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#1 Jan 30 2017 at 4:18 PM Rating: Default
Hello friends, it is a pleasure to participate in the forum, I am a designer, student and fan of the forum, I would like to present, if possible, my speed -art drawing of DragonBall Z, a drawing done by me in pencil and paper recently.
Referring to the saga of Cell, and reproducing an early scene of the old game of Super Nintendo: Dragon Ball Z 2 Super Butoden.
I hope you enjoy it, evaluate it and if you would like to present your own design for us to evaluate
Thank you.
Https://youtu.be/P-qTIJ1mla4


#2 Feb 09 2017 at 4:41 PM Rating: Good
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My topic now.

I recently discovered the Dragonball Z Abridged series on YouTube. As a kid who watched these religiously in middle school, it's a nice bit of nostalgia and absurdity, and a **** of a lot faster than watching the actual episodes with all the "here's needless exposition and dudes charging up attacks while their opponent stands around grimacing."
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#3 Feb 09 2017 at 8:03 PM Rating: Good
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Dude, you should skip ahead to the pre-Cell games filler shorts they've been putting out recently. Definitely their A material.
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#4 Feb 10 2017 at 9:17 AM Rating: Good
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I'm going with the Freeza Saga as teamfourstar's A material. Especially the Vegeta scenes.

Since we're here anyway, I've been watching Dragonball Super recently. Not too shabby. More Dragonball than Z, and best of all much like the rest of the world completely ignores GT.

Edited, Feb 10th 2017 1:17pm by lolgaxe
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