Shrink High Fan Art Project Picture 01 - Izumi and Narue in the shrunken city
Narue after going into a room, she finds a tiny "scale model town", and after a while, a girl comes into the room:Girl:
Ara? Who are you and what are you doing here? Narue:
Ack, eer... my name is Narue, and I'm looking for my friend Chijinda, have you seen him?Girl:
I don't recall any student with that name, but maybe, since you are here, you can help me with a little task Narue:
What is it? I would gladly lend you my help, but... may I know who are you?Izumi:
My name is Izumi and I'm part of the Advanced Science Society Club of this school. Right now I gotta collect some "toys" that are here in this "model city", may you pick up some vehicles please?Narue:
Both of them goes into the tiny city and Narue goes hyped by the amazing quality of the models, it's like they were actually real vehicles and buildings being shrunk, marvelling at their tiny details... even the streets cracked due to their weight, releasing big crunch sounds like they were in a real city but being giants. Meanwhile, Izumi continued secretly with her mission of collecting test subjects for the Society with the aid of her naive partner who haven't realized it's a real shrunken town.
First picture of a fan art series I planned months ago for the fan made J-RPG game called "Shrink High". It's an exciting game, full of anime-related easter eggs, challenging hard gameplay and related with giant girls themes. If you haven't played this game, it's about you taking the role of a detective who goes to investigate a strange case of the disappearance of most of the male students in a school.
While you explore the campus you find out many mysterious things that are out of place for a normal high school, like secret passages, underground tunnels and facilities.
If you want more info. you can send me a note for not spoil the neat story of it for the rest of the people. ^^
Download for full view of all the details :3c
10+ hrsTools used:
Drawing paper, mechanical pencil 0.5 and 0.9 mm, ink pen, eraser pen, Paint Tool SAI, and lots of patience.
Narue (c) Manzi/SS
Izumi and art (c) Me