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Sonic chillin at Mushroom Hill

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Jul 5, 2014 | 8:50 PM EDT
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PsychopathPsychopath

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Wow, it's literally the same shit as before on your FarahProductions account only you reshaped the stage content so that the content to the left field disappeared. The resolution is still shitty and almost nothing in the artwork has changed so here we go.

I like how Sonic is clearly meant to be laying against the mushroom's stem but he's positioned in such a way that implies he's laying on the ground. Shouldn't the mushroom be casting a shadow over him to some degree since he's clearly using it for shade?

I love how shitty the main mushroom is too, it has the least competent amount of work put into it, it looks more like a flap on a pole than an actual mushroom and the polka dot pattern is nonsensical, non of the red circles on it are curved to match the shape of the mushroom head and the ones at the top even protrude off the top, like they're stickers peeling back or some shit.

This is probably you're least impressive yet simultaneously most competent piece to date. The composition is still nonsensical, of course, you're still using traced artwork, you're still using duplicated art assets that you had to resize to fit the frame but it doesn't make me want to vomit out my brain like the other uploads do.

The trees in the background, however, are just as incompetent as ever; they're pillars with a pattern of leaves pasted on top.