh?

Love thie ninja poses! I know this is a character from an RPG campagin, but I noticed the ninja has a lance. Which I don't know if they had in their time, since their weapons were mostly for stealth assasination, maybe they did, I don't know. I watched the Road to El Dorado which has many inconsistencies in terms of portraying pre-hispanic culture.

My question is: How far can a story teller go in terms of being absolutely no loyal to a culture or history to tell a story?

Hope you can answer! See ya!!


7:00 PM  
Blogger jesus chambrot said...

its been a long time since ninjas been dad-ass. Bring back the Bad-Assness, Mark!

5:12 PM  
Blogger Larry said...

D&D??!!! Whata geek!


5:08 PM  
Blogger Armor Venue said...

Interesting post!!!!!

civil war weapons

12:32 AM  

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