Original watercolor inspired by a pivotal scene in the 1984 film Macross: Do You Remember Love?, brings more depth to an unknown, unnamed, and rarely mentioned Super VF-1A, whose pilot sacrifices themselves to protect Minmay and Hikaru.
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Moaramia Jenius gets ready to scramble into action in her custom paint scheme Variable Glaug in the hangar of the Algenicus, while's Max's VF-14 and Milia's VF-9 are also being prepped for launch. Inspired by the intro animation from the Macross M3 video game.
A digital illustration of the MSN-04S Sazabi and it's pilot, Char Aznable, as seen in the Gundam: Char's Counterattack. This version is in grey tones, as it would appear on the pages of a manga/comic book.
The MSN-06S Sinanju ready for battle, along with it's pilot, Full Frontal (yes, that's his name). "VerManga" converts the color version into a toned black and white version, as it would appear on the pages of a manga/comic book.
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The tragic character Marida Cruz and her NZ-666 Kshatriya, from Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn. This VerManga (version manga) process the colors into tone dots and then converts to black and white so the image appears as it would on the pages of a comic book.
Another super-deformed/chibi (ie- "cute") version of an obscure design. This time the Armored GERWALK which, to my knowledge, exists as a single sketch and never officially appeared in any anime, manga, or otherwise. The "GERWALK" mode is when the VF is between plane and battroid mode, it's legs and, usually, arms are out, but still retains the fuselage of fighter mode.
Enjoy the "Welcome to the Circus" watercolor painting of Hikaru Ichijo's VF-1S Strike Valkyrie unleashing an Itano Circus of missiles, as seen in the final battle scene of the 1984 animated classic "Macross: Do You Remember Love?".
The discerning fan will also spot two oddball missiles, both of which DO appear as single-frame easter eggs in the aforementioned animated sequence.
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Print of a commissioned image: Char Aznable and his MSN-04 Sazabi, done in watercolor and ink pen.
Note- due to the original design, some parts of this image may appear to be cut off. This is intentional.
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