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Jun 18, 2011 | 7:52 PM EDT
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Illustration
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600 x 843 px
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apple
snake
cover
eve

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For the cover of the new issue of T3 Magazine (Polish edition)

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JCO2000JCO2000

Rated 4 / 5 stars

AAAAAARRRRRRRGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

no boobs



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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

"Its a classic.. "

The concept behind this is really Superb....
The art is so beautiful and so natural,,,,,,, that it looks 'REAL'
So I give my Thanks,,,, for such an art


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pingguo93pingguo93

Rated 5 / 5 stars

technology the forbidden fruit?

very creative. i like it!


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Odd1odd1odd1Odd1odd1odd1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hippe rage follows

I interpret this as an outcry to the takeover of our lives by the corporations. We've gone so far as to incorporate technology in a humorous way to almost anything. Who's to say these won't run our lives, dictate us new rules and guidelines? The devil's fruit is technology.

By the way, yes, it is ironic that this is typed with technology.


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TamagakureTamagakure

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A stunning revelation in a brilliant work of art..

Here I see as Lucifer tempts Eve to take the forbidden fruit of the tree...
...The fruit being Apple Iphones...

...They must certainly be evil if God forbade Adam and Eve from using them. >_<

And to any who don't get it, this is a joke. (Just like me!)

Being serious, this is a brilliant piece of work you've made here. The snake is drawn in a very convincing pose, as is the human, and both have life-like shading.
And on a sidenote; kudos on the woman. While she made be well-endowed, you've shaped the rest of her into a physique that carries it, tying together to make her look even more realistic. I am most impressed. (And curse that branch...)


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