Expectation vs Reality

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Expectation vs Reality

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Engineering Course; Expectation vs reality


"Damn you Reality!" He yells to the heavens, shaking his fist vigorously.
"Oh well," he thinks, "At least like an Engineer, this guy puts effort into his work and does it well."

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arpajean responds:

awww, that's really sweet :3

The style and art is great in general, to the point where I can't make much criticism about it.
A few edges are rough but, eh.

...let us now hope you don't get sued by DELL by putting one of their laptops in your artwork.
I will be your lawyer if that does so happen. I have 50+ hours Phoenix Wright experience.

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arpajean responds:

Thank you so much :3

Gosh i really hope not, but if so, I shall be sure to contact you and we can kick their ass in court c:

atleast as an real engineer, you dont have to deal with scouts annoying you about dispensers ^^
nice artwork i like it ^^

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arpajean responds:

haha yeah, at least there's that!
And thank you :3

i like the clean look of your illustrations(even though the edges are a bit rough in full size, but what ever. who am i to judge. still struggling with the same ;P )
keep going you have a real nice drawing style (trust me i'm an engineer :D)

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arpajean responds:

thank you very very much :3
I usually go over the outlines with lineart, but i was just too lazy this time!
I'm still an engineer in training, so I shall trust you, as advised c:

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4.77 / 5.00

Nov 9, 2013 | 10:05 AM EST
File Info
3500 x 2000 px
1.8 mb

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