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Name Rebeca Puebla
Age N/A
Born Spain
Email rebecapuebla@hotmail.com
Homepage rebecapuebla.blogspot.com

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Re: Rebeca Puebla
By Digiman on Jan 11, 2008 06:01 AM
Re: Rebeca Puebla
By dario de gregorio on Oct 15, 2007 12:51 PM
ciao rebeca puebla,
sono il rapresentate di una societÓ editrice italiana, che sta progettando un gioco di carte da combattimaneto, e saremmo interesati a sapere se saresti interessata ad collaborare al nostro progetto. il nostro game si ambienda nella cina dell'800 con guarrieri e geuerriere ninja puoi metterti in ocntatto con noi, io sono dario de gregorio
il mio telefono Ŕ 0039 0812525091 grazie. Ŕ un offerta di lavoro
Re: Rebeca Puebla
By rebeca on May 16, 2007 02:47 PM
i love this because its not only beautiful its my name rebeca
Re: Rebeca Puebla
By sicane on May 03, 2007 07:55 AM
bring the rest of the piece up to the quality of the hands/forearms.
Re: Rebeca Puebla
By dr_babosa (arg) on Jan 04, 2007 05:36 PM
me la chupa de arriba a abajo el realismo. tu trabajo tiene exprecion y eso es lo que separa a un artista de un renderista.
Re: Rebeca Puebla
By bryan white on Dec 18, 2006 06:10 PM
this is kinda funny, but her cleavage starts too far down on her chest.
Re: Rebeca Puebla
By Diceman on Oct 20, 2006 09:16 PM
nice work, but...
tattoo is too colorfull.
also katana is upside down (if i'm not mistaken)
Re: Rebeca Puebla
By Avaldemon on Jul 29, 2006 09:25 PM
The face, and the armor do not look realistic at all, but what I fell in love are, or rather is, the hand. It came out beautifully. I've never seen more realistic hands. Good job!
Re: Rebeca Puebla
By on Jun 20, 2006 02:38 PM
This girl is beautifull, but she does not look asian :(
Re: Rebeca Puebla
By Amity on May 23, 2006 12:19 AM
This is very nice, I mean yeah, the armor is a tad unrealistic and the swords upside down, but meh, it is artistic and doesn't have to directly represent reality, just what the artist wants, and of course what others get out of it. I personally think it is somewhat calming, whith a knowledge of what is to come.

I also really like the way the bottom flows out some at the bottom. Very nice and detailed ^_^.

((And ViRoy, KIAI reffers more to the strength the put forth with the strike, not the general strength. At least that is what it is for Iaido. Also more people would understand if you said edge as opposed to saying "HA".

On top of that samurai were just as much artists as they were warriors. Even swordsmanship was an art for them, everything they did was supposed to have a determined yet graceful apperance.

Also, Samurai clothing wasn't made out of thin and heavily startched silk. Yes they had pieces made of silk, but battle gear wasn't typpically, I have no clue where you got some of your ideas from, but I would suggest reading some books about them instead of reading comics.))
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