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I hear a Boomer over there!..

This was for the Metropolis Disaster Art Collab that looks like has actually been "Left 4 Dead"

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BOOMER!!!

If you shoot that boomer the explosion will probably be like a atomic bomb. But anyway good job keep it up

awesome

I wish I had purple puke :'C

lol

is that supposed to be the boomber from left 4 dead?

AwesomeSaurus responds:

Boomer it is indeed!

that is 1337

it's gut wrenchingly disgusting and very funny

AwesomeSaurus responds:

Thanks!

Awesome

Very cool man, captures the disgusting essence of the Boomer perfectly. Although I don't remember them being quite so big! ;)

I just noticed that the amount of detail drops from the waist down! Everything from the crotch up has a funky texture on it. Or maybe I'm not looking at it right. Oh wait. He's wearing trousers. :P
I assumed he was naked for some reason!

Anyway! Great job!

AwesomeSaurus responds:

Thank you thank you for the kind words! Hes huge because it was for the "Metropolis Disaster" art forum collab, which never seemed to get finished and is now in the depths of the forum :(

But yeah the pants are weak-sauce, i didn't give them any texture, but I guess I got away with it a little bit since the focus is the grossness and the puke :p

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