19.12.08 by Jeff

Takashi Okada

Incredible illustrations by Takashi Okada.

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • it’s da motha flippin’..it’s da motha flippin…. it’s the motha flippin ish right there…(excuse the stuttering)official mind bottling…

  • Anyone know what the medium is? if they’re using charcoal [assuming only based on how dark it appears] i swear to god it’s not possible someone can be that steady. that’s like god-hand style impressive.

    it could be graphite leveled on photoshop? i’m just guessing though.

  • yea its pencil and photoshop (says on the site)

  • that’s amazing!

    i thought it was all graphite.

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  • 瀧礲爖櫳

    这就是传统的中国龙
    用墨渲染的的效果很好!
    Good!

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  • Wow, this looks fantastic!

  • cris

    @_@

  • Skara

    all traditional mediums this guy uses….completely amazing work! I’m researching on this artist for my summer hol project





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