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Ninja Kirby and Samurai Kirby362 viewsI did this for my friend, Patrick Debarladen. 3 commentsshadowkirby21
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Samurai Meta Knight623 viewsMeta Knight - Samurai Kirby Version
....well, I tried D:

Meta Knight (c) Nintendo
Fanart by Akay Akamay
9 commentsAkamay
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DOESN'T ANYONE--1009 viewsDone in commemoration of my 1,000 submission (deviations + scraps) on deviantArt! ^_^ And I reached it before my second deviantAnniversary! woot!6 commentsRWMVG1DC
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Dedede Daimyo4895 viewsKing Dedede as he appears in the Samurai Kirby minigame, from Super Star and NiDL. Here, he is shown wearing traditional Japanese garb including a blue kimono-hakama pair, a red robe-like haori jacket with puffy tie in the center, tabi socks with zori sandles, and chonmage hairstyle on his hat. Also holding a kine- rice pounding mallet. Drawn in pencil, colored in coloerd pencil, inked in fine-tip permanent marker.3 commentsDedede-Daimyo
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Not Quick Enough3208 viewsKing Dedede defeating Kirby in the Samurai Kirby minigame, "Quick Draw" of Nightmare in Dreamland. I always preferred this minigame over others and the original Quick Draw because all the characters are portrayed in traditional Japanese clothing, in a reflex-testing adrenallin rush! Drawn in pencil, colored in colored pencil, inked in painted black ink.3 commentsDedede-Daimyo
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Dedede-Daimyo of Kirby's Rainbow Resort6108 viewsYoOOHSSsh! <strikes a mie pose> I am back with another Kirby artwork for KRR and all Kirby lovers! I believe it is due time for my righfull introduction, as many of my pics have been viewed the most of any in the entire gallery! I have studied art professionally for many of my 19 years. I am absorbed in all things Asian related, and style my life as such. My art is all hand-drawn and this one in particular combines all Asian elements of many Kirby games! I am here to show you all! My name, Dedede-Daimyo!13 commentsDedede-Daimyo
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The Return of Daimyo2832 viewsI have returned (briefly) with 2 artworks that display my prowess in traditional watercolor and ink painting. If youall like this medium better, I might switch to it in upcoming pictures. Anyway, the purpose of this is to promote my infamous "Kirby Super Star Ultra Emaki", which is a long (100") Japanese picture-scroll, debuting at the end of the year. This Dedede appears in the Samurai Kirby section near the end of the scroll; the whole thing features all 16 subgames in KSSU. Anticipate the greatness...8 commentsDedede-Daimyo
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Dedede-Daimyo presents: Samurai Kirby!5931 viewsThe New Year 2009 is upon us, my friends! As I have promised, I have returned with Macro-functioning camera in hand, able to display my extentuous hand-crafted collection of Kirby artworks in all their glory! Throughout 2009, I will update this album (3D Daimyo Dojo!) EVERY WEEKDAY, just like Sakurai's famous blog this past year! For all future reference, these sculptures are made from Super Sculpey polymer clay and colored in acrylic paint. Join me, KRR and 3D fans, for an astounding New Year!!!7 commentsDedede-Daimyo
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Dedede-Daimyo 3D2143 viewsThis is my first uploaded non-traditional/ computer-made artwork! Made with the 3D modeling program, Milkshape 3D- used to design the fangame, Kirby Cosmic Chaos. The program is free to try, if anyone is interested. The character who is totally taken from the Samurai Kirby minigame, Dedede-Daimyo is my stand-in for online stuffs. His robe-trim is reminiscent of the curtain of the Kabooki theater. His mallot, a kine, is used for pounding rice. Another of my artworks adornes his back.10 commentsDedede-Daimyo
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Way of the Warrior1037 viewsDrawn at the Ashika no Hobii Japanese oekaki again. Haven't practiced oekaki in a while. Dun like how this one came out much, it's probably just because of how poorly the coloring turned out (and the fact that one of his eyebrows is slightly bigger than the other >_>), but in any case it's okay.

Happy Easter, by the way!
5 commentsAnimeKittyCafe
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Samurai Kirby341 viewsI was going for the "Painted" look with samurai Kirby
and the Japanese characters on the sides say Samurai in Japanese.
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Kabuki Kirby and Co.3661 viewsIt was inevitable~... Who other than I would produce such an impressive work pertaining to the brand-new Kirby of Kabuki ability? Wha-hohoho-no-hoi! Daimyo returns to the Gallery after a well-deserved rest from the 10 Year Anniversary Party-Pic (which is STILL on the front page, thanks!); I plan now to resume submissions of 2-and-3-D artwork on a steady basis. Here-and-now, we see the special, Hoshi no Kaabii 3-D mini-episode, “Take it Down; Demon Beast Ebizou”, (if you haven't seen or heard about it, go to it!) which debuts a new Kirby ability, known as “Kabuki”. Kabuki is a form of traditional Japanese theater, dating back over 400 years; stories center around historical drama, action, and myth; actors are highly stylized, their actions are expressive and exaggerated, and it all has a very distinct appearance that has withstood the test of time. When Kirby acquires the ability, he first appears to take the form of an actual costumed actor- specifically a Yamabushi (mountain-monk). He goes through the classic Mie-poses and Aragoto-movements common to the art, which all turns out to be 'just an act' to distract the enemy. Kirby ultimately attacks by a “Stare of Death”~ launching a blast from his forehead, the enemy is left paralyzed. He finalizes by obliterating the enemy with a long Bo-staff.
Accompanying the picture is the cast of 'Samurai Kirby' and others. I might as well say, that throughout next year, I plan on drawing a traditional manga (or doujinshi) based on the concept and world of this minigame. It will surely be my greatest work~ but a whole lot'a work! As the year closes, I will try to get done with the “Essence of” series of 2D artworks, and paint my final KSSU figure set. And maybe another mailbag. Gotta 'nother Emaki to finish too, shimatta... Also plan to submit a few stories to 'Snaff's new “Pic Fic” brain-child, in due time. This is all just a reminder to myself, for future reference, and a foreshadowing for others. Oh yea, the media used in picture as follows: Outlined in India Ink, Figures colored in Colored Pencil, Background colored in Felt-tip Marker. So, until next time, Bye-cha!
13 commentsDedede-Daimyo
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