I've always wondered about the relationship Vegeta had with his father, before he died. And, of course, like most other fans, wondered why he was still a prince when he should now be a king. I just always figured it was cause the Saiyans were extinct, there was no need for it. However, recently I found a vid that listed a bunch of "interesting things we never knew about Dragon Ball Z". One of them said that Vegeta never took on the title of "King" out of respect for his father. So, of course, the curiosity was sparked up again. With the rekindled love for the Dragon Ball series, I started watching through the series again. Currently on Namek, and Vegeta is goin on and on bout the Super Saiyans, so I wanted to make something cute. King Vegeta telling his son about the Legendary Super Saiyan. I'm sure the title wouldn't be in English, but unfortunately, I don't know the Saiyan alphabet.
It's terrible for an artist to say, but it's been a while since I've just sat down and drawn. Of course, I've been drawing, but they've just been little side projects I've set for myself. It feels good to just sit down with my sketch book and just draw whatever I feel like, without any real rhyme, reason, or even duty to it. As yu can clearly see, somehow DBZ has brought this back out in me. It's strange because I used to always have so many problems drawing in DBZ style, due to the simplicity of the designs. Go Figure.
(c) Akira Toriyama