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A way out


Haven't updated on here for quite some time now! Here's a little something to keep you going. See you around!

- Daniel

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Daniel, please come back this is absolutely breathtaking. It's almost like we are looking for a way out of this predicament. The detail to the lighted pathway alone is so visually stunning. Many artists think that when it's dark, details matter less. You, on the other hand, went above and beyond with the details, this picture feels so real and ominous.
I encourage viewers of this piece to stop, stare, and think up a story an ending to this picture. This deserves to become a "Newgrounds Classic". I hope to see more from you!

5/5 alien dick doesn't sound half bad.

Acrylla responds:

Thank you so much! Makes me super happy to hear people taking such a liking to the work I do, really keeps the motivation flowing.

Woah spooky, my room feels a few degrees cooler. Great work

Acrylla responds:

Don't forget to bring a jacket... And flashlight ;)

some would guess this scene would be from some alien movie

Acrylla responds:

Would've been glad to work on that! Thanks

Very mysterious. the composition works really well

Acrylla responds:

Thank you!

Credits & Info

4.57 / 5.00

Jun 14, 2018
6:56 PM EDT
File Info
5000 x 2463 px
4.8 MB

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