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Ace Pilot-Episode One

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Here is a promotional poster for a fantastic upcoming flash game being developed by a friend of mine. Meet Ace, the galaxy's biggest douchebag pilot. He will combat the mighty Kim Jong Krill and rescue the beautiful Sheryl. I went for a somewhat old fashioned pulpy serial poster. Go give Hans your best and get excited for this awesome new game from the guy who brought you Awesome's Creed. More info here: almightyhans.newgrounds.c om

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great!

looks good. the beard seems a bit out of place though.



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I'm fluent in Moronish, so please allow me to translate for the person below me.

"Bitch in the back looks gooder than a motherfucker, don't it boy?"

Anyway, awesome artwork. Is this a poster or coverwork for something else you're working on?


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Yuh

Bih in tha back look gooda danna muh fucka, doe ain't boe?


arvalis responds:

any way i read that, it makes no sense


Love the monocle.

He looks like Deep Roy. And that makes me happy.



han solo and princess leia

I knew that the poses and set up seemed very familiar. You must have a big influence from Star Wars. If you look up any of the pictures of han solo he is in a very close pose, and princess leia looks alot like the girl you drew here. I can even see the influence in the picture as a whole if you look at the old star wars covers. Nice work over all, you are well on your way if you keep heading this direction. I still think that the concept of the alien (villain) still needs some working out. He looks to nice I think :)


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