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3.15 / 5.00

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Oct 24, 2009 | 11:17 PM EDT
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Author Comments

This is the transformation of Flint.
On command he turns from cute, intelligent and cool
to Beastly, fast and really cool!
His eyes although still mesmerizing have a certain fierceness to it.
His speed is matched only by a cheetah
He is slightly taller than a horse
and he can breath fire like a dragon if needed.
He loves running and riding me places

The coolest thing about this large beastly friend is that he can sprint across the land through forest and highways to the movies(he can hold up to two people) and once I'm there he can morph back into something so small he can fit in my hood and enjoy a movie with me.

I would have so much fun with Flint.

This was a picture for the Perfect pet NG art contest.

Reviews


Food123Food123

Rated 5 / 5 stars

How cute

I got to point out that this art is very nice. the pet is cute


beastkid7 responds:

U should see the other one, thanx tho :P


d1ckyld1ckyl

Rated 4 / 5 stars

i do not agree

I do not agree with the comment above, the style you use to accent the hair can not be done by an 8 year old ;), or at least i think so
nice


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beastkid7 responds:

Thanx alot. Its not my best work.


tigericotigerico

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good, but unoriginal

The title says it all. Oh, and F1R5T! But really, it's a good drawing, it's just something you could see that kid in 8th grade who eats his boogers drawing.


beastkid7 responds:

Thanx ...I guess. I draw better than that ...really I do its just it was my first time using photoshop and I was lost as to how to convey my drawing.