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Abominable

Author Comments

my concept for the abominable god, similar to abby or the abominable goddess. Trying to develop this world of mine and really felt i had to do much better than with abby. 8 or 9 non stop hours of this...i'm more than happy with the outcome. Boy am i tired.

Frontpaged again, woo, go newgrounds!

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Dude, this is one of the most three dimensional looking characters I have ever seen! I simply have no idea how to compliment you on this. The eight hours were completely worth it! Well, you got frontpaged I guess. This reminds me of "Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom" one of my favorite films. Was this really not done with CGI?

I'm just impressed at how animalistic this guy looks. Even his hand looks like it's part of a spider. The background is fantastic too. It gives a wonderful realistic tone to it. I like to see the details of all his veins. I can see why this took so long. It's freaking awesome!



oh shnaps!!

his moth was open and everthang!! D:
suhweeeeet! :D
of course it was frontpaged! did you think we were idiots or something?


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AMAZING

OMG very good its AMAZING it has so much detail and texture



That's pretty cool.

This one grabbed at me more than your other pictures. His head sort of looks like it's stuck in a balloon, though. Texture there just looks sort of flat.


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WOW

Amazing.....


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656
Score
4.59 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 14, 2009 | 10:01 AM EST
Category
Illustration
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818 x 684 px
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119.9 kb
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