by Jonkin

Jonkin about..

DeeJay and his Entry

For this particular pic, I wanted to show Dee Jay performing one of his signature moves. My personal favorite was the Double Dread Kick, better as the Double Rolling Sobat.

I wanted it to look like he was in the middle of doing the move so I added a gradient background, choosing orange and yellow for his primary and second color to his original outfit in Super Street Fighter 4.

The orange & yellow also are vibrant colors which I felt suits Dee Jay’s personality. His trademark grin is for me the most important part of this pic and the linchpin for the character in general.


by Dourdan

Dourdan about…

Dee Jay my Entry
Based on extercise celebrity Billy Blanks, DeeJay is all about fun, music and fame. In all the games he seems to care more about the international feel of the competition, then actual “world domination.” (which makes his appearance in the live action movie, very odd.) Based on his SF2 costume and stage (minus the background dancers.) I also tried to base his face on Miguel A Nunez jr (Dee Jay in the live action movie) as if to say ‘this is what he shoudl have looked like'(instead of the foot solider they made him in to.)


  Dee Jay, the kick-boxer, beat loving and skilled break-dancer first appeared in Super Street Fighter II.

He is kind-spirited and a fighter who fights for fun, not harm.

Other games Dee Jay has showcased in are Alpha 3, Street Fighter the Movie, Street Fighter IV, Super SFIV, and Arcade Edition.

The Character design for Dee Jay was actually influenced by Billy Blanks, a kick boxer, and the movie “The King of Kick Boxers”. 






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