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Mixed Nuts-Mayu Morikawa-Character Sketch-Unfinish

Mixed Nuts-Mayu Morikawa-Character Sketch-Unfinish

Mixed Nuts-Mayu Morikawa-Character Sketch-Unfinish by LizzardQueeng
Mixed Nuts-Mayu Morikawa-Character Sketch-Unfinish by LizzardQueeng


Ooooookkkaaaayyy.... Mayu again -___-' I updated her a little bit. I don't know why I wasted time mildly CGing this, when it's clearly unfinished, or why I sumbitted this, but we'll pretend to ignore that XD. <br />
I probably delete this as soon as the finished version is done^^ and she'll have arms O_O the lines'll be cleaner, too. See the "Back-view" Mayu? You can see the preliminary ovals *-*. The Hiragana on the left simply says her name (Mayu Morikawa, Hiragana rocks O_Olol)^^<br />
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C & C are appreciated.<br />
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Sketch; Ain't gonna lie, I have no idea<br />
CG;30 min. (real quick, messin' around)

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kikyo17 on October 10, 2005, 1:11:33 AM

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kikyo17nICE PIC.!

LizzardQueeng on August 2, 2005, 1:26:56 PM

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LizzardQueengYep, those “funny symbols” are Hiragana; it’s a 48-syllable alphabet, also known as “Women’s Script” or “Women’s Handwriting”. There’s also a men’s one too, it’s called Katakana, 48-syllable alphabet as well. Modern Nihongo (Japanese) consists Kana (Hiragana + Katakana *for short*) and Kanji (Chinese symbols adapted to Nihon *Japan*) However, Kanji is very hard, there are approximately 5,000 through 10,000 Chinese characters, or kanji, are used in written Japanese. In 1981 in an effort to make it easier to read and write Japanese, the Japanese government introduced the “Joyo Kanji Hyo” (List of Chinese Characters for General Use), which includes 1,945 regular characters, plus 166 special characters used only for people's names. I’m learning Kanji bit by bit, but currently I prefer Hiragana, because it’s elegant and easy^^ WOMEN’S HAND DOTH BE THE SPIFF

I’m a dictionary/encyclopidia on legs O_O
Hope this was educational.

SoaringKitty on August 2, 2005, 9:45:34 AM

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SoaringKittyHehe. This is awesome. I like the funny symbols.