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4.43 / 5.00

Date
04/02/2010
Category
Illustration
File Info
554 x 800 px
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353.4 kb
Tags
faces
ghosts
things
  • Frontpaged April 2, 2010

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Author Comments

Inspired by hash trees.

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supersonic2345supersonic2345

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jul 31, 2012

O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o O_o .................................................................................. im speechless


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ElRetardicoeElRetardicoe

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Aug 18, 2011

Wonderfull

This picture is pretty cool i cannot say anymore than this: this picture combines two of my favourite things a weird surrealistic monstrosity and a mystical entity merged into one undead being of awesome!
P.S. what kind of pencil were you using?



vultron-omegavultron-omega

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 15, 2011

the thing is....

that with matt rozack if he drawed a pile of elephant dung...
since hes so talened he makes it look like an angels droppings.
......... i wuv hees work



edgardo26edgardo26

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jul 6, 2010

i don't know...is...A FU*K** 10!!! xD

very cool



wam-bowam-bo

Rated 5 / 5 stars Apr 4, 2010

awesome!!

inspired by hash trees. . . . wtf is a hash tree?


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matt-likes-swords responds:

"In cryptography and computer science Hash trees or Merkle trees are a type of data structure which contains a tree of summary information about a larger piece of data - for instance a file - used to verify its contents. Hash trees are an extension of hash lists, which in turn are an extension of hashing. "