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Creation Station / Re: Delusion's Berserk fanart
« on: April 19, 2007, 05:22:21 AM »
I think they look awesome! The colors fit the mood of berserk alot better than the more popular brighter colors. Nice job! :badbone:

I was thinking mainly of simply creating my own berserk character(s) to use within mugen. I was thinking something like mimicing akuma from street fighter 3rd strike for a zodd character. some of the punches and kicks i think would work well. that would be one of the only characters i would think wouldnt have to be worked out entirely from scratch. unfortunately i dont think i have the time to make a berserk fighting game and im glad it hasnt been done because i dont think it would serve the series well. but as far as mugen goes i think it would be pretty cool and i dont see why not.

Creation Station / Re: Borgoff's art
« on: April 12, 2007, 10:29:59 PM »

I was thinking about doing something like this over the summer actually. I checked out some of the Mugen tutorials on youtube and I think it's doable. If not, whatever. I think it's worth a shot though.

Shootin' the Breeze / Re: Who likes metal music??
« on: November 01, 2006, 06:18:58 PM »
Metal owns. Berserk is fucking metal.  :zodd:

Bands: (no order)

Zyklon, I, Immortal, Throwdown, Lamb of God, Meshuggah, At the Gates, Satyricon, Mayhem, Nightrage, Children of Bodom, Dragonforce, Opeth, Aborted, 3 Inches of Blood, Black Dhalia Murder, Trivium, All That Remains, fucking Slayer, Arch Enemy, Cannibal Corpse, Cryptopsy, Dark Tranquility, Grimfist, The Haunted, Kreator, Mastodon, Motorhead, Nile...and many more. you get the idea. :badbone:

Creation Station / Re: Borgoff's art
« on: October 28, 2006, 03:32:30 AM »

Creation Station / Re: CnColors
« on: June 30, 2006, 02:59:30 AM »
Looks amazing. You know how to choose colors. What volume is that picture from? I don't remember it...?

Creation Station / Re: Borgoff's art
« on: June 26, 2006, 04:38:54 PM »
Don't know why, but everytime I try to ink or color my drawings they turn out sucky for some reason (not from lack of practice mind).  Ah well, guess I'll just have to stick to pencil.

Thanks Raziel. If you practise inking Berserk stuff I think it'll help alot. You could try printing off a picture on a low opacity and ink that, or draw it yourself for practise. For coloring, this is a pretty good tutorial I use.

Creation Station / Re: Borgoff's art
« on: June 25, 2006, 04:17:34 AM »
I'm afraid I might not be able to fix the arm/hand parts at this point, but the head should be no problem. I'll make it worth while. :zodd:

Creation Station / Re: Borgoff's art
« on: June 25, 2006, 04:09:50 AM »
i am impressed by all of you.

It's all done by the same person in this thread.

Creation Station / Inking...
« on: June 24, 2006, 11:30:45 PM »
Here's the ink phase. Head adjustments will come when I get it into photoshop. :zodd:

Creation Station / Current Project...
« on: June 23, 2006, 06:55:54 AM »
Here's what I'm working on right now. This is a horrible scan of the pencil stage of a Berserk wallpaper I'm doing. Like I've said before in this thread, My sketchbook is too big for my scanner so the light gets in and messes everything up. But you get the idea. :badbone:

Video Games / Re: Hardest video game you've ever played?
« on: June 23, 2006, 06:07:17 AM »
It's all about timing. That game pays off even more than current games when you learn the timing of everything in the levels. Makes you look like a total badass.

Couldn't have said it better myself. One of my favourite games of all time. I thought it was pretty tough the first time I played it but once you get the timing, like you said...destruction. Multiple times I've sat a played through the whole thing in one sitting just because it's that sweet to kick ass in that game.

Shootin' the Breeze / Re: Post Wacky Images
« on: June 20, 2006, 06:28:32 AM »

Creation Station / Re: BERSERK: THE MOVIE Posters
« on: June 20, 2006, 04:36:41 AM »

Character Cove / Re: The Moonlight Boy
« on: June 17, 2006, 03:25:24 AM »
it makes it unlikely that he created that panel of Guts fleeing on horse with Casca 4 years before with the one from volume 28 in mind. It would have to be the other way around for this reasoning to work.

You misunderstood...maybe I used the word afterthought in the wrong context, possibly. I think that Miura wanted to leave a clue...(the one you found.) and thought, "how can I do this?"...I believe he may have possibly decided to use a similar technique used in the panel I found to illustrate the clue. That's all. The fact that it's Guts or even if it was Bazuzo on the horse it doesn't matter. The panels are very similar, and it's the visual aspect Miura is trying to tune into.

About the panels looking alike though, there's a major difference: the scene you posted shows Guts and Casca going away, after the reader was shown large shots of their escape. They just become less visible as they disappear behind the horizon. The one with Zodd on the beach is quite different in this respect.

The panels do look alike. Anyone can look at them and see that. Obvisously what's actually going on in the story is going to be different if they are in separate volumes.
I don't see where there could be any discrepency because you can physically look right at it and see that all that panel does is re-enforce your theory that Zodd is behind the hill in vol. 28, which I agree with.

Anyhoo....back to the Moonchild... We can safely assume he is the offspring of Guts/Casca due to his appearance and Casca's reaction to him especially. His powers, to whatever extent they may be would be due to being the seed of a Godhand. The deformed one chose an evil form, perhaps this one chose a different form and wasn't tainted with evil. He's obviously come from a higher plane due to his entrance into the plot. Why does Zodd care to be there? Zodd cares alot about Griff these days, if the Moonchild really is their offspring Griffith probably wants something to do with him. I'll stop this here because I'm sure it'll get shot down pretty quick, but hopefully it'll add something worth discussing.

Site & Forum News / The Fate of
« on: June 16, 2006, 06:26:10 AM »
What will happen when Berserk is finally finished? Will get bland and wash away, or will it stay fresh, alive and youthful?

Character Cove / Re: The Moonlight Boy
« on: June 16, 2006, 06:14:46 AM »
Well, it wouldn't be impossible for him to improvise it into a script he's already written. In fact, that type of thing looks like something he came up with as an afterthought. I'm sure he has most of, if not the whole story already mapped out. I don't think it's impossible to assume he could've looked back on previous volumes if he didn't think to do it from the beginning. This isn't a big deal though. I thought it might be a neat tidbit for people to check out all the same. If we're going to fly off the handle thinking Griffith is like the holy trinity/werewolf I don't think it's too far fetched to say those panels look very much alike and are obviously in place to serve some purpose. :carcus: In this case I think it is to demonstrate how a future clue might work/appear. Thats all from me.  :guts:

Character Cove / Re: The Moonlight Boy
« on: June 16, 2006, 05:50:22 AM »
I was just pointing out that it was a very similar looking shot, and the same type of technique only this time, revealed what was behind the hill because there's no reason to really hide it. I think Miura may have put it there to train the reader's eye to notice that type of thing if Zodd really was the second gunman.

Character Cove / Re: The Moonlight Boy
« on: June 16, 2006, 05:40:28 AM »
I happened to come accross this tonight....volume 21, page 226-227.

Looks like Miura was prepping us for the little Zodd and go seek game in vol. 28 and we didn't even know it.  :guts:

Creation Station / Re: Proj's colors
« on: June 15, 2006, 04:23:36 PM »
I really like it. Definately captures the idea that Guts is in for something big. The fog effect works well for the background. I think Guts' armor would look better with stronger highlights, and crisper detail like CnC mentioned and also if you took the time to show the different colors reflecting off of the armor roughly the way it would on real metal. It's tough because it's mostly black in the manga, but would add alot to it and make Guts really stand out if you could pull it off. Nice stuff!! :zodd:

Speculation Nation / Re: Berserk on a motion picture?!?!?
« on: June 15, 2006, 03:07:32 PM »
I pray to the Idea that a Berserk motion picture isn't made. You could compare it to Alan Moore's Watchmen...the most accurate medium it should be experienced in is through the comic/manga. Nothing else will do it the justice it truly deserves. We've seen this with the anime. It works as a detailed commercial for the manga, but still falls a bit short. The last thing I want to see is a bunch of overdone CG and hollywood 'in crowd' actors butchering one of the best stories out there. If a motion picture has to be made...a high budget, in depth OVA series is the only thing worth it. Now, to contradict everything I've just said...Griffith's Dolf poster is amazing.  :zodd:

Character Cove / Re: The Moonlight Boy
« on: June 15, 2006, 02:22:10 PM »
Hey Aaz, I didn't mean to offend in any way by my comparison. I give your theory alot more credit than the SK one hands down. I was just being sarcastic.  :badbone: I totally agree the silhouette is Zodd, especially with that last picture you posted. The werewolf theory isn't working for me so much, but I do think it's pretty cool.  :guts: Like I said, I'm just gonna wait to see what happens with that one because at this point it's a little tough to say how exaclty the whole thing physically would work...not to discredit it...but solely on the fact that at this point we don't have a ton of facts. If you are 100% right though, I think it'd be amazing for the story and you would be the man. I was also wondering if possibly we may be leaving out some details on Zodd's involvment though...? Is he just a big lug who can't fit behind a hill while babysitting or do you think there's more to his involvment that could maybe even add a new dynamic to his character?

ps - I think Skully and Guts should go for coffee and catch up.

Character Cove / Re: The Moonlight Boy
« on: June 15, 2006, 06:10:53 AM »
I have to admit Aaz, when I first started reading this thread I wasn't going to bother with it. But after looking at that panel again, it does seem pretty obvious that, that is Zodd in the background. The cloud behind him is totally a framing device to make it more noticable. On the other hand though...alot of stuff discussed feels like a "what if Skullknight is Guts from the future?!!!!" theory that the child is Griffith. Obviously he is related to Griffith...literally. But although you raise fairly valid points, I'm gonna have to see to believe on this one. Amazing find though. No one reads Berserk like Aaz.  :miura: :zodd:

Creation Station / Re: For a buddy
« on: June 14, 2006, 02:49:50 AM »
How bout Guts vs. The Punisher + Batman?

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