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1508 No. 1508 [Edit]
I'm in a bit of a mental bind guys. I'm trying to get into drawing again, and there are certain styles that I have always loved and would like to emulate. It's a very fleeting charm that seems to seep from late 90's animation. Not exactly something you'd see in 80's animation and art, but not what we see today either. I'm even having trouble trying to find images of what I'm thinking. This makes it very difficult to go out and find something to practice drawing so I can learn.
Anyone else ever go through something like this?

This image of Rider sort of has that "feel" so to speak, but not exactly. Gonna keep on looking through series I've watched/read to find more examples in hopes you guys can provide me some insight on this as well.

Post edited on 17th Sep 2011, 1:39pm
>> No. 1509 [Edit]
not gonna get any responses if it doesn't show up on the front page.
>> No. 1510 [Edit]
I have never had anything like that.
>> No. 1511 [Edit]
>>1509
you responded
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